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    * Other universes may be detectable, published study claims: If there are other universes, then one or more of them might leave a mark on ours, researchers
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      * Other universes may be detectable, published 
      study claims
      If there are other universes, then one or more of
      them might leave a mark on ours, researchers say.


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