Doors in the Universe


“Gravitational waves open doors to our
understanding of the universe.”

In February 2016, LIGO, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-
Wave observatory reported finding for the first time ever,
gravitational waves. These waves are produced in space-time when
massive objects move. This historic signal was produced by a pair
of black holes roughly 1.3 billion light-years away, orbiting each
other and then merging into a single black hole.

At first, the resulting bigger black hole was lumpy instead of
round, and getting rid of the lumps caused it to emit more
gravitational waves. It then settled into a sphere and grew quiet.

There is much theorizing about if anything exists after you go
through a black hole: an alternate universe or nothing. Also, under
Einstein's theory of general relativity, gravity can bend time. This
leads to the idea that the space-time continuum could be folded.
This would allow for faster than light time travel and possibly even
time travel.
My series of doors represent these concepts. You can look at
them on the wall, walk around others and spin the bowls.