Exploring the Interconnection between Quantum Physics and Quantum Multiverses


  • Cristina Tomozei Danubius University of Galati


quantum physics; theories; experiments; phenomena


Quantum physics is a fascinating and revolutionary field in science, continually challenging
the classical paradigms of our thinking and understanding of the universe. The concept of quantum
multiverses is an exciting paradigm in physics, proposing the existence of parallel realities that coexist
with our known universe. The development of quantum theories has been accompanied by a number of
philosophical interpretations. The concept of quantum multiverses brings with it significant
philosophical challenges and raises fundamental questions about the nature of reality and our place in
the cosmos.

Author Biography

Cristina Tomozei, Danubius University of Galati

Student, Faculty of Behavioural and Applied Sciences, Specialization Psychology


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How to Cite

Tomozei, C. (2024). Exploring the Interconnection between Quantum Physics and Quantum Multiverses. New Trends in Psychology, 6(1), 86–89. Retrieved from https://dj.univ-danubius.ro/index.php/NTP/article/view/2750




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