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Farewell to the Big Bang. Hello, a black hole?
Can the famous Big Bang theory need to be revised? The group of theoretical physicists suggest that the birth of the universe might be due to the fact that the four-star collapsed into a black hole and threw its fragments.
Before we dive into work, let us agree: no one knows anything for sure. People are just not there, where it all began. The standard theory holds that the universe emerged from an infinitely dense point or singularity, but who knows what happened before the Big Bang ?
“Information for physicists of the singularity could fly dragons” – said Niaesh Efshord, an astrophysicist at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Canada, co-author of the new study.
What are the problems of the theory of the Big Bang? First, the singularity, of course. Secondly, it is difficult to say why the result is a universe that has nearly the same temperature throughout its length, because the age of the universe (about 13.8 billion years) is not enough, as far as we can tell, in order to achieve thermal equilibrium.
Most cosmologists say that the universe has been expanding faster than the speed of light, so that it was possible, but Ashford said that this theory has a problem: “The Big Bang was so chaotic that it is unclear whether there is at least a minimal promise to the fact that inflation has started to work. ”
Here they offer physics.
The model they have built, is a three-dimensional universe, floating in the membrane (or brane) in nadvselennoy, which has four dimensions. Yes, such a notion your head can get sick, so it’s best to think of the brane as a two-dimensional space, but about nadvselennoy as three-dimensional.
Thus, if Superuniverse is a four-star, these stars can pass through the same life cycle, and three-dimensional known to us. The most massive of them will explode as supernovae, losing their flesh and collapsing into themselves as black holes.
4D black hole would have the “event horizon”, as 3D, already known to us. The event horizon would be the boundary between the inside and outside of the black hole. There are lots of theories about what happens inside a black hole , but nothing ever this was not observed.
In the 3D-universe event horizon would be displayed in a two-dimensional surface. Thus, in the 4D-universe event horizon would be a three-dimensional object called “hypersphere.”
In short, from the model that explode when 4D-stars, the remaining material can create 3D-brane surrounding the 3D-event horizons, and then expand. That’s the way it was.
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