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Re: Black Holes And The Big Bang

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Posted by Al Gobeo on January 29, 2001 19:20:19 UTC

Well here I go again using my imagination and creative thinking.

But first, I have Brian Greenes book “The Elegant Universe”. I do have to admit that some of the mathematics is beyond my knowledge, but otherwise it is good reading for the average person.

Black Holes producing new universes are something that I find quite believable. One thing I would like to know is this.

Have any studies or observations (astronomical that is) that a black hole punches a hole in space and time and then pops out at another location in space and time? I’m sure you heard about this theory.

Also: Black Holes creating other universes really get my imagination going. I keep thinking that all black holes, no matter where they are in this Universe, empty into the same location, where they accumulate.
Then after a time a threshold or saturation point is reached and then all the stored mass/energy explodes into a new Universe. When this happens, all the rest of the matter and energy of this Universe is then sucked through, adding to the creation of a new Universe. I'm thinking in terms of a re-cycling Universe.

The Hindus have a concept of a Universe that is cyclical, It continuously is created and then destroyed, only to be created again

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