Admit it or not, you had a time in your life when you wanted to take back the time and change something in your life. It’s difficult to comprehend the reality that time is a linear concept and time loops don’t exist.
Or does it?
A study recently published by Berkely University suggests that entering into a specific black hole can erase the past and allow you to relive your life. It further posits that it can also give you an unlimited futures.
But how is this possible?
According to NASA, “a black hole is a place in space where gravity pulls so much that even light can not get out. The gravity is so strong because the matter has been squeezed into a tiny space. This can happen when a star is dying.”
The recent study suggests that entering a dying star may give you the chance to rewind the past. However, the study was not able to pinpoint what specific black-hole you should dive in to erase your history.
However, Indy100 reports that a group of physicists has coined the term ‘cosmic censorship’ in order to explain the clash between the rules of the universe and the lawlessness of black holes.
The physicists, however, warned that although a person can be able to survive to enter a black hole, the energy during the process will ‘spaghettify’ the person. This means that a person will be divided into long, thin strings of particles – like a spaghetti.
Peter Hintz from Massachusetts Institute of Technology published a study entitled ‘Strong Cosmic Censorship In Charged Black -Hole Spacetimes: Still Subtle’ where he explored a hypothetical charged object called Ressner-Nordström-de Sitter black holes and correlates it with the cosmic censorship theory. He argues that it could be possible for the horizon and singularity to both coexist.
“As our universe expands, a black hole has in an internal push that resists gravity’s pull slightly. This means, if you survive, you could have your past wiped and live through an infinite number of futures.”
Ultimately, the researchers of the study were not able to discover how the time loop can happen when diving into a black hole; all they were able to do is suggest that it is possible. /apr