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The Big Crunch

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Posted by on July 21, 2000 05:57:03 UTC

in the event of a big crunch, as the matter is being drawn back to a point in space, the distance between stars,galaxies etc,is decreasing.
wouldnt then the black holes in existance be able to eat the matter at an increasing rate?
if so, black holes would be eating more and more (prehaps even eating other black holes) untill their is no matter left to form the big crunch!
(it has all been eaten by black holes)
wouldnt their be left only one all matter black hole with a singlarty consisting of all the matter in the universe?
would then this black holes gravitational force prehaps be enough to rip itself appart?
which in turn would become another big bang?
i would like to hear from some one who can tell me if their has been anything written about this,
and any other bits an peices relating to it.
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