Black holes, gateways to other worlds: New theory says there may be NINE dimensions
A new revolutionary theory changes everything we believed about the universe. It may sound like science fiction to some, but researchers indicate that the three dimensions of space may not be the only ones out there. The new theory in particle physics indicates that there may be NINE DIMENSIONS and black holes may be the ultimate key in order to reach them.
What does this exactly mean? Well, simply put, it means that BLACK HOLES could be PORTALS to another universe.
In order to get to the bottom of it, scientists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) are searching meticulously for evidence.
In fact, there are quite a few theories in particle physics that are considered as tell-tale signs that there is MORE to the universe than what meets the eye.
These fascinating NEW dimensions could possibly answer most of the questions ranging from quantum physics to gravity.
One such theory (BRANE THEORY) indicates that multiple dimensions could hide the presence of other universes.
“The equations of string theory that necessarily includes branes, only make sense in 9 space dimensions, rather than the three we appear to observe.”
The so-called stings may reside in a 9-dimensional space. When time is included as another dimension, we obtain ten dimensions.
“You see what you think might be black holes linking nearby branes through a tube of distorted space-time, with gravity from each brane attracting others’ “said Dr. Christophe Galfard In his book ‘The Universe in Your Hand.’
“You suddenly wonder if, by any chance, there might be other people living in those branes. Could there black holes be a passage between your world and theirs?”
In order to finally understand how many dimensions are out there, and whether or not the alleged tell-tale signs could be something real, using the Large Hardon Collider at CERN in Geneva researchers are looking more signs of extra dimension, and one of them are tiny black holes.
“The LHC could make small black holes if there are extra dimensions of the right size,’ Dr. White added. These would decay very quickly but leave a dramatic burst of radiation in the detectors!”
When thinking about Black Holes, most of us tend to believe that these are MASSIVE, monstrous objects in space, but NASA researchers believe in the existence of primordial black holes as small as just one atom.