Experiment 8: Series and Parallel Circuit Elements Laboratory Report Frenzyl Espinola, Anna Fermin, Loren... Gabayeron, Kristal Fernandez Department of Math and Physics College of Science, University of Santo Tomas España, Manila Philippines Abstract The experiment is about the elements of series and parallel circuits. The laws on series and parallel resistors, as well as the color code for resistors were observed to calculate the total resistance. The proper connection for ammeter and...
1580 Words | 7 Pages
Introduction My research is based on how Ohm’s law is derived and how it is used to solve problems in series and parallel... connection and the resistance of a material. Ohm's Law shows the relationship between the voltage (V), current (I) and resistance (R). It can be written in three ways: V = I × R or I =V/R or R = V/I The resistance (R) of a material depends on Its length, cross-sectional area, The resistivity, and Resistance also depends on temperature, usually...
1219 Words | 5 Pages
3. Series and parallel circuits serve different purposes in households 1. Identify the difference between... series and parallel circuits Series is when the components line up after one another, thus there is only 1 path. In parallel there are multiple paths. Advantages of using parallel circuitry over series circuitry in household wiring include: * You can have some devices on and others off at the same time. * If one device fails the others still work. * All devices receive the...
573 Words | 3 Pages
Title: Resistors in Series and Parallel Date: 17/7/05 Aim: The aim of this experiment is to compare the predicted and actual... resistance in a circuit of resistor combinations in series and in parallel. Background: A resistor is an electrical component/device that has electrical resistance. Resistors can be used in electric circuits for protection of components, voltage division or current control. In an ideal resistor the resistance remains constant regardless of the applied voltage or current...
1193 Words | 7 Pages
Aim: To design a simple electrical circuit for Doctor's Surgery to let people know when to enter and also to research and learn more about... parallel and series circuits. Introduction I am going to design an electric circuit for a Doctor's surgery. There are two types of circuit's Parallel circuit, and Series circuit. First I am going to explain what a circuit is and what the differences they have are. An electric current is a flow of charge. The charges are given energy and made of flow using...
877 Words | 4 Pages
Investigation on Capacitance and RC circuit Hamdy Hamdy Abdel Moneim Abdou, Jaime Lorenzo C. Olivares, and Karol Giuseppe A. Jubilo National... Institute of Physics, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City Abstract This experiment is designed to further the understanding of the relationship between voltage, charge, and capacitance of capacitors. This also explains how values of effective capacitance for series and parallel combinations of capacitors are obtained...
1862 Words | 7 Pages
Ohm’s Law is V = I * R or in some cases I = V / R. The next two laws were established by a German physicist by the name of Gustav Kirchhoff. Kirchhoff’s... first law is his voltage law. Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL) states that around any loop in a circuit, the voltage rises must equal the voltage drops. The next law that Kirchhoff introduced was his current law. Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL) states that the total current entering a junction must equal the total current leaving the junction. These laws...
859 Words | 3 Pages
Investigating Basic Circuits (DLB) Introduction What is an electrical circuit? How can you manipulate components and design a... circuit that will do what you want it to? This guided activity will introduce you to some components, tools, and concepts that are fundamental in electronics. It will allow you to investigate and discover: What are voltage, current, and resistance? How are they related to one another? What are some of the basic components that make up simple circuits and what do they do?...
1662 Words | 10 Pages
Lab 4 – Series and Parallel DC Circuits PHY2049L Friday Lab 1:00 8th February, 2013... Introduction The purpose of this lab experiment is to test the predictions for current, voltage and resistance of the relationships of parallel and series circuits. The procedures strive to prove that the theoretical outcomes are consistent with the corresponding measured results. After setting up the closed circuits we want to test our own results into the equations...
581 Words | 2 Pages
Ohm's Law Series-Parallel Circuits Calculation To end up the discussion of... Series-Parallel Circuits, I would like to post this last one remaining topic which is about Ohm's Law of Series-Parallel Circuits for currents and voltages. I did not even mentioned in my previous topics on how to deal with its currents and voltages regarding this type of circuit connection. Ohms Law in Series-Parallel Circuits Ohm's Law in Series-Parallel Circuits - Current The total current of the series-parallel...
