New discoveries can now provide information about a parallel universe. Victor Galitsky, a member of the Joint Quantum Institute and doctoral student Alireza Parhizkar has been searching for a mathematical model that could cast a new perspective on our reality.
Carbon modifications as a possible signal of a parallel universe
In the study, published in the journal Physical Research Review, they examined two graphene diodes, that is, modifications made of carbon, and made an interesting discovery. The researchers stumbled upon this new perspective while studying graphene sheets — individual atomic layers of carbon composed of a repeating hexagonal pattern, according to a press release. Visually, the charts resemble individual universes. In addition, the interactions that arise between individual graph stacks can be transferred to other layers – for example to parallel universes.
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