The Large Hadron Collider (or LHC) is capable of many things including the detection of mini black holes and finding proof?if the Big Bang Theory is real
The Big Bang Theory is the leading theory on?how the Universe began. As explained on space.com, it all started with a singularity, a tiny speck of highly concentrated energy more massive than all of the existing stars combined, suddenly exploding into the Universe we now know today.
However, recent reports suggest that the Big Bang Theory can one day be proven to be inaccurate or at least wrong by the help of the Large Hadron Collider.
Large Hadron Collider can debunk Big Bang Theory
According to a report from The Telegraph, scientists at the CERN in Switzerland are now working to find a way to detect mini black holes that could lead up to the discovery of an alternate universe. If they did manage to find one, this could also prove the controversial theory of ?Rainbow Gravity?.
The ?Rainbow Gravity?, as stated by The Dailymail, is not widely accepted among physicists. According to the theory, each light has a different effect based on its wavelength, with each wavelength found in the colors of the rainbow.
It was also suggested, from both sources, that with this theory, the Big Bang Theory could also be proven to be wrong?or simply, it did not happen. The theory that the Universe is expanding infinitely means there?s no end but also no beginning or singular point of the Universe.
So if this turns out to be true, what will now happen to our concept of time? Will this change our views of time being linear?
No Big Bang means no beginning, does this affect our perception of time?
Time is a fascinating topic and so does its theory whether it is linear or nonlinear. A?brief explanation what ?Linear Time? and ?Nonlinear Time? is, according to ThatBoyHuman.com, linear time has a beginning and an end. So, if the Big Bang really did happen 13.8 Billion years ago, that makes time linear, in a sense, because we are moving forward and there?s a singular point. Also here in this theory, time travel is quite possible but you can only travel forward in time, not the other way around. The ?nonlinear time? theory on the other hand?says that time doesn?t have a beginning or an end, only the present. ?This makes travelling through time and space possible whether you go backwards of forward.
But the main question now is, if the Large Hadron Collider did find the answer for the Rainbow Theory?and if it is right?does this also make our perception of time being linear inaccurate? Share your thoughts below.
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