628 Words | 3 Pages
Voltage: Ohm's Law and Kirchhoff's Rules ABSTRACT Ohm's Law and Kirchhoff's rules is fundamental for the understanding of dc circuit. This... experiment proves and show how these rules can be applied to so simple dc circuits. INTRODUCTION In the theory of Ohm's Law, voltage is simply proportional to current as illustrated in the proportionality, V=RI. As shown in this relation, V represent voltage which is the potential difference across the two ends of a electrical conductor and between which...
925 Words | 3 Pages
Ohm’s law & resistors in parallel & in series Lab 4 Class: PHY 1434-E475 Due date: March, 13 20144... Group Names: Hisham Sageer Objectives: Our object is to confirm Ohm’s law by analyzing the dependence of the electrical current as a function of voltage and as a function of resistance. Also, we studied the current flow and voltage in series and parallel. Finally, the lab determined the equivalence resistance of series and parallel combination of resistors and...
838 Words | 6 Pages
built a basic circuit with two LED's and resistors in parallel. The results showed that the voltage is the same in... parallel. The items that were in series had the same current. The results also showed that the current from each branch could be summed up to equal the total current from the source. The experiment also helped the student to see the voltage drop across the diode was almost the same each time. This lab showed the effects of current and voltage in a parallel circuit. This experiment...
1523 Words | 6 Pages
resistive network by series-parallel circuits, the students will demonstrate the characteristics of... series-parallel circuits by measuring and verifying the calculations of the resistance, voltage and current associated with the different resistive components of a series – parallel circuit. On this experiment, the students will also demonstrate the principle of basic electric circuit Law called Ohm’s Law as well as the use of basic principles involved in series, parallel and series-parallel. This experiment...
1072 Words | 4 Pages
Electricity Circuit symbols Potential difference The energy which is delivered to an electric circuit comes from the... supply. The greater the potential difference of the power supply the more energy is delivered. Potential difference is measured in volts, which has the unit symbol V. Cells in series The more chemical cells that are connected in series the greater the potential difference that they supply. The potential difference of a number of cells connected in series is the sum of each...
1210 Words | 6 Pages
Abstract: The investigation involved testing the factors of pencil lead length, cross-sectional area, temperature and lead type to find out how they... affected pencil resistance. The hypothesis was proven as the length (series circuit) graph was exponential and the area (parallel circuit) graph was that of a power function. Higher clay based pencils (2H) had higher resistance to that of higher graphite based pencils (6B), and temperature did not greatly affect the resistance. The reasons as to why diamond...
1860 Words | 6 Pages
Electric Circuits Fundamentals - Floyd © Copyright 2007 Prentice-Hall Chapter 4 Series circuits Summary... All circuits have three common attributes. These are: 1. A source of voltage. 2. A load. 3. A complete path. VS + R3 R1 R2 A series circuit is one that has only one current path. R1 R1 R2 R3 VS R3 R2 VS R1 R2 R3 VS Electric Circuits Fundamentals...
1166 Words | 9 Pages
I. INTRODUCTION : Series-Parallel Connection is also known as the combined resistive circuits. This is the... combination of series circuit and parallel circuit. Series circuit can be described as a circuit with only one path for charges to move along. This was also the common circuit connection in most rural areas. On the other hand, Parallel circuit can be described as circuit with multiple paths intended for charges to flow freely. This type of circuit connection was used in most urban areas...
593 Words | 2 Pages
applied across the ends of a second heater wire having a cross-sectional area A and length 2L. Which wire gets hotter? (a) the shorter wire, (b) the longer... wire, or (c) more information is needed. 6. Two resistors, A and B, are connected in a series circuit with a battery. The resistance of A is twice that of B. Which resistor dissipates more power? (a) resistor A (b) resistor B (c) More information is needed. Quick Quizzes - ANSWER ...
634 Words | 3 Pages
complete circuit. A complete circuit requires a battery, wires and a light bulb. 2. Compare and contrast a series... and parallel circuit. Give at least one way that they are alike and one way that they are different. Both series and parallel circuits must have all the components of a complete circuit in order to work. These two circuits differ in the way the electrons are able to flow. In a series circuit the electrons flow in one direction and along one path only while in a parallel circuit the electrons...
721 Words | 3 Pages
: SERIES TYPE OHMMETER SUBJECT : BENE 1183 ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION 1.0 Title: Reproduce the... series type Ohmmeter using PMMC of Ifsd = 30 μA for range of 0-10 kΩ. 2.0 Objectives : 1. To design a series type Ohmmeter using PMMC. 2. To understand the properties of series type Ohmmeter. 3. To design a series type ohmmeter when Ifsd=30μA is given. 4. To calculate the half scale deflection and full scale deflection of the series type...
