So our entire known universe could be residing in a black hole of some other universe. They really didn't explain the time. It sounds like our entire known universe could also be a 10-46 part of a tick on a clock in some other universe. Since time slows down as you enter a black hole this does agree with the observed.
Galileo shook up the dogma of the time when he took earth off center stage. Today, finding out that our entire universe would fit in the bellybutton of someone in another universe containing our black hole will likely be greeted with a yawn.
After thinking about this for a bit it seems very plausible and much more pleasing than current theory of our known universe. Current theory is that our universe is expanding at a rate that will not stop and collapse. Which means the end of our universe as absolute zero, no light, no heat, no molecular movement at all except very sparse neutrons and protons and a few other things. I never liked this end result. Not tidy. Because it infers a beginning and end of our universe which just doesn't cut it. It sounds like you need a God to start it.
This theory solves what is going on at the singularity of the middle of a black hole while also filling up the "what is at the edge of the universe" problem. We are just a coiled spring rebounding out of a black hole singularity and all we know is expanding out of that singularity. Our universe seems finite because we cannot see past the black hole and besides, the black hole, in terms of time as viewed from outside the black hole we have only existed for 10-46 seconds.
There's been talk for a long while of black holes becoming a white hole "on the other side," so to speak. This article makes the inference that the white hole acts as the big bang for discrete universes. Makes sense to me.
I'm calling the psych hot line even as I type this.
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