Once there was Mass, a bunch of Matter.
It became dense, so the Mass became More.
So much More that its Gravity increased to such an extent that it does not allow even Light to escape from it,
At a point of time, because of this immense density the Mass exploded, creating uneven particles.(Big Bang)
Greater the particle, greater the Mass, hence greater density and this attracted more particles.
This is the Big Bang Theory.
Had this been narrated by ordinary people, people would have loved to laugh at the assumptions galore and lack of facts.
Assumptions are made out as Axioms and you are asked to accept them without questioning.
Theories are developed around this nonsense and to our surprise technology using these principle works!
Reason Nature does not care nor is it bothered whether some one believes it or finds about it, for it is not obliged to divulge its secrets.
It goes about its job.
Fact is that Gravity works whether Ramanan believes it or not, Light waves travel whether you call it Wave, Particle.
It takes another non sense paper to disprove the earlier theory.
Now comes the paper that proves or attempts to prove that Big Bang Theory wrong.
It takes a swipe at Einstein’s Theory as well, which, it is said, is proved.
You do not expect Nature , whose Lifetime is immeasurable,to reveal its Nature, to Man whose average waking Lifetime is hardly 25 years.
Even if you take the aggregate of entire Human population even from earliest civilization, even then it is negligible against Nature.
The disapproval comes from Mathematics, which, though touted as the best Science,is based on Assumptions galore.
‘Let the children Play’- Nature.
- Scientist claims she has mathematical proof black holes cannot exist
- She said it is impossible for stars to collapse and form a singularity
- Professor Laura Mersini-Houghton said she is still in ‘shock’ from the find
- Previously, scientists thought stars much larger than the sun collapsed under their own gravity and formed black holes when they died
- During this process they release a type of radiation called Hawking radiation
- But new research claims the star would lose too much mass and wouldn’t be able to form a black hole
- If true, the theory that the universe began as a singularity, followed by the Big Bang, could also be wrong
If most people know one thing about black holes, they probably know that nothing can escape from them, not even light.
Yet this most basic tenet about black holes has actually been disproven by the theory of quantum mechanics, explains theoretical physicist Edward Witten of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ, in an essay published online today (Aug. 2) in the journal Science.
Black holes, in the classical picture of physics, are incredibly dense objects where space and time are so warped that nothing can escape from their gravitational grasp. In another essay in the same issue of Science, theoretical physicist Kip Thorne of Caltech describes them as “objects made wholly and solely from curved spacetime.”
Yet this basic picture appears to con
tradict the laws of quantum mechanics, which govern the universe’s tiniest elements.
“What you get from classical general relativity, and also what everyone understands about a black hole, is that it can absorb anything that comes near, but it can’t emit anything. But quantum mechanics doesn’t allow such an object to exist,” Witten said in this week’s Science podcast.
In quantum mechanics, if a reaction is possible, the opposite reaction is also possible, Witten explained. Processes should be reversible. Thus, if a person can be swallowed by a black hole to create a slightly heavier black hole, a heavy black hole should be able to spit out a person and become a slightly lighter black hole. Yet nothing is supposed to escape from black holes.
To solve the dilemma, physicists looked to the idea of entropy, a measurement of disorder or randomness. The laws of thermodynamics state that in the macroscopic world, it’s impossible to reduce the entropy of the universe — it can only increase. If a person were to fall into a black hole, entropy would increase. If the person were to pop back out of it, the universal entropy tally would go down. For the same reason, water can spill out of a cup onto the floor, but it won’t flow from the floor into a cup.
This principle seems to explain why the process of matter falling into a black hole cannot be reversed, yet it only applies on a macroscopic level