2017 Words | 8 Pages
Discussion In the experiment AC circuits, the purpose was to see the effect that a capacitor, resistor, and inductor have on the voltage,... and current of a circuit. We created circuits with 2 resistors, a capacitor and a resistor, and then a capacitor, resistor, and an inductor. The circuits were then hooked up to a function generator, and oscilloscope to find the voltage across certain frequencies and then calculate the peak current, capacitive reactance or the inductive reactance, and phase difference...
657 Words | 2 Pages
Introduction I have chosen to investigate a factor that affects the output of a potential divider circuit. A potential divider is resistors... connected in series across a voltage source; used to obtain a desired fraction of the voltage. A resistor is a device having resistance to the passage of an electric current which affects the output voltage (Vout). The factors that I could investigate are changing the resistance of r2 and record the output (Vout), or use a light-dependent resistor (LDR) and...
5705 Words | 17 Pages
electrical engineering is a resistor. A resistor is nothing but a special electrical component that helps in the induction of electrical resistance in a... given electrical circuit. The resistors can be made up of different elements and different materials and it depends on the applied voltage and the applied current. No electric circuit can be complete without the use of resistors in them. The specifications of the resistors however depend on the conduction of the current. We would talk about some of...
469 Words | 2 Pages
Computing Laboratory Report Title of Experiment: Series and Parallel Circuits Date Given: January 28, 2013... AIM: To investigate the circuits to tell whether the resistors are in parallel or in series also to determine the internal resistance of a 1.5V cell. THEORY: In this experiment it was expected of the experimenter to have a basic knowledge of circuits in both aspects theoretically and practically. A basic circuit comprises of a cell or power supply (some electric driving...
1052 Words | 5 Pages
Page 1 of 5 Name: ______________________________ ECET 231 - Circuit Analysis I Lab 6 Series-Parallel DC... Circuits Objective: Students successfully completing this lab will accomplish the following objectives: 1. Gain experience analyzing and verifying, by measurements, the characteristics of series-parallel resistive circuits. 2. Increase understanding of the relationship of voltage, current and resistance in a series-parallel circuit 3. Learn to compute currents through the use of voltmeter...
1034 Words | 6 Pages
Voltage and Current in Series and Parallel Circuits Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to investigate... and prove Kirchhoff’s voltage and current laws, through the use of parallel and series circuits. In a parallel circuit, the voltages at different loads remain constant with themselves and the battery, where the current at different loads add up to equal the total current of the battery. A series circuit proves the opposite; current remains constant, and the voltages being used at different...
851 Words | 3 Pages
conducted in series and parallel to identify the pressure different in both pumps. Centrifugal pump is known as one of the most... widely used pumps for transferring liquids. It’s also known as a device to transfer mechanical energy from a prime mover into fluid energy to produce the flow of liquids. The pump is connected in 2 ways; in series and another as parallel pump. Centrifugal pump are connected in parallel because to provide enough flow rates compare to centrifugal pump that connected in series, the...
682 Words | 3 Pages
Lab 3. Dc circuits and Ohm’s law of measurments Helina Wolfe Tannaz Farnoudi and Najah Rouse Physics 246-205 Professor Joe Renaud... 09/23/13 Word count:1453 Abstract: The aim of this experiment was to understand the relationship between the variables of Ohm’s law and how they are part of an operation of an electric circuit. Introduction: This experiment was done in two parts. The first part consisted of understanding how to determine the current, voltage and resistance...
1342 Words | 5 Pages
Experiment 5 Series and Parallel Pump Objectives To demonstrate the principle operating characteristics of centrifugal... pump in series, parallel or single pump operation. To determine the pump characteristic curves of pump in series and parallel configuration and single operation. To determine the pump power. Overview A pump can serve to move liquid, as in a cross country pipeline, to lift liquid as from a well or to the top of a tall building; or to put fluid under pressure as in...
766 Words | 6 Pages
Experiment 5: RC Circuits Abstract The purpose of this lab is to learn and understand RC... Circuits. An RC circuit is composed of at least one resistor and at least one capacitor. A capacitor is composed of two plates with either air or an insulator also known as a dielectric between the plates. We do not want the plates to be touching, because then we would only have a conductor. The insulator between the plates is also known as the dialectic, which affect how the...
