Astronomers Say First Evidence of Universes Beyond What Humans Know Found

Astronomers Say First Evidence of Universes Beyond What Humans Know Found

Astronomers are saying that there is supposedly the very first evidence of universes beyond what humans know which has been discovered. Something exciting has happened in the world of astronomy. Scientists Roger Penrose, who works at Oxford and Vahe Gurzadyan, who works in Armenia have stated that they have discovered configurations of concentric loops in the cosmic background, which are echoes of what happened before the Big Bang.

Then two astronomers state that these findings are exactly what would be expected if the universe were infinitely cyclical. By that, the scientists mean that either rotation ends with a big bang that begins the next sequence. In such an idea, the universe is like a sort of enormous Russian doll, where all the prior universes are confined within the present one. Such an astonishing discovery is that there must be confirmation of something which happened before the Big Bang that everyone knows about.

Another team of astronomers also state that they have discovered something else within the echoes of the Big Bang. This group began with a different prototype of the universe which was known as eternal inflation. By thinking this way, the universe that astronomers know is only a type of bubble in a much bigger cosmos. This part of space would be filled with various kinds of bubbles, each of which are other universes in which the laws of physics could be intensely different from what it is on Earth.

The bubbles most likely had a fierce past, shoving against each other and leaving galactic bruises behind where they happened to touch. If they did, the damage should be visible this day and time inside the cosmic background. Another astronomer, Stephen Feeney who works at University College in London and some of his associates explain that their group have discovered the possible evidence of such bruising in the form of spherical patterns in cosmic background areas. In fact, they state they believe they have discovered nearly five bruises, which means this universe had to have crashed into other bubbles at least several times in the past.

It must be repeated that this is an amazing discovery result, that it is the very evidence that there are universes beyond the one known here. But what exactly is to be made of such findings? Feeney stated that precautions must be taken so mistakes are not taken when looking at these bubbles, which both Feeney and Penrose want to state of in various ways. However they are probably unlikely to stop any sort of argument. In the past few weeks, numerous different groups have backed Feeney’s findings while others state there is no evidence for it.

There is only one way to settle the dispute, and that is to either be able to actually confirm or disprove all the results with better information. Good luck could be on these astronomers’ sides as brand new data is on the way, thanks to a spacecraft which is presently gazing into the cosmic background with better sensitivity and greater resolution than ever before.

Astronomers will have decent information within several years. When they receive it, such spheres ought to come into plain view or vanish into noise. The Planck data should be able to clear up the matter, or even bring into the scientific world a greater mystery to solve. For the time being, there will be a lot of mesmerizing discussion over this information and what it actually suggests about the universe. Astronomers are saying that there is supposedly the very first evidence of universes beyond what humans know which has been discovered.

By Kimberly Ruble

Sources:

The Daily Mail

Technology Review

Science News Underground

One Response to "Astronomers Say First Evidence of Universes Beyond What Humans Know Found"

  1. Shannon   February 17, 2014 at 5:18 am

    Though this article is interesting, it is poorly written.
    This is a shoddy excuse for journalism. It’s low quality, misleading, and plain old theft. It’s been plagiarized from a 2010 article in the MIT Technology Review. Another of your “sources” appears to be a forum post linking back to that same article.
    I will be reporting this article to the MIT Technology Review as plagiarism.

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