Academians from the University of Nottingham have suggested that an invisible space wall formed by hypotetical symmetrirons pushing the fifth force may shed light on the origin of the Universe.
The cosmos had grown faster than it should have, with physicists dubbing the factor responsible 'dark energy.' But there is a possibility that the Universe may start shrinking ‘remarkably’ fast, forcing the cosmos to collapse in a ‘big crunch,' according to a new study.
It is amusing to imagine other worlds with humanoid lifeforms "singing, dancing, and telling tales" in the same way that we do on Earth. There is also a possibility that humans might be all over the universe, according to some scientists.
The theory proposed by some scientists who believe there could be an ‘anti-universe’ next to ours where time runs backwards is quite odd to say the least. But there is a lot out there in the universe that we humans are yet to explore.