1500 Words | 5 Pages
Investigation: how the resistance in a circuit varies with the length, thickness and type of wire Introduction A current is a flow of... negative electrons around a circuit or electrical pathway. This is measured in how many electrons per second or the charge they are carrying go round the circuit (amps or amperes) Voltage or Potential Difference measures how much energy individual electrons have to use up as they go around a circuit. (Volts) Components in a circuit have a Resistance value which will...
670 Words | 3 Pages
Name: Period: Circuits-Circuit Analysis Base your answers to questions 1 through 3 on the information and diagram below. 4.... A 9-volt battery is connected to a 4-ohm resistor and a 5-ohm resistor as shown in the diagram below. A 3.0-ohm resistor, an unknown resistor, R, and two ammeters, A1 and A2, are connected as shown with a 12-volt source. Ammeter A2 reads a current of 5.0 amperes. What is the current in the 5-ohm resistor? 1. 1.0 A 2. 1.8 A 3. 2.3 A 4. 4.0 A 1. Determine the equivalent...
2706 Words | 11 Pages
Introduction - Electric circuit theory is one of the fundamental theories upon which all branches of electrical engineering are built. - Many... branches of electrical engineering, such as power, electric machines, control, electronics, communications, and instrumentation, are based on electric circuit theory. - In electrical engineering, we are often interested in transferring energy from one point to another. - To do this requires an interconnection of electrical devices. - Such interconnection is...
11155 Words | 58 Pages
It has been suggested that design has become more central to the production and consumption of commodities. Evaluate this argument using a... ‘circuit of culture’ approach and an object of your choice. It is a key strategy in toady’s competitive business markets to put design at the center of your production and consumption. Companies have become more innovative in their marketing and revenue strategies and are using the advantages that come from the culture industry. Those include Standardization...
2472 Words | 7 Pages
risk of heart attack to simply providing more energy, weight training plays an important role in one's life. One very popular method of weight training is... to increase mobility and build strength and stamina. This method is known as circuit training. Circuit training has been around for decades and offers a wide variety of applications and benefits. This workout is performed both mentally and physically. The weight training participant performs one set of an exercise then immediately performs...
465 Words | 4 Pages
Circuit Tourism A country like India with it’s diversity can best be covered in clusters of tourists spots grouped together so that they are... well connected for all travelers, especially international travelers and more especially repeat travelers. Circuits can be developed within a state or between two states. Inter-state circuits could be based on various themes or on effective transport connectivity. What we mostly see is intra-state circuit tourism development. For example Goa, Rajasthan...
1079 Words | 5 Pages
The 1972 Summit Series is a hockey series between Canada and the Soviet Union. It took place during the time of the Cold War when... the East and West were fighting to prove who was better. The 1972 Summit Series proved that we are the greatest hockey nation creating great nationalism in Canada despite that it was part of the cold war. It showed that Canada is the greatest hockey nation, the Summit Series brought all the people of Canada together and it took place at a time during the Cold War. These...
1133 Words | 3 Pages
Parallel Brides A berdel, or double marriage, is the marriage of a brother and a sister to another brother and sister. It is a very elaborate... matchmaking process which involves two families essentially swapping daughters to marry each others sons. It requires several meetings of both families to discuss many marriage details like when and where the daughters shall meet to switch families and be brought back to their new homes to be wed. It is a very intricate and stressful procedure and if not...
866 Words | 3 Pages
Case #2: Circuit City Stores 1. Describe the impact the three proposed accounting methods (full revenue recognition, deferral of revenue,... and partial revenue recognition) would have on the company’s financial statements: 1) at the time of the sale, and 2) in future periods. Full revenue recognition: I believe this is the most consistent with actual substance of sales transactions involving equipment and extended warranties. Circuit City matches up almost perfectly with the five criteria in...
888 Words | 3 Pages
to make a complete circuit. You would need a bulb(converts electrical energy to radiant energy), a battery(possible power source), a... switch(used to connect and disconnect the circuit), a buzzer(converts electrical energy to mechanical energy), a motor(converts electrical energy to mechanical energy), a resistor(slow down electron movement), a voltmeter(measures the voltage) and an ammeter(measures the current in unit amperes). 2. Compare and contrast a series and parallel circuit. Give at least one...
