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A Californian physicist claimed that collisions with alien universes might be detectable as anomalies in the distribution of hot and cold spots in the cosmic background radiation. “There’s always a chance we’ll be hit by a lethal bubble,” another physicist remarked, in reaction to the findings. “It would come without warning, and we’ll evaporate in an instant.”

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A Californian physicist claimed that collisions with alien universes might be detectable as anomalies in the distribution of hot and cold spots in the cosmic background radiation. “There’s always a chance we’ll be hit by a lethal bubble,” another physicist remarked, in reaction to the findings. “It would come without warning, and we’ll evaporate in an instant.”

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