Let's play a game in which we all consider for a moment a question posed today by Science Daily: "Could our universe be located within the interior of a wormhole which itself is part of a black hole that lies within a much larger universe?" Now, guess: Is that a theoretical physicist's latest hypothesis on the creation of the universe, or the secret ending of LOST?
Turns out, it could be both. Indiana University physicicst Nikodem Poplawski's new paper in Physics Letters B goes on: "Because Einstein's general theory of relativity does not choose a time orientation, if a black hole can form from the gravitational collapse of matter through an event horizon in the future then the reverse process is also possible. Such a process would describe an exploding white hole: matter emerging from an event horizon in the past, like the expanding universe."
As such, general relativity makes more sense if our universe existed in the wormhole in between, like a waypoint in space-time between a black hole and white hole, our little cosmic island the only thing separating the light and the dark. J.J. Abrams couldn't have written it better himself.
Grammar check the title? This is supposed to be a respected publication...
Woaaaa dude, was that person hi? 'cuz that is trippy, man.
Since when is Lost have anything to do with science, the fact that it is regular TV precludes it from being science.
@KH: more like his rectum if there ever was a god...more like in the rotting remains of a rectum.
LOST being the tv show, wait what?
I went one step further and explained over 12 years ago why we live a matter dominated universe.
I posted all over the web this same type of Hypothesis years ago and all I got was argumentative post with little knowledge of the subject while I was trying to defend why this is a logical explanation to the way our universe was created. Now I am finally vindicated and this is finally published...
I have had advanced Physics classes but no degree in Physics, just three engineering degrees…
See the AutoCAD created image I made 7 years ago here explaining this:
Also note I also explained why it is important to have two universes, Matter and Anti-matter separated by a huge worm hole. One universe is feeding the other one; one is in the process of collapsing while the other one is in the process of expanding. This is repeated as the one that was expanded starts to collapse then the other one starts to expand, back and forth for eternity...
very good!! to the second comment dont be such a pain in the ass
It is possible to voyage out into the black void into which our universe is expanding. What is seen are a multitude of glowing spherical universes that appear to be in the same orbit around some unseen object. Because the subspace tetrahedral manifold brings in the elementary particles and the constants of physics, there are tetrahedral fractals on the planets all the way up in size to the upper tetrahedron the size of the universe. So each tetrahedron is connected to the black void, the combination of which forms another fractal system. This might be called the ultimate fractal.
So we're stuck in a giant finger trap? Nice.
are we lost in the end or end in the lost... or are we rotating some where in the middle of the graph used because we are some where on the horizon and we can't see further than what is infront of us (human site, telescope, satalites, splitzer,etc) or we are only focusing on the one black hole with in our galaxy? or are we looking at the others within the others or in the other galaxies.... We really have no idea what's with in a blackhole or on the opposite side or even if there is another side to a black hole. For all we know a blackhole could be a tornado/downward inward spiral in/to the the middle of nowhere with a point that (gets)lost/ends up in nowhere/lost/end.
This just boggles my mind. If every galaxy theoretically has a black hole at the center than does this mean that every galaxy could have a galaxy within a galaxy? What if the Big Bang was actually just a large amount of stellar material shooting out of this "white hole"? I'm definitely going to be following this one.