• You still have a chance to win a Celestron Telescope! Click here to learn more!

Parent Universe definition

Nov 21, 2019
56
6
35
A supermassive black hole in the heart of a galaxy in our parent universe spawned our BIG Bang-Bit Bang/supermassive white hole using a quantum tunneling umbilical wormhole. The first galaxies formed app. 250 million years after the BBBB. Assuming that each of these primary galaxies required a supermassive black hole at its heart, then they could have begun producing other universes as early as 13.550 billion years ago.
 
Last edited:
  • Like
Reactions: MMohammed

MMohammed

Assistant Community Manager
Staff member
Oct 10, 2019
39
1
35
Wow! So, a black hole in some other galaxy in the same universe as ours caused the Big Bang. Can hardly wrap my head around that! Hypothetically, could a massive enough black hole in our galaxy then do the same thing?
 
Last edited:
Nov 21, 2019
56
6
35
@MMohammed ,

You need to delete that insult and consider apologizing.
So, a black hole in some other galaxy in the same universe as ours caused the Big Bang. Can hardly wrap my head around that!
No, not "in the same universe" - read the op again. A supermassive black hole in the heart of a galaxy in our parent universe, not within our Universe - that doesn't make sense. It's a 'simple' cause-and-effect.
Hypothetically, could a massive enough black hole in our galaxy then do the same thing?
There are apparently supermassive black holes at the center of every galaxy and it's theorized that a galaxy woundn't form without one. Yes, Sagitarius A - the SBH at the heart of our Milky Way Galaxy - has spawned another universe with the same 'DNA'/physical laws as this one.
 

ASK THE COMMUNITY

Latest posts