What’s Pulling the Milky Way Towards It at 14-Million MPH?

Astronomers have known for years that something unknown apears to be “pulling” our Milky Way and tens of thousands of other galaxies toward itself at a breakneck 22 million kilometers (14 million miles) per hour. But they can’t pinpoint exactly what, or where it is.

One of the most fascinating discoveries of our new century may be on hand if the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) outside Geneva produces nano-blackholes. According to the best current physics, nano blackholes could not be produced with the energy levels the LHC can generate, but could only come into being if a parallel universe were providing extra gravitational pull.

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