“Our own Universe may be the interior of a black hole existing in another universe.” In a remarkable paper about the nature of space and the origin of time, Nikodem Poplawski, a physicist at Indiana University, suggests that a small change to the theory of gravity implies that our universe inherited its arrow of time from the black hole in which it was born.
Poplawski proposes that the universe in which the Earth exists may be located within the wormhole of a black hole which itself exists in an even larger universe. A universe could exist ‘inside every black hole,’ claims scientist
Using an adaptation of Einstein’s general theory of relativity, Poplawski analysed the theoretical motion of particles entering a black hole. He concluded that it was possible for a whole new universe to exist inside every black hole, which could mean that our own universe could be inside a black hole as well.
“Maybe the huge black holes at the centre of the Milky Way and other galaxies are bridges to different universes,” he told New Scientist.
Explaining his theory in the journal Physics Letters B, he said he used the Einstein-Cartan-Kibble-Sciama (ECKS) theory of gravity, in his analysis to account for the angular momentum of particles in a black hole. Doing this it made it possible to calculate a quality of space-time called torsion, a property believed to repel gravity.
He says instead of matter reaching infinite density in a black hole called “singularities” in Einstein’s theory of relativity – the behaviour of the space-time acts more like a spring being compressed with matter rebounding and expanding continuously.
Deskarati loves people thinking outside the box. Read more on Nikodem Poplawski’s theory here – Daily Galaxy