As Big Bang Gets Downgraded To A Bang, The First Scientific Proof Of The Multiverse Claimed

A Bosnian theoretical physicist Mensur Omerbashich PhD claims precedence in proving the Multiverse.

After the 18 March, 2014, release of the first successful and highly reliable verification of the (Linde) Inflation cosmological theory, HM King of Bosnia and All of Illyria (titular) Mensur Omerbashich (PhD theoretical geophysics, UNB Canada, 2003) has made the precedence claim for scientific confirmation of the Multiverse - the core requirement of the (Linde) Inflation.

Namely, the Linde Inflation requires infinite vacuum-energy (filling the space beyond our known universe) for any, including our known universe to come into being. Therefore, as most cosmologists now agree, the recent verification also confirms that universes continue ad infinitum - which is a fundamentally different understanding of reality than previous beliefs, and is commonly referred to as the Multiverse.

Dr. Omerbashich was the first theorist who, back in 2006, proved the Multiverse from physical observations, by mathematically demonstrating the existence of infinitely many universes: He did this by successfully expressing the Newtonian gravitational constant G, and thus gravity too, via speed of light c, where G and c were taken in their absolute form (as proportions). G was thus considered without units which Newton appended to G only in order to close his own physics mathematically. Omerbashich expanded on the Multiverse concept by ad infinitum generalizing the Earth-Moon system's non-temporal secondary (resonance) gravitational effects:

For his proof, Omerbashich used more than 10 billion geophysical observations from the (Canadian) superconducting gravimeter - the world's most accurate instrument used also for verifying G. His expressing of G via c on both quantum and mechanist scales tells us how quantum mechanics and gravity are unified. Omerbashich had sent his proof for verification to David Wineland of NIST back in 2008, which Wineland published as his own and received the 2012 Physics Nobel Prize for this abridging of quantum and mechanist worlds. Omerbashich counterclaimed that prize:

Curiously, the Multiverse contradicts the original Big Bang theory the way Jesuit priest Lemaître envisioned it (while perhaps basing it on Genesis in a way that tried to make Big Bang the final word of cosmology, and our known universe all that there is). The Multiverse proof is the first scientific evidence that Genesis as the Roman-Catholic Church's main doctrine is wrong, and a reason for nearly decade-long censoring of Dr. Omerbashich and his basic discoveries.

The Omerbashich proof is a part of his cosmological Hyperresonance Unifying Theory (HUT) that has seen more than ten confirmations and strongly supporting indications over the past two years since first published. Some of those, such as the European Space Agency's Planck mission, have potential to provide independent observations of the Multiverse, and thereby confirm the Omerbashich proof. While it demonstrated the existence of infinitely many universes both mathematically and physically (from Earth's own most accurate observations), the HUT also corroborated the String theory's paradigm on oscillatory rather than particlegenic reality.

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