Astrophysicist spoke about finding a message from the creator of the universe

(ORDO NEWS) — The hypothesis that there is a potential message from the creator of the universe was first put forward in 2006 by Steven Xu and Anthony Zee.

Astrophysicist Michael Hippke decided to try to search for this mysterious message in cosmic microwave radiation. It is also called relict. Experts believe that it appeared 380 thousand years after the Big Bang and it is still in the Universe to this day.

Due to the fact that the early Universe was not homogeneous, different variants of its density can be fixed using the minimal temperature fluctuations of the CMB. Hippke made binary bitstreams with these changes. Scientists believe that the message from the Creator may be hidden precisely in the relic radiation. This is explained by the fact that only representatives of more technically advanced civilizations can see the message.

Xu and Zi argue that any civilization in space can decipher the message in the CMB without any problems. But the astrophysicist noted that the CMB is gradually cooling down. At the same time, as our Universe grows old, the relic radiation will become invisible and then it will completely disappear. In addition, it is not a fact that the message will look the same for absolutely all observers if they are located at different ends of the Universe. For example, humanity may not register the CMB due to the fact that the radiation from the Milky Way will interfere with this. It is also worth considering the fact that only a small area of ​​space will be available for the study of the CMB.

Xu and Zi state that the size of the message can reach several thousand bits. But the above Hippke arguments suggest that the “message of the Creator” will be much smaller. After the research, he added that due to the fact that no coincidences were found in the bit streams, it can be concluded that there is no direct message in the CMB.


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