David Kirkpatrick

July 13, 2010

Was our universe born in a black hole?

Filed under: Science — Tags: , , , , , — David Kirkpatrick @ 1:20 am

Maybe so.

From the link:

“Accordingly, our own Universe may be the interior of a black hole existing in another universe.” So concludes Nikodem Poplawski at Indiana University in a remarkable paper about the nature of space and the origin of time.

The idea that new universes can be created inside black holes and that our own may have originated in this way has been the raw fodder of science fiction for many years. But a proper scientific derivation of the notion has never emerged.

And:

That means the universe as we see it today can be explained by a single theory of gravity without any additional assumptions about inflation.

Another important by-product of Poplawski’s approach is that it makes it possible for universes to be born inside the event horizons of certain kinds of black hole. Here, torsion prevents the formation of a singularity but allows a HUGE energy density to build up, which leads to the creation of particles on a massive scale via pair production followed by the expansion of the new universe.

This is a Big Bang type event. “Such an expansion is not visible for observers outside the black hole, for whom the horizon’s formation and all subsequent processes occur after infinite time,” says Poplawski.

For this reason, the new universe is a separate branch of space time and evolves accordingly.

3 Comments »

  1. there is not any upper or lower size limit to black holes. The temp of the horizon is inverse to the mass, so they get larger and colder in outer space. The dark flow is believed by Kashlinksky to be a gigantic black hole 150 billion light years distant pulling galaxy clusters. We would never see any matter cross the event horizon as huge gravity pulling in distant galaxies slows down time. However for mini-black holes that make us up and our planet this is reversed, and we see outside the event horizons as they evaporate and explode producing the expansion of space in 10^-46 SECONDS that creates our world.

    Comment by jim henson — July 25, 2010 @ 4:26 pm

  2. Plasma Physics explains why missing gravity is not dark matter. Nearby Segue 1 galaxy recent discovery has only 2,000 stars with orbital speeds requiring a huge dark matter mass around the blackhole center. This utter absurdity violates the Copernican Principle of uniformity near Earth in relationship to the Universe. Dwarf galaxies too all have supermassive black holes with far fewer stars then primary galaxies, requiring more dark matter gravitiy to hold its spiral arm shapes together. Plasma physics and black holes explain why galaxies and stars are over 99% Hydrogen and Helium hot ionized gases and not standard gravity models like our planet earth. Fang recently rediscovered reconfirmed warm-hot intergalactic medium diffuse oxygen filaments that absorb the x-rays emitted from galactic black holes along the sculptor wall across thousands of galaxies. Fang says they connect all large cosmological structures together in the universe. These are 2 million degree visible matter filaments extremely diffuse and difficut to detect, requiring angles with black holes and line of sight with galaxies. However dark matter is given the shape like a squashed beach ball halo around a flat thin galactic disk, where plasma physics is clearly observed to be the correct model of gravity and why the big-bang standard model is false.

    Comment by jim henson — August 10, 2010 @ 8:29 am

  3. I loved Was our universe born in a black hole? David Kirkpatrick WOW!. One of favorite posts of all time.

    Comment by Nanotechnology Universe — October 14, 2011 @ 5:18 pm


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