608 Words | 3 Pages
Parallel Journeys was a book that I bought several years ago while attending the Belfer II Conference at the United States Holocaust Memorial... Museum. At the time, I was in the process of trying to develop a syllabus for a Holocaust Literature elective course at my high school; and, after speaking with many Mandel Fellows, I decided to purchase certain books (at their recommendations) to review as possible inclusions for my course. As we know, time tends to be something precious and fleeting, and...
909 Words | 3 Pages
BMW: THE 7-SERIES PROJECT mary lou Brief History of Bayerische Motoren Werke: BMW, a German company is a producer of automobiles and... motorcycles. Designed as an aircraft manufacturer and originally founded in 1913 by Karl Fredrich Rapp, the company was commissioned to build the V-12 engine for Austria-Hungary. In need of extra financing, Rapp reconstructed the company as the Bayerische Motoren Werke. In 1917, Rapp left the company and it was taken over by Austrian Franz Josef Popp who...
2372 Words | 7 Pages
Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to study the basics of a direct current circuit. There are several parts to this experiment,... where resistors are set up as parallel, series or both. We measure the potential difference and current measured by voltmeter and ammeter respectively. Also, we set up a Wheatson Bridge to measure the unknown resistor. Equipment: Voltmeter PCC 000218 Galvanometer PCC 000180 ...
267 Words | 2 Pages
Advantages of Digital Circuits Name: Instructor: Institution: Introduction Digital... circuits are circuits that use signals in digital form instead of analog forms. One distinctive feature of a digital signal is that it assumes discrete values, most of the time two values. A digital signal takes time to change from one value to another, and assumes intermediate values during transmission (Verma). Steady values are slightly inaccurate. Voltages...
824 Words | 3 Pages
02/18/2010 Indian Parallel Cinema While Indian Cinema known as Bollywood was thriving in the 1950s, the film industry also saw the emergence... of a new Parallel Cinema movement. A group of film-makers broke with the past traditions and made exciting, experimental and innovating films (Gupta 11). Indian Parallel Cinema is a specific genre of Indian cinema which is known for its serious content, realism and naturalism, which reflected social and politics during those times (Gupta 14). Indian parallel cinema represents...
874 Words | 3 Pages
Integrated circuit design, or IC design, is a subset of electrical engineering and computer engineering, encompassing the particular logic and... circuit design techniques required to design integrated circuits, or ICs. ICs consist of miniaturized electronic components built into an electrical network on a monolithic semiconductor substrate by photolithography. IC design can be divided into the broad categories of digital and analog IC design. Digital IC design is to produce components such as microprocessors...
1734 Words | 6 Pages
Euler and Hamiltonian Circuits As I type this sentence millions of students all over the country are in their math class either a) struggling... to open their eyelids or b) tapping their fingers due to boredom and impatience. They have all failed to understand how the topic would later come of use. Although mathematics may seem to be “unnecessary” it teaches our brains to strategize, and think differently through the use of trial and error and problem solving. Most individuals consider mathematics...
1379 Words | 4 Pages
Case Circuit Board Corporation Background/Introduction Circuit Board Corporation creates and manufactures printed... circuit boards. The founder, the late Dieter Adams had started Circuit Board Corporation in 1961, were the computer industry was in its introductory stages. The company started by designing and manufacturing PCB’s for minicomputer companies. Maggie Adams which was Dieter Adams beloved wife was employed as a part time employee and secretary of the board to CEO after her husband...
850 Words | 4 Pages
Oil Circuit Breaker Operation By A JOSEPH INTRODUCTION In this study the operation and maintenance required on the... Takaoka Tank Type Oil Circuit Breaker (Type L4) and the JB427 will be explored. The circuit breakers used for this study is the Diamond Vale 33kV Circuit Breaker at Mt Pleasant Substation and the #0 33kV Circuit Breaker at Barataria Substation respectively. Figure [ 1 ] : THE TAKAOKA OIL CIRCUIT BREAKER ...
920 Words | 5 Pages
Circuit Board Case Study Circuit Board Fabricators, Inc. is a circuit board manufacturer based in California. They... produce circuit boards to large organizations like Apple and Hewlett-Packard. The large computer companies hire Circuit Board Fabricators, Inc. (CBF) to make to circuit boards for the large companies new prototypes. CBF implements a large automated process that follows standard codes to produce these circuit boards efficiently and with above average customer service; however, recently...
