Multiverse beckons hospitability to life according to a new research. Modern cosmology poses questions like do other universes exist as a part of larger multiverse and could it nurture life. Now new research led by Durham University, UK, and Australia’s University of Sydney, Western Sydney University and the University of Western Australia has portrayed that life could possibly be habitual throughout the multiverse. The answer lies in the dark energy and enigmatic force that is expediting the expansion of the universe.

Scientists say that present theories of the genesis of the universe foretell a lot of dark energy in our universe than seems to be. Appending massive amounts would lead to such a speedy growth that it would lessen the matter before any stars, planets or life could form.

The Multiverse theory, introduced in the 1980s, can elucidate the fortunately small quantity of dark energy in our universe because of which life could thrive among many universes that could not. Utilizing massive computer simulations of the cosmos, the recent research has discovered that appending dark energy up to a few hundred times the amount observed in our Universe, would actually possess an unpretentious influence upon star and planet formation.

This opens the doors to the likelihood that life could be feasible throughout an extensive range of other universes, if they thrived the researchers said. The simulations were processed under the EAGLE (Evolution and Assembly of Galaxies and their Environments) project, one of the most pragmatic simulations of the observed Universe.