01 December, 2021

Astrotalk on the Development of the Universe

As I support all life, I support both the "Anthropic principle" and "Cosmological natural selection" as the nature of things.

The anthropic principle is the cosmological principle that theories of the universe are constrained by the necessity to allow human life.
Lexico, an online dictionary website

A little more than 50 years ago, for example, the beneficial effects of microgravity were not known, without which we would not be able to survive in space for a second. There may be other phenomena that favor us like a multitude of water in outer space. That's supportive of the anthropic principle.

On the other hand, I'm very keen on "Cosmological natural selection", also called the "fecund universes". 

It's been proposed that when a black hole forms, a white hole forms on the opposite "side". Energy entering exits the white hole.  Physicist Lee Smolin takes it a step further to suggest that the resulting white hole is the Big Bang of a new, baby universe. And, that in fact, our universe formed that way.
PBS Space Time

There are many buzzwords linking the hypothesis, making goosebumps, it must be 🆗  😊


Stephen Hawking's final research paper suggests that our Universe may be one of many similar to our own, the study was submitted just 10 days before Prof Hawking died, BBC reports.

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