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“Before enlightenment; chop wood, carry water. After enlightenment; chop wood, carry water.” ~Zen proverb Post written by Leo Babauta. the zen of doing | Zen Habits
SExpand The current explanation of the universe's origins relies on clumsy assumptions and can't explain most subatomic particles. A small tweak to general relativity solves these problems - and seemingly proves the universe must have come from a black hole elsewhere. As it stands right now, the explanation for the universe's beginnings is built around a combination of Einstein's general relativity and observation of the ancient universe. Mixing these two theories together creates some problems - for instance, the universe is impossibly large according to its current rate of expansion, so astrophysicists have to invoke the idea of inflation, in which the early universe expanded at a tremendous rate within the first second after the Big Bang. General relativity, however, can't explain inflation, so another theory is required to account for it. Was our universe born inside a black hole in another universe?
By Claire Bates Updated: 07:38 GMT, 27 September 2010 Relaxing with a cup of tea and sharing a joke with a crowd of admiring women - these are the rarely seen intimate portraits of Adolf Hitler at the height of his power. The snapshots of the dictator were taken between 1936 and 1945 as the Nazi party strengthened its grip on Germany and then waged war against its European neighbours. Hitler at home: Rare photographs show how the Nazi leader relaxed while he waged war
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