Our Universe May Be in a Black Hole

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There exists a group, albeit a small one, of physicists who support the possibility that the universe in which we live is located inside a black hole.

There exists a group, albeit a small one, of physicists who support the possibility that the universe in which we live is located inside a black hole.

Here’s how their reasoning works out.

Most scientists say that before the Big Bang, there was nothing, but some disagree.

It’s their belief that there was stuff, and just before the bang it all condensed into a particle that was so small modern man doesn’t have the capacity to understand its size.

That’s what exploded and made the universe we know and love today.

How did it get that small, you wonder?

Well, by passing through the only force known to have that kind of crushing and compacting power – a black hole.

It’s been proposed that our universe is not the only one out there, and that black holes serve as portals to others.

Given that, what could have happened, certain physicists say, is that a whole universe got sucked in, shredded, and packed into an itsy-bitsy seed-like speck of matter that eventually expanded back out.

At the end of the day, however, nobody really knows what happened.

Said one astrophysicist, “For all physicists know, dragons could have come flying out of the singularity.”

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