While writing on my article about the young Moon Europa, near Jupiter, I got so much information in my brain, that wasn’t to be used in that article. It was information about a more explaining theory from my article about the Start of the Universe (Re-written as The Beginning of Life). Because in the end of the 70 billion years that are mentioned for that base, it all goes over into a new base. And as many people might have thought: “How do you get such an enormous amount of galaxies into a new base?”
Our galaxy was one of the first galaxies that started its existence. And they started to grow on groups of 24. So our family counts 24 galaxies. But we are just a quarter of a bigger family.
24 x 4 = 96 galaxies in one big family, let’s call it form 1.
Form 1 is a part of another quarter which makes 2,304 x 4 = 9,216 galaxies. Let’s call that form 2.
You won’t believe it but form 2 is a quarter of a bigger family: 24 x 9,216 = 221,184 x 4 = 994,736 and so we have form 3.
But it’s not quite right to make this kind of calculation, because there are black holes in every galaxy, which absorbs everything that comes near them. Lucky for me Leonard Susskind did already prove with his mighty brain, that a black hole does keep the information inside from everything it does absorb. It would be senseless if a black hole just absorbs things without keeping the information.
We are going to make a cake. Lot of mess in the kitchen from eggs and flour. After the cake is in the oven we start cleaning the kitchen. Everything you throw away will keep the information of what it was. So eggshells and some flour. When we look in the bin, we will see those eggshells and some flour and we know it was from making a cake.
So you can see a black hole as a kind of bin. In every galaxy there are at least three black holes and nice to know is that when they meet each other they won’t absorb but merge.
By these black holes also galaxies disappear and they merge together with other black holes. But there are also galaxies which explode (super Nova) or implode – absorbed by a black hole. It might be possible to figure out how fast these events will happen in the period of less than 16 billion years to get one big black hole with all the information of the galaxies. That black hole will be the base of a new Universe and I might think it won’t be as enormous as we see now. Evolution does learn to get more and more information into a smaller object. We humans are just a tiny part of this evolution.
It’s funny to know that it all started with nothing and all the knowledge and evolutions will end in a black hole consisting all ever happened and existed. So finally from 221,184 or more we get 1.