Cosmologists Alan Coley from Canada’s Dalhousie University and Bernard Carr from Queen Mary University in London, have published a paper on arXiv, where they suggest that some so-called primordial black holes might have been created in the Big Crunch that came before the Big Bang, which lends support to the theory that the Big Bang was not a single event, but one that occurs over and over again as the universe crunches down to a single point, then blows up again, over and over.
This is a pet theory of mine, one I like to examine, read, study, etc… when I have the time. Anyway, this is a real idea that is gaining some traction.
Down with ex nihilio, long live panentheism!
- Katia Moskvitch – Quantum Gravity Takes Singularity Out Of Black Holes – 30 May 2013 (lucas2012infos.wordpress.com)
- Astronomers measure the Big Bang’s strange and elusive extragalactic background light (syndicatednewsservices.com)