What if the time part of the equation the space-time continuum to literally eliminate? One recent study may suggests that time is slowly disappearing from our Universe and one day will evaporate completely. New radical theory may explain a cosmological mystery that fooling scientists for many years.
Previously, scientists measured the light of distant exploding stars to show that the universe is expanding, and the pace of this expansion is growing. Scientists have suggested that these supernovae fly apart faster than the universe is aging. Physicists have also concluded that a kind of antigravity force must breed the galaxy in hand, and began to call this unknown force "dark energy."
The idea that time itself can disappear over billions of years — and everything will stop — was proposed in 2009 by professors Jose Senovilla, Marc Mars and Raul Vera from the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao and the University of Salamanca in Spain. The consequence of this drastic movement of time itself to an end is an alternative explanation for "dark energy" — the mysterious antigravitational force that has been proposed to explain some cosmic phenomena.
However, to this day no one knows what dark energy really is and where it comes from. Professor Senovilla and his colleagues offered an incredible alternative. Scientists have proposed to exclude such a thing as dark energy at all and again to reconsider our views. According to Senovilla, we deceive ourselves into thinking that the universe is expanding, when in fact that time slows down. On a daily level, this slowdown is imperceptible. But if you track the course of the Universe over billions of years, cosmic scale, everything will become obvious. This change will be infinitely slow, from a human point of view, but from the point of view of cosmology, which study the light of ancient suns that shone billions of years ago, it can be easily measured.
The proposal of a group of scientists published in the journal Physical Review D, eliminates dark energy as fiction. Instead, Senovilla explains the appearance of acceleration gradual slowing of time itself.
"We are not saying that the expansion of the Universe is itself an illusion, explains the physicist. — We believe that an illusion can be the acceleration of this expansion is, in turn, does not negate the existence of extensions that [for us] is stepping up your pace".
If time gradually slows "but we naively continue to use his equations to determine changes in the rate of expansion relative to the normal flow of time, the simple model demonstrated in our work shows an efficient acceleration of expansion."