Are We in a BLACK HOLE? Astonishing Claims Entities Could be Portals to Other Universes
OUR UNIVERSE may be inside a black hole which may even contain OTHER universes, scientists have claimed.
While many accept the Big Bang theory as gospel, a group of physicists are challenging the norm and claim the maths of it does not quite add up.
Black holes are a complete mystery to scientists, but some are arguing each black hole may be a portal to another universe.
Nikodem Poplawski, a theoretical physicist from the University of New Haven, is one of the leading establishers of the theory and first came up with he idea when questioning the big bang theory.
Mr Poplawski wrote for InsideScience.org: “What started the big bang? What caused inflation to end? What is the source of the mysterious dark energy that is apparently causing the universe to speed up its expansion?”
Black holes could birth universes
This is where his theory came from, claiming his black hole-universe theory removes the notion of “impossible” singularities.
At the beginning of time, 13.8 billion years ago, there was a dense and super-hot energetic point where the laws of physics did not apply – what is known as a singularity.
The only other time in the Universe where a singularity occurs and the laws of physics are thrown out of the window is at the event horizon of a black hole, which is unexplainable by current scientific methods.
Albert Einstein had theorised that something at the centre of the Big Bang was infinitely small and dense – but Mr Poplawski argues that infinity is impossible in nature.
He states that there was something small, but finite at the centre of the Big Bang.
Mr Poplawksi believes that the “seed” which birthed the big bang came from a finite point of matter which was extremely dense and is found at the bottom of a black hole.
The scientist states that the “seed” could have the weight of a billion suns but be billions times smaller than any particle that has been discovered.
The Polish physicist describes black holes as a “kiln” of the universe. When this seed is at the bottom, and with the black hole twisting at almost the speed of light, the tiny seed becomes twisted and compressed, until it suddenly explodes, giving birth to everything that we know.
He adds: “Torsion therefore provides a theoretical foundation for a scenario in which the interior of every black hole becomes a new universe.”
Mr Poplawski states that black holes in our universe could also lead to another cosmos, and claims that if you were not completely shredded to particles at the point of entrance at a black hole, you would likely end up in another universe if you made it through.