Now, a recent discovery states that black holes also have the singularity feature in common with the universe. The new research conducted by a team of progressive astrophysicists at Canada’s University of Waterloo has mentioned that the universe exists far away from the horizon of a huge black hole with higher dimensions, and it might have been existing in the cosmos right from the very beginning of time.
By higher dimensions, the latest theory states that we might be living in four-dimensional, formed by the break down of a large five-dimensional star.
Another character of the theory is that it explores the trait of the singularity of the universe and the possibility of such a trait living in the universe. Gravitational singularity or simply, the singularity is a place in space-time where the gravitational field of a celestial body is predicted to becomes endless. The new theory by the scientists in Canada suggests that this feature is similar to the singularity in the center of the black hole.
As gravitational singularity of the universe is considered in the context of general relativity as the earliest state of the universe in the Big Band theory, researchers were motivated by the idea to unify the two. Hence, they advocate that the Big Bang would be analogous to the creation of a black hole. But there is a little twist here. The two notions could be related to each other in reverse!
Laws of String theory were applied and it was estimated that the universe in which we live might just be a three-dimensional world trapped inside a layer of four dimensions. The study derived from the findings of another previous study by former NASA scientist which stated that there could be a black hole at the center of the Earth. After this extraordinary theory was proposed.