Professor Brian Cox baffles This Morning viewers with the bizarre theory that the universe ‘may not be the way we see it’ and suggests that all humans are actually HOLOGRAMS
- Brian Cox, 53, has left This Morning viewers with more questions than answers today
- Appeared on the show to promote the new live tour Horizons: A 2021 Space Odyssey
- Shocking claim that we could be ‘all holograms’ without any explanation
Professor Brian Cox left This Morning viewers scratch their heads today after making a bizarre claim that humans “ might be holograms. ”
The British physicist, 53, appeared on the program to promote his new live tour Horizons: A 2021 Space Odyssey, which will explore in-depth questions such as how the universe began.
While discussing the role of black holes in the evolution of the universe, Brian argued that the universe “ may not be at all as we see it ” and suggested that we could all be holograms – but he couldn’t elaborate before host Ruth Langsford said it. universe. call up.
Viewers were unsurprisingly confused by the theory, with one calling the moment the “ best thing to happen ” on the show so far, while another joked that someone should come and “ turn them off. ”
Professor Brian Cox left This Morning viewers scratch their heads today after surprising claim that we ‘may all be holograms’
The British physicist, 53, said the ‘universe may not be at all as we see it’ – but gave no other explanation before host Ruth Langsford quickly continued the conversation
The scientist says his new tour will explore humanity’s biggest questions, such as ‘why does the universe exist?’ and what the “fundamental nature of reality is.”
“The remarkable thing is that we’re starting to get answers,” said Brian. “We don’t have all the answers … Look at black holes. You think, “What do they have to do with the universe and nature?” But I’ll just say the answer and what we start to expect. ‘
He continued, “By studying it and answering the questions Stephen Hawking asked over 50 years ago, we’ve come to the conclusion – and I’ll just say it out loud and then stop – that we might be holograms. .
“That the universe may not be the way we see it at all.”
Viewers got pretty confused by the theory, with one calling the moment the ‘best thing to happen so far’ on the show, while another joking that someone should come and ‘turn them off’
Host Ruth, 61, was stunned by the claim and said to Brian, ‘You are stunned now. I was never good at science at school and I try very hard to follow you and stay with you, but that is amazing. ‘
As the segment drew to a close, Ruth brought up the topic again and said to the professor, “Brian, it’s always fascinating to talk to you, baffling, I’m thinking now, am I a hologram?” to which Brian quickly replied, “Yes, probably.”
Viewers were baffled by the theory, which came with no other explanation, with one writing: Full on called Ruth a hologram! Love it’
Astonished viewers were desperate for an explanation, asking, ‘As if @ProfBrianCox just said we’re holograms on This Morning.’
Another teased, ‘Yup. Holograms would explain my ghosting boyfriend, lol. ‘
‘I’m a great hologram … Can someone please come and turn me off? Cheers, ”another user quipped.
A fourth Twitter user found the moment hilarious, writing, ‘ProfBrianCox is the best thing that has happened (personally) on #thismorning so far.’