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Posted by WesleyN on August 7, 2000 09:04:29 UTC

If a blackholes mass and therefore it`s gravitational pull; event horizon etc. increase, over enough time, won`t blackholes swallow other blackholes, increasing their `power` greatly until there is one great BH left, and then this after enough time becoming unstable due to its own decay, explode creating big bang 2?

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