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A physicist has proposed that there might be different versions of us on different universes. Scientists are still trying to figure out how this could happen, but the theory is intriguing because it could explain why some people seem to be predestined for great success while others struggle.

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Question: Are there different versions of us on different universes

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? It is possible that there are different versions of us living in different universes, although this is not known for sure. The concept is based on the idea of a multiverse, which states that there are infinitely many alternate universes, each one with its own set of physical laws and its own version of reality. If this is true, then theoretically, it is possible that there could be many versions of each of us living in these alternate universes.

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Jan. 23, 2023, 1:36 a.m.

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Published: Monday, January 23, 2023

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