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Will It Be Aslan or Cthulhu? Multi-Verses Being Confirmed!

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Will It Be Aslan or Cthulhu? Multi-Verses Being Confirmed!At The Seen and The Unseen, we’re fascinated by the idea of other universes and other worlds. Many paranormal theories and explanations consider the possibility of other worlds as an assumption. It seems as if science is starting to catch up with the storytellers and ghost hunters.

Last week the Daily Mail (cool color pictures included!) reported that scientists announced their first “hard evidence” of other universes. The evidence is based on some startling findings from the Planck spacecraft.

The scientists mapped out the cosmic radiation in the universe. As they did, they found “cold spots” in the radiation, which many theoretical physicists believe would be there if other universes existed. The reason? The gravitational pull of these other worlds would pull away heat from our own universe.

Those cold spots have been found in the cosmic radiation map from the current study.

Dr. Mersini-Houghton, theoretical physicist at University of North Carolina, states, “These anomalies were caused by other universes pulling on our universe as it formed during the Big Bang. They are the first hard evidence for the existence of other universes that we have seen.

So the question really is… will Aslan emerge from these universes? Or will the “Old Ones” led by Cthulhu and his tentacled madness come to makes us his cosmic slaves?

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  • Shambling_in_Bandages

    The Daily Mail is not a newspaper. It’s the rag that spearheaded the video nasty witch hunts in the 1980s. It’s nothing more than right-wing paranoia and indignation in print form.

    • Jonathan Ryan

      Shambling,

      So, the Multi-verse is part of the vast Right Wing Conspiracy?

      • Shambling_in_Bandages

        There’s nothing “vast” about the out-of-touch right-wing views held in the UK by an ever-dwindling bunch of Last Days of the Proms toffs and censor-happy nutters. Right-wing views are largely seen as a joke in the UK. People only vote – and think – right-wing when they’re scared into it against their better natures.

        No one mentioned a conspiracy of any kind until you brought it up. I guess that sort of thing is all in your mind.

        • Jonathan Ryan

          Dude, its a joke. In case you haven’t noticed, Seen and the Unseen is largely tongue in cheek. I couldn’t care less whether the Daily Mail is a right wing rag or not.

          Besides, the science discussed in the article is solid and not really a political point at all. I couldn’t figure out why you needed to make the point about the Daily Mail. Was really irrelevant to the article and the fun we had with it.