Is it consensus among cosmologist that there is probably at least one type of multiverse? Is there any renowned physicist who rejects the idea of multiverse? I'm not talking about those who claim it's unscientific, untestable, etc., but those who think there is no such thing. That our universe as we know is finite and unique.
By "multiverse", I mean any of Brian Greene's nine types
And I'm not asking for a list or the Physics.SE users' opinions on multiverse. I'm asking if the basic idea of there being at least one type of multiverse is generally accepted among cosmologists.