We have traveled a long way from the time of scientists like Galileo and those who thought that the Earth is flat. We soon thought that there were no more such. Yet we are light years away to understand what is actually happening in the universe. Okay, the Hubble telescope and the like helped us unwind many of the greatest discoveries. But this is a children’s game. When we take into consideration the insane theories scientists have about the universe.
There is an infinite number of other universes
We would like to think that the universe we live in is in space., But it may not be so special. In fact, there can be an infinite number of other parallel universes. Let’s not bother you with confusing advanced physics (for which you still need a doctorate to extract), but the point is in this: The great explosion about 13 billion years ago was too powerful to create only our universe that exponentially spreads. Some astrophysicists think that it has created a whole pile of other universes. They are uniquely shaped and radically different from ours. We coexist independently, separated by distances much larger than 92 billion light-years.
In our universe there is a hidden ninth planet
Once it was decided that Pluto was a very dwarf to be a real planet, it was knocked out. it’s hard not to be slightly disappointed with our solar system. if nothing else because nine is better than eight. But there may still be hope that nine planets will officially be again. There is increasing evidence that there is a ninth planet of the size of Neptune (Planet X). That one lurks far behind Pluto in an extremely elliptical orbit that runs around the Sun once in 15,000 years.
We live in a big computer simulation created by super-advanced aliens
As many scientists theorize, if the aliens actually exist, the assumptions are that they are technologically much more advanced and perhaps millions of years ahead of us. Based on this assumption, some scientists and philosophers speculate that we actually exist in a reality created by them, in some kind of simulated game of playlists, in which not only is the world simulated, but also human consciousness. Here’s another thing to think about while trying to sleep in the evening.
In space, the end will come with gradual freezing
There are many theories about how the end of the universe might come. But one of the most popular among scientists is called “The Great Freeze”. The theory suggests that the universe slows down with the spread. It will gradually begin to cool to the point where entropy occurs. Planets and stars begin to wither and die and can no longer sustain life in any form. It’s true that the universe is crazy cold, but we talk about absolute zero and zero light. You do not need to run to an ATM to get your money and buy a stock from a market, because if this happens – it will be for a trillion years.
Or it will tear itself apart
While the “Great Freeze” is considered the most likely scenario, scientists are speculating about the possibility of the universe tearing itself up. Theory revolves around how the dark energy behaves. If it is not kept constant, it gradually increases over time, then it could potentially lead to a domino effect that begins with the deployment of the whole galaxy.
The universe is a distorted chaos
For years, cosmologists believed that our universe is isotropic or roughly similar in all directions (as in the above picture). But some recent findings suggest that for unknown reasons, the universe is actually curved in certain areas.
We all live in a hologram
Though it sounds like a mad theory, there are quite legitimate astrophysicists who believe that our entire three-dimensional universe is actually a massive projection of a two-dimensional image.