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I have my own hypothesis on the universe:

Black Holes are gateways to different universes. Black Holes spit out matter (matter eventually develops into planets stars etc..) on the "other" side, dark matter (current unexplained force) is also spit out from the black hole that is used as the fuel for our ever expanding universe. The number of universes are ever expanding as are black holes....however an unanswered variable to this hypothesis would be "what happens when 1 black hole eats up another black hole? Do their universes collide or join on the other side?

The universe is crazy
http://www.hulu.com/watch/239107/ted...f-a-multiverse
    
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I feel like we're playing word games though because, yes, if you want to get philosophical about it, we can't ever know anything absolutely 100%.
This isn't a nitpick or anything, I just wanted to point out there is one thing we can know for 100% certainty in philosophy and that is that I exist (or in your case you, I can't prove that you exist, but I know that I exist, you can't prove that I exist, but if you do actually exist then you know that you exist). The philosophical proof for this certainty is called the "Evil Demon Test" and was created by Descartes, it also gave rise to the "I think, therefore I am." phrase.

/philosophy

As for people nitpicking about whether anything is fact or not is irrelevant. In truth, as some have pointed out, there is no such thing as fact, but it is perfectly acceptable to regard things as facts, especially in science, otherwise it would be ridiculously tedious to communicate.
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This isn't a nitpick or anything, I just wanted to point out there is one thing we can know for 100% certainty in philosophy and that is that I exist (or in your case you, I can't prove that you exist, but I know that I exist, you can't prove that I exist, but if you do actually exist then you know that you exist). The philosophical proof for this certainty is called the "Evil Demon Test" and was created by Descartes, it also gave rise to the "I think, therefore I am." phrase.

/philosophy

As for people nitpicking about whether anything is fact or not is irrelevant. In truth, as some have pointed out, there is no such thing as fact, but it is perfectly acceptable to regard things as facts, especially in science, otherwise it would be ridiculously tedious to communicate.
Yeah I remember philosophy 101. You still can't prove that you actually exist 100%. You might be in the process of being fooled by a machine your program is running in or some "God" is fooling you. You senses could quite easily be fooling you. Our brains fail every time we look at eye illusions for instance.
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Yeah I remember philosophy 101. You still can't prove that you actually exist 100%. You might be in the process of being fooled by a machine your program is running in or some "God" is fooling you. You senses could quite easily be fooling you. Our brains fail every time we look at eye illusions for instance.
We can't know that we are human, but we can know that we exist, or else, what would the machine/god be fooling?
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Is this similar to the way Susskind described a new "bubble" universe rapidly expanding into existence in the multiverse?

Everytime I read news like this, it reminds me I haven't read a good theoretical physics book about the universe lately.
    
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Related to the Dark Matter discussion earlier:
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http://spaceweather.com/archive.php?...h=05&year=2011
When Endeavour reaches the ISS on Wednesday morning, May 18th, the crew will begin to unload the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, a $1.5 billion cosmic ray detector that could reveal the nature of dark matter and find whole galaxies made of antimatter.
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news:
it has been discovered that humans predate time; it was once thought that time began with the arrival of Jesus, but new studies and discoveries have confirmed, that humans actually existed before time began.
that time is now called BC or BCE

I wonder if time for black holes that begun before our universe will have dates added to them... BBB perhaps? (before big bang)
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So is the string theory a fact?
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Well i do know one thing.. a black hole leads to another extended universe. I know it's HUGE and non stop to go anywhere.. it takes EONS to get anywhere. That's my belief. I do believe there are other worlds that could be mirror worlds but we don't wanna bend time and space too much or we'll create a paradox but i do believe we can search farther if we had the power to do so and unfortunately we don't.

The only extreme far enough we can do is probably go far enough around our solar system with a good ship.
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it has been discovered that humans predate time; it was once thought that time began with the arrival of Jesus, but new studies and discoveries have confirmed, that humans actually existed before time began.
that time is now called BC or BCE

I wonder if time for black holes that begun before our universe will have dates added to them... BBB perhaps? (before big bang)
Makes me think visitors from space played a role in this. Why else everything else was called gods seeing something come from the sky. Could be it?
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