Big Bang theory is flawed; Black Hole gave birth to our universe, says new study

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The Big Bang has always been estimated to be the cause of the start of the universe as known to the mankind. However, a totally unrelated celestial element has been brought into the limelight by the scientists who claim that the universe was formed due to a black hole that originated from a former cosmos.

According to the researchers working at Perimeter Institute, the theory stated for the Big Bang event doesn’t seem feasible. The Big Bang Theory states that the universe we see now came into existence from the bursting of a single element.

The concept of Big Bang describes our predictable and uniformly comprehensive universe as a result of an event that is completely against the basics of physics. The emergence of our universe from a singular element seems highly unlikely. According to the scientists, a black hole is a rather practical answer to the birth of universe which houses the capability of making as well as eradicating the celestial elements and mostly the stars.

The latest theory suggests that the black hole in question belongs to another universe which is fourth-dimensional in nature. There is a major possibility that the black hole might belong to a parent universe that has created many other universes apart from ours. This particular theory is an accurate answer for the ‘information paradox’ about the black holes which kept the scientists confused for a long time. The theory suggests that each and every information or physical object disappears into a black hole in a permanent basis. Here all the physical states, be it solid, liquid or gas delegate into a single state.

The explanation provided by this theory states that the things that enter the black hole do not get destroyed, rather they become a part of an entirely new universe. The Perimeter Institute isn’t the first one to question the theory of Big Bang. Scientists have all possible explanation for the events after the Big Bang but none of the events before the singularity burst out.

There are numerous questions that negate the possibility of the age-long theory like what caused the cosmic explosion? Or the conditions that led to the extreme bursting of the singularity. This new theory is questioning the feasibility of the past events in Big Bang while providing a rather practical answer via black hole theory.

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  • The only sad part about this article is that the authors are claiming this to be a brand new theory when in fact, it isn’t new.

    This theory of the Black Hole Universe theory has been around for quite a while.

    This goes to show that journalists and even bloggers don’t do the most basic of research.

  • I like how they feel the Big Bang doesn’t seem feasible, because everything had to come from a single element, but if the new theory is true, where did the parent universe come from, and if the parent universe has parents where did they come from? It is the same conundrum; just a different dimension.

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