A group of scientists claim that the Big Bang theory about the origin of the universe may be incorrect. They believe that the Universe stems from a black hole coming from a previous universe.
Scientists at the Perimeter Institute no longer give credit to the theory that the universe originated from a singularity. They believe a Big Bang was ‘unlikely’. Researchers cannot grasp how a predictable and uniform cosmos can originate from a “physics-destroying insanity of a singularity”. The scenario “seems unlikely.”
The research team believes that the most likely scenario for the universe’s formation is a super-massive black hole. Black holes do not only destroy matter and stars. They also create celestial bodies.
The new theory claims that a black hole from a forth dimension has generated the universe as we know it. Researchers believe there is a “parent universe” out there in which other black holes are behind parallel universes.
The Big Bang Was Not the Beginning
The team is confident the new theory is able to fix the “information paradox” that has surrounded black holes for years. According to the paradox, a black hole swallows all physical matter and info permanently into a location where all physical states morph into one state.
Researchers believe that the matter engulfed by a black hole is not destroyed but survives as part of a new universe.
It is not the first time the Big Bang Theory has been challenged since there are so many unanswered questions about what happened before the Big Bang. Researchers have been wondering for years what caused the primordial explosion and what extreme conditions led to the breakage of the singularity into so many celestial bodies.
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