Mini black holes in Large Hadron Collider ‘could prove existence of parallel universes’
‘Cern’s Large Hadron Collider could be used to prove the existence of parallel universes, a team of physicists have said. The LHC is due to be switched on later this week – although no date has been set – following a two year shut down during which scientists undertook servicing and upgrading work on the machine. Experiments at the LHC are expected to provide scientists with key information about our universe, including that on dark matter and the Big Bang.
However, physicists have also said the LHC could be used to uncover the existence of parallel universes – with the detection of mini black holes at a certain energy level the way to do it.”
Remember that these people have no regard for sprite and believe that only matter and energy are reality.
Mir Faizal, one of the authors of the study published in Physics Letters B, told Phys.org: “Normally, when people think of the multiverse, they think of the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, where every possibility is actualised. This cannot be tested and so it is philosophy and not science. This is not what we mean by parallel universes. What we mean is real universes in extra dimensions
“As gravity can flow out of our universe into the extra dimensions, such a model can be tested by the detection of mini black holes at the LHC. We have calculated the energy at which we expect to detect these mini black holes in gravity’s rainbow [a new theory]. If we do detect mini black holes at this energy, then we will know that both gravity’s rainbow and extra dimensions are correct.”
Stephen Hawking: “The Higgs potential has the worrisome feature that it might become metastable at energies above 100 [billion] gigaelectronvolts (GeV). This could mean that the universe could undergo catastrophic vacuum decay, with a bubble of the true vacuum expanding at the speed of light. This could happen at any time and we wouldn’t see it coming.”
What Hawking is talking about here is not the Higgs boson but what’s called the Higgs potential, which are “totally different concepts,” says Katie Mack, a theoretical astrophysicist at Melbourne University. The Higgs field permeates the entire universe, and the Higgs boson is an excitation of that field, just like an electron is an excitation of an electric field. In this analogy, the Higgs potential is like the voltage, determining the value of the field.
(I’m Not attempting to tell you how you should view your maker, but if you believe there is one you will wanna look at this!)
Name: The big bang
Age: 13.8bn years, or no age at all, because it didn’t happen.
Appearance: Big and bangy, or it doesn’t have an appearance, because it didn’t happen.
Why are you being so down on the big bang? Are you one of those creationists? Quite the opposite. I’m just here to tell you that Cern will soon use the Large Hadron Collider to detect miniature black holes.
And what does that have to do with the big bang? Well, if it’s successful, the existence of miniature black holes could prove the existence of parallel universes, which could prove the Gravity’s Rainbow theory, which could then prove that the universe has existed for ever with no fixed point of origin.
Take me through that again, as if to an idiot. Right, OK. The scientists at Cern believe that there are miniature black holes hidden away in dimensions beyond the ones that we can comprehend, and that these lead to parallel universes.
Wait right there. Extra dimensions? I haven’t even got to Gravity’s Rainbow yet. That theory seeks to reconcile the theory of relativity with quantum mechanics, by arguing that gravitational fields around supermassive objects bend light in different ways depending on its colour.
This is hurting my brain. Listen, did the big bang happen or not? Possibly not. The point of all of this is that Gravity’s Rainbow could prove that the singularity – the infinitely tiny point that exploded billions of years ago, giving birth to the universe – is a scientific impossibility.
So the universe has always existed? Or it never existed? I’m so confused. Me too. It takes serious scientific journals hundreds of thousands of words to properly describe this stuff. What hope do we have?
We Truly Live In Interesting Times!
One ring to rule them all!
One ring to find them!
One ring to bring them all!
And in the Darkness bind them!
“Lord of the Rings”