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Question About BH`s & The Big Bang

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Posted by Jake (Layman) on June 22, 2000 22:39:46 UTC

As you are aware, current theories suggest that soon after the big bang, many regions of the dense primordial cloud immediatey collapsed into black holes. This, in turn, possibly influenced the process of early galaxy making; in fact, it may have been a catalyst.

My question is this: Why was the early primordial cloud irregular to begin with? Presumeably, if the big bang were a uniform natural event, the early contents of the universe would have been completely balanced, resulting in no irregularities that would have resulted in the formation of any collections of matter (such as galaxies, black holes, or even stars).

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