| Are We lnside a Massive Higher Dimensional Black Hole?
THE Big Bang and black holes share an incredible trait: the singularity. Experimental scientists are consequently now speculating the entire universe in fact exists beyond the event horizon of a huge higher dimensional black hole that has existed since the beginning of time. The latest research estimates the observable universe is home to 200 billion galaxies distributed at a wide variety of distances. The more distant a galaxy is, the faster it seems to be receding from us, as the fabric of space itself expands. This means as time goes on, matter continues to spread-out and become less dense, as the Universe's volume balloons. It also means that, looking to the past, the Universe shrinks down to a singularity, a cosmological model known as the Big Bang theory. Now a team of radical astrophysicists from Canada's University of Waterloo have proposed replacing the Big Bang with a different sort singularity – a black hole. A black hole is a region of space time exhibiting such powerful