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  • n. Any of several brane cosmology theories

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Examples

  • On the other hand, the fact it involves "braneworld" scenarios makes me feel good about having my fictional FTL drive in my upcoming novel Marseguro operate in "branespace."

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  • The theory holds that the visible universe is a membrane hence "braneworld" embedded within a larger universe, much like a strand of filmy seaweed floating in the ocean.

    5th Dimensional 'Braneworld'

  • Mini Black Holes: If a radical new "braneworld" theory of gravity is correct, then scattered throughout our solar system are thousands of tiny black holes, each about the size of an atomic nucleus.

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  • If we combine braneworld cosmology and cosmological natural selection, then we obtain a scenario in which self-reproducing universes not only evolve by natural selection, but in which they collide and interact.

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  • For the braneworld model would have notable consequences.

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  • General Relativity says that such primordial black holes would have evaporated away by now, so finding them would make the braneworld hypothesis tenable.

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  • Petters of Duke base their work on a recent theory called the type II Randall-Sundrum braneworld gravity model.

    5th Dimensional 'Braneworld'

  • The braneworld theory predicts that relatively small "black holes" created in the early universe have survived to the present.

    5th Dimensional 'Braneworld'

  • "If the braneworld theory is correct," they said, "there should be many, many more braneworld black holes throughout the universe, each carrying the signature of a fourth dimension of space."

    5th Dimensional 'Braneworld'

  • The "braneworld universe" has five dimensions -- four spatial dimensions plus time -- compared with the four dimensions -- three spatial, plus time -- laid out in the General Theory of Relativity.

    5th Dimensional 'Braneworld'

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