Keats has already built a $20 “do-it-yourself universe creation kit” (pictured above). The Yucca Mountain project would simply scale it up. What exactly this would look like is a little unclear, since by Keats’ own account the mini-univernursery is not terribly exciting to watch:
From the standpoint of being in the universe, making a new universe is very mundane. If you could stand outside it and see the universes cleave, I’m sure it would be very spectacular. But you’re seeing nothing in terms of the crystal glowing. That’s important to me: I didn’t want it to seem like every time you get a new universe, it’s Christmas. I wanted to fit it into the everyday humdrum nature of universal creation, to bring it down to a level where we recognize that creativity is what we do naturally, that it’s always in everything.