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**Physics say no, but the maths says yes!**

We are all made up of atoms and atom decays. In our own body, there are 5000 atom decay occurs in just 1 sec.

** Remember**, highschool maths chapter probability. Scientists says, atom stays in state of decaying and not decaying at same time. Thus, if it'll not decay here it'll decay in some other unknown space, called parallel universe, cause it has equal probability to decay or not.

But Physics don't allow to think becuase of our space fabric reality, unless there'll be infinite universe created at a single second!

*Maths has power to assume any thing, LOL!*

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While a perfectly flat universe would extend out to __infinity __ , a flat universe with a multiply-connected topology would have finite size. If we could somehow determine whether one or more dimensions are wrapped in on themselves, then we would know that the universe is finite in that dimension. We could then use those observations to measure the total volume of the universe.

But how would a multiply-connected universe reveal itself?

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