Sir Roger Penrose, an acclaimed astronomer and Nobel Peace Prize Winner,er, is out with an astonoshing claim this week that has rattled scientific communities worldwide. Before we dig into those claims, it’s worth noting that although they appear to be credible — this has not fully been proven yet.
2020 has certainly been a wild year but this wouldn’t be the most surprising thing to emerge.
According to Sir Penrose, the Universe we now live in is in fact an evolutionized Universe that came after the one before us. A stunning report, see here, claims that signs of epic black holes in our Universe indicate without question signs of the previous Univese still lingering within our own.
Editors note: It’s also worth noting that such a discovery would raise more questions than their are answers readily available. The existence of signs of a previous Universe would indicate that mankind may have existed or currently exists in a far different dimension or form than we may realize. There are problems with these types of discoveries because if researchers and scientists aren’t careful —- mankind can and would be totally rewritten as we know it. For me personally, the existence of a previous Universe would almost inevitably result in questions about the land and world we live in and why.
Penrose claims that there are dotted areas of the sky that are obvious signs of electromagnetic radiation — a sign he says that indicates there may be a previous Universe or its remnants among us. The points are believed to be so called “proof” of conformal cyclic cosmology —- but alas the points are also named after none other than legendary physicist Stephen Hawking.
If the Universe simply collapses and then rebirths itself —— how did we get here?
I claim that there is observation of Hawking Radiation. The Big Bang was not the beginning. There was something before the Big Bang and that something is what we will have in our future,’ Penrose told The Telegraph.
‘We have a universe that expands and expands, and all mass decays away, and in this crazy theory of mine, that remote future becomes the Big Bang of another aeon.’