Black holes have their own laws of physics and can create new universes

The 20th century was a remarkable time for cosmology, the study of the origin and evolution of the Universe. Before then, we had a very limited view of what the Universe was like. We assumed that the Milky Way galaxy contained all the stars and planets that existed, and that the Universe was fixed and eternal, following Newton’s law of gravity. However, in a matter of decades, our picture of the Universe changed dramatically. Einstein’s General Relativity replaced Newton’s gravity, revealing how matter-and-energy affect the shape of spacetime. His equations also showed that the Universe could not be static, but…

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Zoe Mitchell

Zoe Mitchell is an independent researcher and writer on extraordinary topics. She has a passion for delving into the realms of UFOs, paranormal phenomena and the enigmatic.

Zoe has a degree in journalism and a keen interest in history, mythology and folklore. She believes that there is more to reality than meets the eye, and that the truth is often stranger than fiction.