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No, Stephen Hawking's last paper didn't prove the existence of a multiverse

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"A multiverse would have limits to it's size and expansion also."

Why? Even if this is the sole "universe", there are no limits to its expansion. It just ends up more and more empty. (The heat death of the universe.)

Think about the number line for positive integers: given n you can always find n+1., n+n n*n, nn, etc... Numbers can grow without bound; likewise the universe.

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