Traditionally, there weren’t many models of the universe in astrology and cosmology. That is, there is just one universe with a beginning and potentially an end.
Models of the Universe
According to the linear model of the universe, the Big Bang marks the beginning of everything, including space, time, and the physical principles that govern both matter and energy.
If what you are saying is accurate, then there is only one universe, and it contains everything that exists. However, there are conflicts in the linear model, and it does not address all of our issues. Because of this, several alternative models of the universe have been proposed.
The cyclic model of the universe that Einstein proposed was developed by him. According to the cyclic model of the universe, the universe undergoes a cycle of birth and death an unlimited number of times.
There is not just one universe, but rather an unlimited number of them. Every universe is a continuous cycle that begins and ends with a Big Bang.
Because the universe is always expanding and contracting, we may say that it began with a Big Bang and will end with another one. When one universe comes to an end, a new one is born in its place.
Bran Universe or Membranes
The cyclical model is one of the models of the universe that is suggested by string theory and is referred to as the “Bran Universe.” Every universe may be thought of as a brane or a membrane when seen through the lens of this concept.
There might be an endless number of branes. The branes tremble and occasionally come into contact with one another. When two branes collide, a second Big Bang takes place, which results in the birth of a new universe.
One of the most mysterious models of the universe is the model of parallel universes. There are numerous universes that coexist at the same time. However, despite the fact that they exist at the same time, they are not connected in any way, and it is not possible to go from one to the other.
Due to the fact that their physical principles are distinct from one another, only certain of them can support life. The bubble universe and the multiverse are the two models of parallel universes that are the most well-known.
New worlds are created from existing universes, creating what are known as “bubble universes.” A new universe has the potential to come into existence at any point in time and in any part of the cosmos.
There occurs an inflation of space that is comparable to the one that produced our world, and a new universe begins to form inside of another universe.
The probabilistic rules of quantum physics inevitably lead to the formation of the multiverse. According to this theory, if time is endless, then all possibilities will, in the end, be realized. In a parallel universe, every possible outcome has already occurred.
Therefore, there exist parallel worlds in which one’s self is the exact same, as well as parallel universes in which one’s self is entirely different. This is a challenging concept to understand.