The world began not with a Bang, but with a Black Hole
Scientists have come up with a new theory about the origin of the universe, and it does not involve a Big Bang! Instead, they claim that the universe originated from the black hole of a previous cosmos.
Researchers from the Perimeter Institute have claimed that the Big Bang Theory, which states that the world burst into existence from a singularity, seems unlikely.
“The big bang hypothesis has our relatively comprehensible, uniform, and predictable universe arising from the physics-destroying insanity of a singularity. It seems unlikely,” they say, as reported by Outer Places.
Instead, according to them, it is more likely that a black hole is at the bottom of the matter as they have the capability of creating as well as destroying celestial bodies, especially stars.
Our universe, according to the new idea, was produced by a fourth-dimensional black hole from another universe. In such cases, we are living beyond the event’s horizon, and it is also possible that black holes in the ‘parent universe’ have produced other universes.
This theory resolves the ‘information paradox’ associated with black holes, which has puzzled scientists for many years. It states that all information and physical matter disappear permanently into the black hole, where all physical states devolve into the same state.
If we apply this explanation to this theory, it would seem that the matter going inside a black hole is not destroyed after all. Instead, it is a part of a new universe.
The Perimeter Institute is not the only organization to challenge the most widely accepted theory about the origins of the universe. Although scientists have been able to describe what happened after the Big Bang, many questions about what existed before the Big Bang remain unanswered.
What caused the cosmic explosion? And what led to the conditions being so extreme to break apart from the point of singularity, before spacetime existed, and form a universe with so many celestial bodies? This theory appears to be attempting to get closer to the true riddle of how our universe came into being.