Sir Roger Penrose claims our Universe has been through multiple Big Bangs, with more coming — a claim that is not widely accepted within the cosmology community.
Roger Penrose, the 2020 Nobel Prize winner in physics, claims the universe goes through cycles of death and rebirth. According to the scientist, there have been multiple Big Bangs, with more on the way. He also claims that black holes hold clues to the existence of previous universes. These claims are extremely controversial and are not widely accepted in the cosmology community.
Sir Roger Penrose, a mathematician and physicist from the University of Oxford who shared the Nobel Prize in physics in 2020, claims our universe has gone through multiple Big Bangs, with another one coming in our future.
Penrose received the Nobel for his working out mathematical methods that proved and expanded Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity, and for his discoveries on black holes, which showed how objects that become too dense undergo gravitational collapse into singularities – points of infinite mass.