Gap Fill - The Multiverse - Level 2


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The world- cosmologist Stephen Hawking published an paper two weeks before he died on March 14, aged 76. He published his final called "A Smooth Exit from Eternal Inflation". He explained ideas. The first was humans might be able to find multiverses. These are universes that were made at the time as our universe, after the Big Bang. The theory is about how our universe will end, when the stars run out of . Scientists say his paper could be his most important , and that he could have won a Nobel Prize for it.

Hawking explained his theory called inflation. This is when our universe was made from a point in space into the billions of we have today. Hawking suggested there were big bangs and each of them made its universe. He called this of universes a multiverse. Hawking believed scientists could find the multiverse by using sensors on space ships. A of cosmology said: "These offer the breathtaking prospect of finding ...of other universes." Hawking is also famous for his -selling book "A Brief History of Time".

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