The team has published its results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.
The simulations that the team conducted showed that expansion caused by dark energy has nothing to do with the birth of stars. The simulation is widely recognized as one of the most realistic programs that has mapped the known universe.
But as per the study, a new replicated simulation of the cosmic elements demonstrates that even in the multiverse, which has dark energy even hundreds times more than we observed in our universe, life can form. Many scientists have debated over whether or not our own universe is singular or one of many others.
" The development of stars in a universe is a fight in between the tourist attraction of gravity and the repulsion of dark energy", stated Teacher Richard Bower of Durham University's Institute for Computational Cosmology.
The matter of dark energy has been a hot topic among scientists for quite some time, and it's becoming increasingly clear that we don't have a solid grasp on how it functions - a fact reinforced by the fact that we might have been wrong about the limitations of the energy all around.
The main theory about dark energy is that our universe was created by a short burst, and this explosion made it expand rapidly. These universes will be filled with Earth-like planets, society, and even Alien life that may be very similar to ours.
Some recommended this implied that, in some areas, deep space is still broadening and will continue to grow definitely. Therefore, it also has nothing to do with where life can exist. But given the levels of dark energy in our Universe, there is likely a natural law we have yet to discover.
This opens up the prospect that life could be possible throughout a wider range of other universes, if they exist, the researchers said.
Until then, we may have to settle for the knowledge that these multinational organizations may well have Alien life, but there is no way to prove this.