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Are Blackholes Portals To A New Membrane?

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Posted by Martyn on February 19, 2004 06:46:26 UTC

I just saw the movie Nova made about the string theorie. Please do post replyies in which you try to bring me down or something, this is just a theorie of mine that came to me and 1 I thought I should share.

My theorie:
The movie made me think about black holes. We dont know where black holes leed to. Well what if they lead to a new membrane. We know that the end of a black hole is very small and massive in weight. There is another object in the universe that matches that description, our universe before the big bang. My theorie is that a blackhole sucks matter from 1 membrane to a new undeveloped membrane. When the matter (energy) at the end of the blackhole gets to big you get a big band craeting a new membrane.

My theorie in short:
A blackhole is a means so that the universe can create new membranes by sucking matter from one membrane and transporting it to another membrane.

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