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Key to Solving Cosmic Mysteries: Each Black Hole Contains a New Universe

Nikodem Poplawski (born 1975), Polish physicist recently found the key to decoding the mysteries of the universe that science is still “powerless”. And here are his conclusions.

Nikodem Poplawski (born 1975), Polish physicist. (Photo via Nauka)

Our universe can exist inside a black hole (from another universe). It may sound strange, but it is actually perhaps the most compelling explanation for the formation of the universe and what we observe today. It’s a theory that has been discovered over the past few decades by a small group of physicists including myself.

As a very successful theory, the Big Bang theory still has major unanswered problems, suggesting that the universe started out as a seemingly impossible “ singularity ”, an extremely small point containing an extremely high material concentration, extending into the universe we observe today. The theory of inflation, a super-rapid spatial expansion proposed in recent decades, adds many important details, such as why the aggregation of matter in the early universe constitutes. large objects such as galaxies and galaxy clusters.

However, these theories leave behind unanswered problems. For example, what triggered the Big Bang? What’s causing the hype to end? What is the mysterious dark energy that makes the universe develop clearly?

The idea that our universe is entirely contained in a black hole solves these problems and many more. This removes the concept of “physical singularities” that exist in our universe. And it’s based on two of the most important theories in physics.

The first is general relativity, the modern theory of gravity. It describes the universe to the greatest extent. Any event in the universe that occurs as a point in space and time, also called space. A large object like the Sun that is warped or “warped”, like a bowling ball resting on a cloth. The Sun’s gravity changes the motion of the Earth and the other planets orbiting it. The gravity of planets revolving around the Sun is known as gravity. The second is quantum mechanics, which describes the universe on the smallest scale, like the level of atoms. However, quantum mechanics and general relativity are separate theories; Physicists have managed to combine the two into a single theory called “quantum gravity,” to fully describe important phenomena, including the behavior of particles. subatomic in black holes.

At the center of the spiral galaxy M81 is a super black hole about 70 million times the size of our sun. (Photo via NASA)

A simulation of the general theory of relativity from the 1960s, called the Einstein-Cartan-Sciama-Kibble theory of gravity, takes into account the effects of quantum mechanics. This not only provided a step towards quantum gravity, but also led to a new understanding of the universe. A modification of general relativity incorporates an important quantum property called “spin”. Particles like atoms and electrons have an intrinsic “spin,” or angular momentum similar to that of an ice skater.

In this image, the “spins” of the particles interact with space and give it a property called torsion. To understand “twist”, imagine that spacetime is not a two-dimensional image, but a flexible one-dimensional bar. The curvature of this bar corresponds to the bending of time, and the torsion of the rod corresponds to the torsion of time. If a bar is thin enough, you can bend it, but it’s hard to tell if it’s bent or not.

“Twisted times” will only have meaning in the early universe or in black holes. In these harsh environments, the zero time propeller would manifest as a thrust to overcome gravity from the spatial curvature. As in the standard version of general relativity, giant planets eventually turn into black holes: areas of space where nothing, not even light, can escape.

This is how the “twist” unfolded in the first moments of our universe. Initially, the gravity of the curved space will overcome the repulsion of the “twist”, to shrink matter in smaller spatial regions. But in the end, the “twist” will become very strong and prevent the matter from compressing to a point of infinite density; matter will reach a state of extreme but finite density. When energy can be converted into mass, the extremely large gravitational energy in this extremely dense state will cause powerful particle production, increasing the mass inside the black hole.

An increased number of particles with “spin” will not result in higher levels of the time helix. The “twist” will stop the collapse and create a “big bounce” like a beach ball being pushed out. A rapid pullback after such a rebound could be the start of the formation of our extended universe. The result of this retreat was consistent with observations of cosmic shape, geometry, and mass distribution.

In turn, the twisting mechanism presents an amazing storyline: each black hole creates a new universe and a child universe within. If this is true, then the first matter (the original material) in our universe comes from somewhere else.

So our universe may be inside a black hole in another universe.

Just as we cannot see what is going on inside black holes in the universe, any observer of the parent universe cannot see what is going on in black holes in their own universe. me.

Each black hole will create a new universe, and a child universe inside, so our universe could be inside a black hole in another universe. (Photo via Pnterest)

The movement of matter through the boundary of a black hole, called an “event horizon,” will only occur in one direction, providing the direction of time that we think is going forward. Therefore, the direction of time in our universe will be inherited, through the “twist” of the parent universe.

“The twist” can also explain the observed imbalance between matter and antimatter in the universe. Due to “twisting,” matter will decay into familiar electrons and quarks, and antimatter will decay into “dark matter,” a mysterious invisible form of matter that makes up much of the universe.

Finally, the “twist” can be the source of “dark energy,” a mysterious form of energy that permeates all space and does. Geometry with “twists” naturally creates a “cosmic constant”, an additional external force, which is the simplest way to explain dark energy. Therefore, the observed incremental expansion of the universe could be equal
the latest and most compelling evidence of “twist”.

Thus, the “twist” provides a theoretical basis for a scenario in which the interior of each black hole becomes a new one. It is also the solution to some of the major problems of gravity and cosmology today. Physicists have yet to perfectly combine Einstein – Cartan – Sciama – Kibble theory with quantum mechanics in a theory of quantum gravity. While solving some major problems, this raises new questions. For example, what do we know about the parent universe and the black hole in our own universe? How many layers of the parent universe would we have? How can we test that our universe is in a black hole?

The final problem will probably be studied: since all stars and all rotational motions, our universe will inherit the axis of rotation from the parent black hole as the “priority direction”. There is recent evidence from surveys of more than 15,000 people that in one hemisphere of the universe more spiral galaxies are spinning clockwise, while in the other anti-clockwise direction. schedule. Either way, I believe that including “twists and turns” in spatial geometry is the right step towards a successful cosmological theory.

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