Is the uncanny image of an unidentified object taken over Netherlands be the first ever photo of a wormhole or portal to another dimension?
Dutch camera-toting Harry Perton was snapping stormy evening skies in his homeland Groningen, when he fired the shutter at a flash in the horizon, that some people believe may be a wormhole, akin to a black hole.
Wormhole in physics is a mysterious hypothetical scientific theory that there is a gateway in space-time to another part of the universe or dimension.
When he took the picture, Perton did not at first realize he captured something extraordinary, believing the flash to be lightening.
Upon reviewing the shots at home, he saw the strange semi-translucent thing shaped like an inverted jellyfish or toadstool.
Though it is not the first UFO shaped like a jellyfish captured on camera, it’s the clearest so far.
A frenzy of speculation ensued after it was posted online, including whether it may be an evidence of wormholes, alien visit or a religious warning.
A commenter said, “That’s a portal, it allows a craft to travel from one end of the universe to the other in a matter of seconds. Someone made a mistake when entering our system and basically got caught. What you’re seeing is a craft entering not leaving.”
“It’s a wormhole,” another deduced.
While some speculated it may be the restarting of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at twice its original power.
The LHC is a large atom smasher apparatus scientists use to unlock the universe’s secrets that includes the existence of parallel universes.
Though critics fear it has tampered too much with the laws of physics, creating a wormhole or man made black hole.
Other online posts guessed it probably was a sonic fighter jet boom, or even a mark of the Second coming.
However, the majority of the posters offered a mundane reason that it was only a lens flare as the camera was pointed towards the sun.
Perton is skeptical, believing it was probably a meteorological trick of light.