The debate over creation is one that has been around since the beginning of time. Some say God, some say science. But what about other intelligent life? Is it possible that they created our universe?
While this notion may sound outlandish and completely irrational, there is actually quite a bit of logical evidence to back it up. All it would take to create a universe is a particle accelerator only slightly more powerful than the Large Hadron Collider.
When the LHC was fired up in 2008, there was controversy over whether or not it would create a black hole that would swallow the earth; which is not likely to happen. Although the LHC can, and does, create black holes, they are tiny and only exist for a fraction of a second. However, it is widely believed that black holes are pathways into other universes; the cosmic highways of a “multiverse”. Furthermore, gravity has negative energy, meaning it takes no energy to create a black hole, ere go, it takes no energy to create a universe.
Although these black holes created within particle accelerators are tiny, the fact that gravity has negative energy allows them to expand in their own dimensions, without engulfing our own. This expansion is what happened during the Big Bang. Our Universe exploded from a single point (a singularity), began to expand, and is still expanding as you read this article.
So, is it possible to create a universe? Yes, it is. But that does not mean that if our universe was created by another race of intelligent beings that we as humans were necessarily created by them. All that they would have to do is create the universe, let mother nature run her course, and before you know it, another intelligent race is working towards the same type of technology that created them. Sounds like a nice, full circle story, doesn’t it?
Source: For more information on this subject, check out Are We Living In A Designer Universe?by John Gibbon.