‘You’d think’ he was a ‘genius’ who could solve the mystery of how life on Earth evolved
Posted On July 6, 2021
A mystery of life on earth has been solved, after a scientist who is the world’s leading authority on the theory of life in the universe announced he had cracked it.
The discovery was made by Professor Peter Hanson, a member of the International Centre for Advanced Study (ICAS), in Switzerland.
The institute, which is a joint venture between the US National Science Foundation (NSF) and the UK’s Department of Education, says it is the first time it has had such a major breakthrough.
Professor Hanson says the universe is made up of five fundamental parts: the Big Bang, the Big Crunch, the Universe, the Cosmos and the Multiverse.
“All five are part of a single, unified whole, and this unified whole is our Universe,” he said in a statement.
“This unified whole has been around since the Big bang.”
When we observe the Big Big Bang and the Big Crunches, we know that the Universe was one big place.
“The Big Bang happened 13.8 billion years ago.
It’s believed the universe began with just a few particles of matter and radiation, before expanding into a gigantic black hole and galaxies that are now billions of light years across.
The Big Crunch occurred 10 billion years after the Big Flood.
It is a theory which explains how our universe began, and is based on the idea that when matter was first created, the cosmos was filled with gas and dark energy.”
It’s a theory that says that the cosmos must have been a little bit different from what we see now,” Professor Hanson said.”
If you were to look back at the Big Universe, you would find that it had an even bigger mass than it is now, and you would also find that there was a lot more dark energy, which means there must have had a lot of energy to create the Universe.
“The multiverse theory of how the Universe works was first proposed by the US scientist Carl Sagan in 1975, but it was not confirmed until 2012.”
For the first decade or so, it was a little controversial, and then it really became mainstream,” Professor Hansson said.
Professor Hansson says that it is very important for the multiverse to be understood, because if it is ignored, we might not understand how life began.”
I think there are a number of reasons for that,” he told BBC News.”
The Big Bunch theory is one of them.
“What I’ve been trying to do is make the multiverses more complex.”
That’s because if you don’t understand the Big Batteries theory of what’s going on, then it makes it very hard to understand how the Big Stuff works.
“Scientists have now been able to create new mathematical models of the Big One.”
You can have an idea that we’re trying to create a new multiverse, and that multiverse is based around the Big Theory of Everything,” Professor Peter Hansson told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.”
We know that, and we have been able, through simulations, to create these models.
“There’s a number that I’m particularly excited about.
That is a multiverse where everything was made out of one single substance.”