The whole Big Bang Theory is a myth, there was another universe: Nobel laureate Roger Penrose

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 Nobel laureate Roger Penrose on Big Bang
Nobel laureate Roger Penrose on Big Bang

London : Big Bang was not the start of the universe, in fact it was the end of one which was present their already, said Nobel laureate Roger Penrose. He also mentioned that there are significant evidences to prove his saying in the outer space.

Roger Penrose, who is currently associated with the Oxford University, was awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics on Tuesday for his research on black holes.

In its citation, the Royal Swedish Academy of Science said Roger Penrose was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics "for the discovery that black hole formation is a robust prediction of the general theory of relativity".

After winning the prestigious award, Penrose told The Telegraph (UK) that "Big Bang was not the start of the universe".

"There was something before the Big Bang and that something is what we will have in our future," he said, according to The Telegraph.

He added, "We have a universe that expands and expands, and all mass decays away, and in this crazy theory of mine, that remote future becomes the Big Bang of another aeon."

According to Roger Penrose, the Big bang actually "began with something which was the remote future of a previous aeon".

"There would have been similar black holes evaporating away, via Hawking evaporation, and they would produce these points in the sky, that I call Hawking Points. We are seeing them. These points are about eight times the diameter of the Moon and are slightly warmed up regions. There is pretty good evidence for at least six of these points," he said.