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Is Our Universe Inside a Black Hole? A Look at the Theory


The vastness of our universe is mind-boggling. Some experts believe that our universe might be inside a black hole with four dimensions.

The beginning of our universe is marked by a singularity – a point in space that is both extremely hot and dense. Scientists at CERN, such as James Beecham, believe that black holes in our universe may be similar to what we know about black holes from science.


Black holes are formed when very large stars collapse into a mass that is so dense that it’s hard to imagine. NASA describes the event horizon as the point in space where nothing, including light or objects, can leave or return. The event horizon is not a new concept; it is present in every observable universe. The universe began to expand faster than the speed of light during the first trillionth of a second after the Big Bang. Before that, there was no outer space, so there was no absolute speed limit. The expansion of the universe has been slowing down over time.

Einstein’s theory of relativity states that the area around a black hole has a curve in space and time. If black holes didn’t attract light and heat, they would be almost impossible to see. As more matter falls into the black hole, the event horizon grows larger.

As the black hole grows, the rate at which matter falls into it slows down. Gravity is so strong that it makes things look like they’re not moving at all. According to the theory of relativity, anything being pulled into a black hole sees time as normal.

Is it possible that we are inside a black hole?

In our world, the event horizons of black holes with three dimensions are flat. However, according to this theory, for our universe to be an event horizon, it would have to be a four-dimensional black hole. Since it’s mathematically impossible for a black hole to have a single point, the event horizon can’t be calculated. The event horizon keeps track of the information that falls into the black hole with the matter that falls into it.

As the event horizon grows, the surface area of a black hole becomes large enough to hold all the information that has fallen into it since the Big Bang. Our universe is made up of this information. The math works and provides answers to some of the most important questions about the universe and black holes. In 2014, research from the Perimeter Institute and the University of Waterloo demonstrated this.

It’s difficult to imagine our world inside another black hole. The black hole theory suggests that our universe may be much larger and more chaotic than we previously thought. It connects everything that scientists and other experts have been trying to understand for decades.

If we could develop the technology to travel faster than the speed of light, we could explore this universe beyond our own. Perhaps one day we will find answers to the mysteries of black holes and the universe they contain.