The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Humans Are Free
Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku has initiated the conversation as to why other universes in the multiverse could have many more dimensions, and has spoken out on the multiverse having 11 dimensions.
Though merely theory, as has yet to be proven, it is an interesting one to reflect on nonetheless.
What exactly IS the multiverse?
The multiverse is the hypothetical set of possible universes, including the universe which we live in.
If we were, hypothetically, a mere fragment of a multitude of universes in which many dimensions existed, what does that say about our present perception of reality?
How can we go about looking at this deeper and further understanding what this could mean for us as humans, a collective and our planet?
Michio Kaku states:
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