John Reynolds posted: –
Setup- lately I’m partial to the idea that our universe originated from a black hole in another universe. I know this idea has been offered before, but I don’t know how reputable or not it is among physicists. It seems to make sense- black holes end and the big bang began, with a singularity, a place where the laws break down and parameters approach or equal infinity. While evidence from other universes or beyond singularities may be unobtainable, even in principal, several popular mathematical models support a multiverse. So the question is- does anyone have a good reason, other than lack of evidence, to doubt the hypothesis that our big bang was another universe’s black hole?