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Re: Black Hole Endings

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Posted by Vince on September 30, 1999 21:47:19 UTC

: :Which tends to make another paradox. I am full of them. A black hole implodes and turns into a star. And then the star out runs its life and supernovas into a black hole.

: I wouldn't call this one a paradox either.

Since you seem to want a black hole paradox badly, here's one.

The Universe as we know it is believed to have started out as a point mass. A point of infinite density that began expanding with a Big Bang.

Black holes are the only objects in the known Universe to have a point mass (singularity).

So here's a few thoughts.

The Universe contracts back to the center in a Big Crunch. All matter is returned to this singularity. And time ends as it began, with everything at one point. Only thing that's changed is time.

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