Santosh Arron expressed his thoughts. We're stuck within a black hole, and there's evidence that a multiverse exists.

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A black hole is a region of spacetime where gravity is so strong that nothing no particles or even electromagnetic radiation such as light can escape from it. A sufficiently compact mass may bend spacetime to generate a black hole, according to general relativity theory. The event horizon is the point at which there is no way out. According to general relativity, it has no locally discernible properties while having a significant impact on the fate and circumstances of an item passing it. Because it does not reflect light, a black hole is similar to an ideal black body in many aspects. Furthermore, in curved spacetime, quantum field theory predicts that event horizons produce Hawking radiation, which has the same spectrum as a black body with a temperature that is inversely proportional to its mass. For stellar black holes, this temperature is on the order of billionths of a kelvin, making direct observation very impossible.

Massive stars collide towards the conclusion of their lives, forming stellar-mass black holes. A black hole can develop by absorbing mass from its surroundings after it has been created. By devouring other stars and merging with other black holes, supermassive black holes of millions of solar masses (M) can arise. The existence of supermassive black holes in the centers of most galaxies is widely accepted.

A black hole is the closest thing we have to a singularity—a break from established physics rules—that we can see with our telescopes. Our concept of the cosmos crumbles in the dark, immensely dense center of a black hole. Perivolaropoulos expressed it best.

There's something remarkable about such a massive and thick object. And that something exceptional might let the cosmos's largest black holes survive each time the universe bounces and everything else condenses into a smooth paste of matter and energy.

It's possible that their survival is crucial. Maybe, just maybe, when everything around them collapses into uniformity, black holes survive and preserve their particular oddity. Perhaps black holes are one of the reasons why the cosmos can bounce back after one of its once-in-a-thousand-year contractions.

Gargantua Black Hole - Interstellar 

There are grounds, according to PĂ©rez and Romero, to suppose that massive black holes, which are still intact after a cosmic bounce, aid in the rebuilding of the universe by feeding matter back into space and mixing it with their energy.

"If black holes survive the bounce, they can cause disturbances in the expanding phase that lead to structure and early galaxy formation," they said. In a rebounding galaxy, black holes can operate as engines of creation or re-creation, assisting in the formation of galaxies, stars, and planets.

Santosh is an Indian-American business executive known for his discoveries and inventions. He is the chief executive officer (CEO) of Proxemers. Proxemers is an aerospace manufacturer and space transport services company, of which he is CEO and CTO.​​ He brought extreme hypothetical theories about the Black Hole. Broke the continuity of Historical Theories.

Santosh predicted what is happening inside the black hole. In his theory, he claimed that “The gravitational theory is the most accredited theory for explaining black holes. In his paper, he presents a new interpretation based on the relativistic theory that explains the formation of the universe most importantly what happens when particles get into a black hole and the consequence of the relativistic speed of departure between the speed of the celestial system and the speed of both light and quantum rays at very high energy, calculated with respect to the observer.”

Santosh concludes that “Our universe was created by a black hole and he also claims that there are multiple different universes in which one of the universes gave birth to our universe and therefore black holes act as the doors for creating the universe.” This paper was officially published by Santosh Arron and his Team named “Proxemers” on March 2022 at ResearchGate.

Santosh draws a conclusion from this. With hundreds of billions of galaxies and almost innumerable stars spanning tens of billions of light-years, multiverse hypothesis exists, but it may not be the only one. Instead, there may be a totally new world — and another, and another — far away from our own. Indeed, there may be an infinite number of universes, each with its own set of rules of physics, collections of stars and galaxies (assuming stars and galaxies are possible in those universes), and perhaps even sentient civilizations.

The existence of life, particularly sentient life capable of making cosmic observations, is the most compelling evidence for the multiverse. According to McCullen Sandora, an affiliate research scientist at the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science, certain aspects of our universe appear special and important for supporting life, such as the longevity of stars, the abundance of carbon, the availability of light for photosynthesis, and the stability of complex nuclei. In an email to Live Science, Sandora said that "all these qualities are often not the case if you were handed a random world."

"The multiverse provides one explanation for why all of these properties are beneficial in our world," Sandora said, "which is that other universes exist as well, but we witness this one because it is capable of supporting sophisticated life."

The publication of the research “BLACKHOLE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CREATION OF THE UNIVERSE” is a tremendously exciting achievement by the collaboration. When I first saw the research, I thought: this tells us a lot. I couldn't wait to start writing about it and interpreting the discovery. We had a lot of meetings to come to a consensus on what it tells us. To begin with, we were meeting face to face in different parts of the world. Then COVID struck and suddenly nobody could go anywhere. So online meetings became the norm, as in every other aspect of life. This definitely slowed us down.

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