Aliens may have created our universe in a secret space lab, top professor claims

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OUR universe may actually be the work of aliens, according to a top scientist’s wild theory.

The mystery of what happened before the Big Bang, and ultimately how we came to exist, has long boggled experts.

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Are we simply lab rats belonging to aliens?Credit: Getty

But Professor Avi Loeb from Harvard University believes it may have all started in a secret alien lab.

He reckons we could be part of a “baby universe” created by an “advanced technological civilisation”.

Super intelligent aliens apparently pulled it off using a special technique called quantum tunnelling.

If true, this would unify the religious idea of a creator with the notion of quantum gravity.

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“Since our universe has a flat geometry with a zero net energy, an advanced civilization could have developed a technology that created a baby universe out of nothing through quantum tunnelling,” he said.

His unsettling theory also puts beings in a class system based on intelligence.

And unfortunately humans don’t come out well.

As a civilisation dependent on a star, the Sun, we’re class C.

But our smart universe creators are right up there in class A.

Should we work out a way to become independent of the Sun, we’d move up to class B.

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For now, it’s all just theory of course.

There’s no actual evidence we are simply lab rats created by distant aliens just yet.

Clever aliens are a class A civilisation, while humans are merely class C

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Clever aliens are a class A civilisation, while humans are merely class CCredit: Getty

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