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Strangest 10 Theories About the Universe

Updated on June 16, 2019
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Introduction

Cosmology is divided into two parts: The first is called physical cosmology, where it is concerned with studying the origin and development of the universe scientifically as well as its possible end and the scientific laws that link these facts together. The second section is religious cosmology, which is derived from a set of beliefs based on historical, mythological or religious facts related to the beginning of creation and the hereafter.

Despite the previous division, I believe that in some cases there is no contradiction between the scientific theories of the first section and the religious beliefs established in Section II. In the following lines, we will present the strangest 10 theories that try to explain the origin of the universe and its phenomena, and advise you to expand your imagination and prospects so that you can absorb those strange theories that may seem illogical, especially when we talk about our mysterious being we strive to learn more.

Evolving Universes

The Theory of the Evolving Universes
The Theory of the Evolving Universes

When the material is pressed to reach very high densities at the center of any black hole, the material may bounce back "as a natural response to the tremendous force affecting it" is a new small facility. Physical laws may differ slightly and randomly in the new universe from the Father universe, which proves the evolution of the universes.

This is what the world's scientist Lee Smolin said in a paper he published, adding that the universes that produce more black holes will produce smaller vessels so that they eventually dominate the distribution of the multiple universes.

If we live in a similar universe, we must have the laws of physics and constants in line with the theory of the production of black holes of those universes, but it is not yet known whether our universe fits that theory or not.

Super-fluid space-time

The theory assumes that the universe was born out of a star collapse and that the constellation of stars and the superfluous space resulting from the collapse caused the production of black matter.
The theory assumes that the universe was born out of a star collapse and that the constellation of stars and the superfluous space resulting from the collapse caused the production of black matter.

The super-fluid means that matter behaves like liquids but with a degree of viscosity that reaches zero so that it shows its ability to self-movement and clearly challenges the forces of the supernova. Gravity and surface tension "so that they flow without exposure to any forces of friction, and assume that in the case of the rotation of the universe, these substances "space and time" will be scattered in the form of spiral swirls so that these swirls become the seeds of new galaxy structures.

Cosmic Ghost

Some physicists assumed that there would be a cosmic specter.
Some physicists assumed that there would be a cosmic specter.

Three mysteries in modern cosmology can be put together in one framework: this ghost theory. After the amendment to Einstein's general theory of relativity, a group of physicists found a strange substance that appeared in their new theory called Ghost Condensate, which could produce an inverse gravity leading to the global inflation that occurred at the Big Bang the reason for the expansion of the universe and later also produced black energy, in addition to that if combined materials together can be black matter.

Fast Light

Light moves at different speeds
Light moves at different speeds

Why do the opposite sides of the universe look alike?
This is a puzzling mystery because the limbs of the universe we know today can not have been connected to each other before, so that this resemblance makes sense, even back to the first moments after the great explosion when those regions were closer to one another "before the universe expanded" There is enough time for light or anything else to move from one area to another. There was no time for heat or density to calm down and weigh and yet it has become balanced and evenly distributed already.

One solution to this puzzle is that the light at that time was moving much faster than its current speed but that would require a radical change of Einstein's relativity that we know and its consequences.

Clashing branes

The theory also explains how the great explosion was caused by the collision of our being another universe and then the collisions between the different universes are repeated to produce other great explosions from time to time.
The theory also explains how the great explosion was caused by the collision of our being another universe and then the collisions between the different universes are repeated to produce other great explosions from time to time.

Is it possible that our universe is a membrane floating in a space of more dimensions than the dimensions we know?
According to a sub-theory derived from the famous string theory called braneworld, there are many dimensions in space. While gravity can easily reach these dimensions, we are trapped inside our universe or our brane in its three known dimensions. "Brane is an entity that has several dimensions. In string theory, it is a single tendon and if we have three dimensions."

Goldilocks universe

Why does the universe have the right characteristics to create life?
By manipulating certain physical constants we can find "theoretically" that there are no stars or matter or that the universe will only last for a blink.
The answer to this question lies in the following principle: The universe in which we live must be able to support life or we simply will not be there to observe it.

This idea has recently gained some support because the theory of cosmic inflation "expands of the uineverse" suggests an infinite number of universes. String theory assumes that these universes may contain an infinite number of properties and different physical laws. Nevertheless, many cosmologists reject this principle because it is unscientific and does not provide testable predictions.

Small Universe

A strange defect can be observed in the pattern of spots in the microcosmic background where a few large spots can be suddenly observed. "The distribution of microwaves in the universe is irregular and lumpy in parts without the other." One possible explanation for this mystery is that the universe is so small that, back to the time when that microstructure was formed, we could not even contain those spots.

The most surprising suggestion to explain this is that the universe is in the shape of a tube or a suppressor, ending with a narrow end on one side and wide on the other side like the trumpet, and bending the arched space back in this model will lead to expansion Micro-spots and their transformation from a circular shape to a semi-oval shape, that is, the shape actually observed.

Sterile Neutrinos

The black matter consists of hard-to-get-tricked particles called neutrons. These molecules are heavier than ordinary neutrons and interact with other substances only through gravitational forces, making their detection almost impossible.

It is possible that these molecules have the appropriate properties to be "black" primary materials vibrating at speeds of several kilometers per second to form larger masses of black matter "which we observe today." It is also possible that these sterile neutrons have helped stars and black holes on Formation at the origin of the universe.

The Matrix

I think those who decided to read this article certainly have seen the Matrix series of films that assume that we live in a program. Professor Nick Bostrom is the author of this assumption where he thinks we are probably living in a large computer simulation.

Assuming there is a way to simulate awareness, it is possible that future civilizations have already tried it many times. In this case, most of the observed universes would be no more simulations and there is a high probability that we are inside one of them. In this case, all the anomalies we observe, such as matter, energy, and black holes, may be attached to covering the contradictions in our simulations.

Modified Dynamics - MOND

The theory suggests that gravity does not fade as quickly as current theories assume
The theory suggests that gravity does not fade as quickly as current theories assume | Source

It is possible that black matter is not really real or maybe just a misleading name for anomalous behavior, one of the theories called Newton's modified dynamics suggests that gravity does not fade as quickly as current theories assume.

This "strong" attraction can play the role of black matter in connecting galaxies and cosmic sectors together. A new version of this theory, consistent with Einstein's relativity, has sparked this idea again although it may not be consistent with the pattern of spots in the cosmic background The microwave oven we mentioned a little while ago.

Although all of the above are theories that can not be conclusively proven, they certainly call for reflection and reflection on our mysterious universe.

Do you agree with any of these theories?

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© 2019 Ameen Selegi

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