Inspired by an article entitled “There’s More to Nothing Than We Knew”, in the New York Times; this illustration came about as a response to the idea summed up in the following quote:
There is a deeper nothing in which even the laws of physics are absent. Where do the laws come from? Are they born with the universe, or is the universe born in accordance with them? Here Dr. Krauss, unhappily in my view, resorts to the newest and most controversial toy in the cosmologist’s toolbox: the multiverse, a nearly infinite assemblage of universes, each with its own randomly determined rules, particles and forces, that represent solutions to the basic equations of string theory — the alleged theory of everything, or perhaps, as wags say, anything.
I tried to represent two distinctly opposite universes. Seems to me, if the multiverse is infinite, then it stands to reason that there is a universe out there that works on exactly the opposite rules that our universe operates within.