The Space Between Spaces

The multiverse can best be described as a series of bubbles of reality.  Each bubble is a universe unto itself.  These universes all have their own laws of physics which are roughly similar but often feature distinct differences.  Some of these universes are “near” each other.  The rules of measuring their relations do not follow Euclidian geometry, but they are consistent and with the right equipment can be measured.  The area between them is called “The Space Between Spaces”, or sometimes just “The Void”.

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