According to the theory of relativity, the geometric properties of space depend on the distribution of matter in it. Thus, near the very large masses, space is curved, and the light rays begin to propagate along closed lines. No particle, no signal can overcome a huge attraction and break out from within such a formation, for example, a black hole, out. Space as it were "slammed shut". This phenomenon was called gravitational collapse. Can stable collapsed formations exist not only in space, but also in the microcosm - the so-called micro-universes?

Can stable collapsed formations exist not only in space, but also in the microcosm - the so-called micro-universes?

It is very difficult to detect microbial populations by experimental means. Therefore, for today, these are only hypothetical entities. Calculations show that for the appearance of a microcollapse, for example, a mass of the order of 10-5 r should have a radius of the order of 10-33 cm, which is many times smaller than the electron radius. The density of such an education will be truly monstrous - in every cubic centimeter 1095 r! Particles that are inside such a micro-universes would not move along straight lines, but along closed trajectories, without going beyond their surface.

Since the collapsed micro-population does not experience gravitational interactions with the surrounding masses, and their dimensions are much smaller than the sizes of elementary particles, they are able to freely penetrate through the ordinary substance. Therefore, the micro-universes can exist inside a solid, in a liquid, and in interplanetary space.

There is a hypothesis that the micro-population are included in the composition of protons and neutrons, as the central nuclei of these particles. According to another hypothesis, the micro-populations are nothing more than quarks - fundamental particles with fractional electric charges, of which many elementary particles are built.

Scientists have hypothesized that ordinary elementary particles are nothing more than an observable part of such micro-universes. These particles with a very high frequency, so to speak, periodically "protrude" from their microbodies and hide back.

But since the mass of the unobservable substance enclosed in the microclasses is many times larger than the mass of "observable" particles emerging from it, this can mean that the unobservable mass of our Metagalaxy is many times greater than the observed mass. How can I explain this?

According to scientists, the superdense matter of the Metagalaxy was just in the state of gravitational collapse before the expansion began, that is, it represented a giant micro-population. When superdense matter somehow broke through the shackles of gravity and began to expand, among the fragments of the giant explosion were clusters of matter themselves in a state of collapse that did not have time to react, and in the process of expansion, such zones could arise where the substance is unusually strong Compressed, and there were new micro-universes. The possibility that microbreds are formed in our time due to fluctuations of the gravitational field is not ruled out.

At one time, some physicists and astrophysicists came to the conclusion that the expanding universe must be continuously replenished with matter. Such a source of replenishment of the universe by new elementary particles and can be micro-universes.

According to the hypothesis, interacting with ordinary particles, the micro-population should from time to time "open up", throwing out a number of elementary particles that were before in a hidden, elusive form.

From all that has been said, it can be assumed that the whole of our universe is nothing more than a giant micro-universe, outside of which there are many other similar ones possessing infinitely diverse properties...