The JWST Discovers Something Disturbing At The Edge of the Universe

The James Webb Telescope continues its journey through the cosmos, showing us some incredible things about the universe, from its far reaches to our own home, where it has already observed all the gas giant planets: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. But what few expected is that it would revolutionize some concepts we had about the edge of the universe that we thought we understood. And now, nobody can explain it. We will take a new look at the recent discoveries of the James Webb Telescope and we will see a new mystery that has emerged at the edge of the universe.

These new findings have once again left us with more questions than answers. This is something very curious because we expected to find answers to some questions with the James Webb but what we got were more and more questions. Gigantic things are appearing at the edge of the universe that shouldn't be there, and colossal black holes at the dawn of creation that we don't know where they came from.


At nearly 40 light-years away, the James Webb examines TRAPPIST-1b and TRAPPIST-1c. We have one of the most incredible planetary systems discovered in recent times called TRAPPIST-1, where there are seven Earth-like planets, some of them in the habitable zone. The James Webb had examined the closest planet to the red dwarf star TRAPPIST-1, which is TRAPPIST-1b. The Webb Telescope has discovered that this planet reaches very high temperatures, up to 230 degrees Celsius. We have also seen that it is unlikely to have an atmosphere, which definitely leaves TRAPPIST-1b, the planet closest to that red dwarf star, in a state similar to Mercury in our solar system. In other words, we are talking about a planet with very little likelihood of supporting life. However, the Webb recently also provided us with data about TRAPPIST-1c, the next planet. Many scientists thought that TRAPPIST-1c would be another Earth-like planet, more similar to Venus. However, when the James Webb examined that planet, it discovered that it was not like Venus. However, the Webb's measurements revealed that TRAPPIST-1c has a daytime temperature of approximately 100 degrees Celsius, and in the nighttime or intermediate zone, temperatures could even drop below zero degrees Celsius. What the James Webb has shown is that TRAPPIST-1c does not seem to have an atmosphere, so the planet would be like another Mercury, but colder. 


Supernova SN 2004et

The James Webb Telescope is also examining the supernova SN 2004et, where an incredible hexagonal halo has been observed, produced, according to NASA, by the temperature of stellar dust. But there are also images of one of the most well-known and incredible nebulae, the Orion Nebula, and pay attention because there were surprises there. These images from the James Webb Space Telescope reveal the Orion bar in the Orion Nebula, where stellar radiation interacts with molecular clouds. One of those very strange clouds, by the way, has a multitude of young stars forming planets like Earth. Who knows what forms of life exist in those places because precisely in that area, the James Webb detected carbon-based compounds essential for life, and it found them in areas where it is believed that planetary systems are forming.


Gigantic Black Holes Where They Shouldn't Be!

If we have to talk about the most recent and incredible discoveries made by the James Webb, we must inevitably talk about black holes. When the Webb was examining the edge of the universe, it not only found galaxies that should not exist according to current scientific models but also discovered excessively large stars. And now, it has also found very peculiar black holes. Just 440 million years after the Big Bang, the Webb Telescope found the largest stars in the universe. Just 440 million years! Imagine, our Sun is more than 4 billion years old, and these stars are much larger than our Sun. Specifically, they are 10,000 times larger than our Sun, and they were already formed 400 million years after the Big Bang. In fact, it is unthinkable for such monsters to form so early. But when they examined the black holes, they observed the same thing. Take a look at the very distant galaxy called Thers 1019. The Webb detected a colossal black hole there, with an age of only 570 million years after the Big Bang. That black hole has a mass equivalent to 9 million times our Sun, which means it is as if that black hole had swallowed 9 million suns. In fact, many people wondered how galaxies could have formed so early in the early universe. How were these large stars and black holes formed so early.  

The more we look at the distant universe with powerful telescopes, the more questions arise instead of answers. A Polish scientist named Nicodem Blaski from Indiana University in the United States has proposed an interesting theory. He believes that the universe emerged from a black hole, and before this universe, there was another one where matter and energy collapsed, rotating like a funnel. He explains it with two water bottles. In the upper bottle, which would represent the black hole, the matter that makes up the entire universe would fall, rotating in the black hole, generating a whirlpool, and fall to the other side, creating a baby universe. Then, everything would expand, and a new universe would be born, perhaps rotating. This would explain why everything in the universe rotates. It would also explain why there are such massive black holes so early, as they would manage to pass through the funnel since matter in a black hole is compressed just like in a funnel. It would also provide a solution to the apparent madness that inside a black hole, there is infinite density in zero volume. It would also explain how the universe emerged from nothing. It would also explain the fast growth of the universe at the beginning than later. AND it would also explain the observations made by the James Webb at the edge of the universe. Its an interesting theory to consider. It is only a theory that is not yet supported but it is a fairly valid theory that explains many things. We will see if Popplausky is right in the end.

It makes me wonder. What if the accelerating expansion of the universe is caused by another massive black hole, swallowing it all and repeating the cycle once again.