The Multiverse is very huge. Our local Multiverse has 1,000,000,000,000,000 universes, although a multiverse can contain anywhere from only 2 universes to omega universes. Our universe lasts long, most of them only live for xonoseconds and pop. The diameter of our Multiverse is 500,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 light years! A multiverse is a self-contained group or larger bubble filled with a finite or infinite number of universes. In many cases, the term is used to define, a larger bubble filled with a finite or infinite number of universes. In many cases, the term is used to define the hypothetical set of every single possible universe, including the universe in which we live.
A googolplex years ago, there was a huge crash against two multiverses, forming the Multiverse, and each fragment is a Fragmentverse.
Types of Multiverses
It is an infinte universe collection. The universes in this type of multiverse should be refreshing itself and should have a starting and extention. It results with infinite amount universe that all has the same physical laws but different starting and extention. So matter configurations are also different. Universal distance should be 10^10^115 lightyears.
Universes should be multi-dimensional (at least 1D) and should be refreshing itself and streching forever. These type of multiverses may contain Mini-Multiverse. Physical laws of universes should be different.
Indeterminacy is what makes these universes special. Also this type of multiverse should be 5D. For example, there are six possibilities of ending of something. Every ending refers to an universe. But these multiverses should not be have more possibilities than an Extentsion Multiverse or a Physical Multiverse. Universes can be supposed as "worlds" (should not be confused with World (Planet)) which also means that these multiverses should have a creator. This type also contains all features of Extension Multiverse except the fact that Extention Multiverse is 3D and Quantum Multiverse infinite 5D.
All universes are equal but defined with different mathematical proof.