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Blackhole forming an new time/space continuum?

 
Anonymous Coward
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08/13/2012 05:58 PM
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Blackhole forming an new time/space continuum?
We have a theory about the creating of a universe and the big bang. There are more people out here that think this may be the answer.

This is our theory:

we all know that the universe is expanding due to the explosive effect from the big bang, but instead of slowing down, the universe is speeding up due to the effect effects of "dark energy". At some point in time the rate of expansion is so great that everything will break up into nothing (we call this the big rip)

by this time the super-massive black holes in the center of the galaxies would have either stopped consuming matter because it is simply out of reach, or has consumed all the matter in it's galaxy. All this matter is trapped within the black hole, though some theorists might theorize that this matter is spit out by white holes, through a wormhole.

This theory is about what if it is simply trapped and part of the black hole itself, like an asteroid becomes part of a planet it hits.

When the universe gets to the point when it is ripped apart by the big rip, what happens to the super-massive black holes?

The gravitational force might hold it together for much longer then other objects in space. When it is stretched to it's limit though, the matter inside might be squished out with such force that it causes the black hole to explode.
We might experience this event as being "the big bang" or a similar event. In the aftermath of the black hole exploding, all the matter is released. Being the original matter from the galaxy it was part of before. This is enough matter to create everything in the current universe.

This "could" be creating a universe similar to our current universe, but on a much smaller scale, becouse there simply is less matter to build it with.

At this point the cycle repeats creating universe after universe.

Though: this does raise the question: what happens when this event gets to the near atomic scales. and perhaps smaller.
Epicbiscuit

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08/13/2012 06:09 PM
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Re: Blackhole forming an new time/space continuum?
The universe is infinite. It only appears to be growing because of our limited technology. The universe has always been and always will be. Just like the infinite number of other universes and demensions.
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08/13/2012 06:09 PM
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Anonymous Coward (OP)
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08/13/2012 06:16 PM
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Re: Blackhole forming an new time/space continuum?
The universe is infinite. It only appears to be growing because of our limited technology. The universe has always been and always will be. Just like the infinite number of other universes and demensions.
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Einstein believed that the universe was a constant and it was there and never to be changed. This was proven wrong when there were infrared pictures taken by the Hubble telescope.
The variety in color and intensity shows us that the majority of stars in the sky are moving away from us and each other.
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08/13/2012 06:17 PM
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A theory can not be bs.
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08/14/2012 04:36 AM
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