Part of speech: noun
Origin: English, 1960s
An infinite realm of being or potential being of which the universe is regarded as a part or instance.
Examples of Multiverse in a sentence
"My favorite sci-fi series explores the different realities possible in a multiverse."
"The physics department seems to be split into those who believe in a multiverse theory, and those who do not."
If you’re a physicist, a comic book writer, a psychologist, or a theologian, you'll probably be familiar with the concept of a multiverse. The philosophy that there are multiple, or even infinite, states of being in the universe has long been a topic of debate.
Did you Know?
Fans of "The Big Bang Theory" are probably familiar with one example of a multiverse: Schrödinger's cat. On the TV show, Sheldon explained the hypothetical situation where a cat is inside a box, and, until you open the box, the cat could be alive or dead. There are two potential universes in that scenario, which is also the many-worlds interpretation of a multiverse.