994 Words | 4 Pages
BBUS 361 Intermediate Accounting I Valerie Li Case #2 Circuit City Stores, Inc. (A) 11/08/2012 1. Describe the impact the three... proposed accounting methods (full revenue recognition, deferral of revenue, and partial revenue recognition) would have on the company’s financial statements: 1) at the time of the sale, and 2) in future periods. * Full revenue recognition method would recognize total revenue and total cost at the date of sale. Adjustments will be recognized when the warranty...
1275 Words | 4 Pages
Essay Topics: 4. According to Paul Cezanne: “Art is as harmony Parallel to Nature.” Discuss with reference to Cubism. “The history of Cubism... consists chiefly of the ongoing battle between the two dimensional plane and three-dimensional nature, between the artists painting construction and the emotional contact with nature.” Jacob Bendien (1890- 1933) Cubism was a powerful influent in the visual arts style of the 20th century, in the modern art period. This movement was specifically established...
2222 Words | 7 Pages
Overview Of Neuron Structural and Functional Properties and Electric Circuit Parameter Models from a Cellular Perspective. Neurons serve the... purpose of receiving signals coming from neighbouring neurons; they assimilate these signals, and generate nerve pulses. They then conduct and transmit these nerve pulses to other neurons which are capable of receiving them. Neurons are the structural constituents of the brain. Typically, neurons are five to six orders of magnitude slower than silicon logic...
791 Words | 3 Pages
| Resistance and Electric Circuits | Lab 5 | | | The goal of the “Resistance and Electric Circuit” Lab was to... determine the resistivity of a conducting wire given two known resistors. The main property of resistivity is that it represents how easily electrons can flow through a material. A Galvanometer is used to measure the current of the circuit and the Wheatstone Bridge is used to measure the resistances and determine the unknown resistance. This experiment also relates Ohm’s Law...
714 Words | 3 Pages
Circuit Analysis of Linear Network and one Nonlinear Element ETEE3153 Experiment #4 Submitted: September 5, 2005 By, David Scott... Lab partner: Blake Griffin Prof. Jack Carter Submitted: 10/27/2005 Microsoft Word OrCAD Pspice student version 9.1 Main Body The purpose of this laboratory experiment is to learn simple techniques for analyzing a circuit with a nonlinear element. It gives details as to what methods to uses when using nonlinear elements. This experiment will...
2406 Words | 13 Pages
AC Circuits. Oscilloscope Arjun Patel Group: 2 Partner: Hirbod B. Partner: Wonyoung J. PHY 114 Section 87725 TA: Hank Lamm November... 3rd 2011 Abstract: The main goal of this experiment to Investigate the sine wave AC signal from signal generator using the scope and determine the relationships between the rms value and the amplitude of the voltage as well as the period and the frequency of the signal. The following are the results of the lab: T= 10-3seconds, Vo=1.4V , 2% discrepancy...
1480 Words | 6 Pages
Circuit City Stores Vision & mission: the 5 “S” philosophy Objectives: * achieve leading market share in each served market in... order to benefit from ad and logistics synergies * resist take over attempt Current Business Strategy * In retail stores, they measure by per unit square foot to measure capacity( exhibit 3b) * They sell brand name product * Cut commissions * Customer survey to support customer satisfaction * Switched management teams. * Invested...
425 Words | 3 Pages
QUESTION #1 Does the Universal Circuits’ Irish controller have a convincing argument for the weakness of the dollar? Why or why not? How... would you interpret the evidence? The controller of the Irish division does have a valid point when stating that the U.S. dollar is in a vulnerable position due to the fact that its trade deficit is currently in excess of $100 billion and growing. (see Exhibit 1). While Universal Circuits’ chief financial officer, Joe Merrill, is correct when stating that...
1795 Words | 5 Pages
Michal Pogorzelski 5/25/10 Parallel Universe Theories The Theory of Parallel Universes The multiverse is a theory... in which our universe is not the only one, but states that many universes exist parallel to each other. These distinct universes within the multiverse theory are called parallel universes. A variety of different theories lend themselves to a multiverse viewpoint. Not all physicists really believe that these universes exist. Even fewer believe that it would ever be possible...
1113 Words | 4 Pages