Astrophysicists have discovered conclusive evidence for the existence of a cosmic cycle.
Sir Roger Penrose, a distinguished physics and astrophysics professor at Oxford University, has revealed that our universe is the latest in an infinite sequence of universes that birth and die in an unending cycle.
Professor Penrose, emeritus, has provided a solution to the issue, “What was before the big bang?” through his research.
Sir Roger Penrose claims that the events that occurred in the universe before this one, a universe destroyed 14 billion years ago, are still visible in our one.
Professor Penrose and other astrophysics researchers made these discoveries while researching cosmic background radiation, which was found in 1960 and is radiation that has existed since the beginning of our universe, including radiation created by the Big Bang.
Before our universe, there was another universe with supermassive black holes that absorbed all of the stuff in the universe over billions of years and finally vanished, leaving behind what is known as Hawking radiation, which was discovered by the great Stephen Hawking.
According to astronomers and quantum physicists, the world arose from nothing due to unusual and yet unknown quantum physics principles.