Before the Big Bang caused the universe we know to appear, there was another universe and black holes could be evidence of its existence, claims Nobel Prize winner Sir Roger Penrose, Penrose won the Nobel Prize in Physics for a research paper in which Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity was used to prove the existence of Black holes and explain how they form.
Penrose said that there is evidence of “unexplained spots” of electromagnetic radiation scattered across the sky that reach “the size of a full moon,” which he called “Hawking points.” And Penrose explained that these warm spots are the remnants of the previous universe that existed before the Big Bang It could be evidence of our future universe.
The points are named after Professor Stephen Hawking, who theorized black holes leakage of radiation and over a long period of time it will evaporate to nothing.
These points are evidence of the “conformational periodic cosmology” theory of the universe, Penrose said, that the Big Bang only indicates the end of one universe and the beginning of another – also known as “aneons.”
The theory is controversial, but Penrose says that black holes were once considered controversial but are now part of mainstream science.
Brzenz published a paper on “Hawking points” in the Journal of the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society in May.
Black holes have been found all over the universe, including supermassive black holes in the center of galaxies, and the discovery of the galaxy in the center of the Milky Way led to the participation of Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Geese in the Nobel Prize with Penrose.
According to Penrose’s theory, Hawking points or Hawking points are the ultimate expulsions of energy – known as Hawking radiation – transmitted by black holes from the previous universe.
The theory effectively states that universes evolve, expand, and die sequentially, with black holes in each one leaving a mark for the universe to follow.
It is not known exactly how long it will take these black holes to evaporate completely, but they are believed to be much longer than 13.8 billion years.
“I claim that there was an observation of Hawking radiation. The Big Bang was not the beginning, rather there was something before the Big Bang and this thing is what we will have in our future, we have a universe that is expanding and expanding, and every mass decomposes,” Bronze told The Telegraph Of my own crazy, this distant future becomes the Big Bang of another age. “
He believes that in addition to the active black holes that have been discovered, there must be remnants of “dead black holes” from previous universes that we have been able to discover and find will prove that Hawking is right.
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