posted on Jan, 2 2010 @ 02:08 AM
January 01, 2010
Some of the world's leading string theorists -"the theory of everything"- believe that our entire universe exists in a black hole. In this bizarre
view, the pre Big-Bang universe is vast, infinite, and stretching back indefinitely in time.
Meanwhile, scientists at Princeton and Cambridge say that most of the universe is regularly destroyed. It's space-time-twisted into black holes, in
fact, which is about as utterly destroyed as you can get without pissing off Zeus. In each destruction cycle only a small seed of habitable space
survives, which grows phoenix-like to provide a new universe due to the apparently all-powerful dark matter.
The model is based on M-Theory - an expanded limit of string theory with an extra dimension, making it only slightly less esoteric than studying the
symbolism of Chopin's work in a universe where the Nazis won the war. I'm not saying that M-theory is poorly understood or developed, but they
can't even agree on what the 'M' actually stands for. Seriously.
If this theory is correct I would guess we don't have to worry about black holes, it seems if we were swallowed up it would put us in another