Universe dark AKA black matter explained

When I was lying in my bed, between wake and sleep,

the thought occurred to me.

The visible universe, including Earth, sun, stars, and galaxies are made of protons, neutrons, and electrons bundled together into atoms. Perhaps one of the most surprising discoveries of the 20th century was that this ordinary matter makes up less than 5 percent of the mass of the universe. The 95 percent we can’t see and explain. The so called dark matter.What if this black matter is just a manifestation of the multiverse. When you think about multiverse your might think about separate realities. Separate things, like cubes stack on each other. What if the universe in the multiverse is not separate but entangled with the other multiverses. And black matter is nothing more than the manifestation of other universes entangled with ours. This would also explain the big bang. Let’s assume that universes don’t exist in the same space and time fabric. So we don’t feel the gravity of the other universes and we can’t detect it. So we call it black matter. But sometimes the entanglement of multiple universes gets so intens  that time and space of those universes  come together and gravity will get a hold  with so much mass that it will explode.  Creating a new universe.

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