Scientists have now discovered that the universe in which we live is not the first universe that existed. Before the discovery of the big bang there was a "ghost black hole" in the old extinction universe. a group of senior physicists said thatOther universes existed long ago and they have black holes, just like the current universe. They point out that cosmic background wave radiation (CMB) – which is very similar to the white noise produced by television – is evidence of the existence of cosmic black hole residues.
The author of this unique view is: Roger Penrose, a mathematical physicist at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom, Daniel An, a mathematician at the Maritime Academy of the State University of New York, and the theoretical physicist, Krzys, University of Warsaw . Krzysztof Meissner.
These senior physicists are currently arguing for the revision of the Big Bang concept to explain the theory of multiverse. This theory is called "conformal cyclic cosmology (CCC)", which shows the evolution of the universe in the order of formation, expansion and extinction.
Black holes have left traces in the development of each universe. In the recently released data report, these data are derived from existing data on the background wave of the universe.
Dr. Penrose said: "If the universe continues to develop, the black hole will devour everything at a certain moment, we only have black holes left." Black holes are supposed to gradually lose mass over time and emit a lot of gravity. Photon-free particle radiation.
A group of senior physicists said that other cosmic spaces existed long ago and that they had black holes, just like the current universe. They point out that cosmic background wave radiation (CMB) – which is very similar to the white noise produced by television – is evidence of the existence of cosmic black hole residues.
He pointed out that if the situation is true, what will happen next is that these black holes will gradually shrink. Eventually the black hole will reach the point of complete decomposition, leaving a large number of massless particles behind.
Because of the special phenomenon of Einstein's special theory of relativity, the massless particles are not bound by the physical laws of massive objects, which means that they exist in the universe without being influenced by each other. Dr. Daniel said: "A universe full of gravity or protons will have no significance for time or space." According to the theory of conformal cyclic cosmology (CCC), the universe will start in the post-black hole decay state with Similar to the big bang in extreme concentration- and pressure conditions. "
According to Dr. Penrose is evidence that black holes exist in the background wave of the universe not the singularity itself, but the radiation it produces during its life cycle. The obstacle for theoretical physicists is that their theoretical views are generally recognized in any evidence.
If researchers can find evidence in the universe, "conformal cyclic cosmology (CCC)" will be viewed by the scientific community as a whole, or at least not completely inaccurate. Dr. Penrose believes that he will eventually find reliable evidence of the phenomenon.