On the shape of the multiverse
Given an explosive birth from naught, absolute naught, then the shape of the multiverse, it seems to me, would have to be a perfect globe within which other shapes would be probable, disks, rings, etc., but usually spherical.
That is, assuming a single multiuniversal point of origin.
To the extent that universes are independent creations from naught, then each, at first blush, would also be a sphere, except that the concept of naught would have been violated after the initial creative event anywhere or any when and thus, the pre-existence of other material or energic objects, both light and dark, would have affected the perfect spherical shape, not only of the subsequent universes but also by distortion, that of the original perfect shape of the first.
© Guillermo Calvo Mahé; Manizales, 2014; all rights reserved