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Event Horizon The Size Of Our Universe

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Posted by radientbeing on March 15, 1999 23:13:15 UTC

Black holes with an event horizon the size of our universe would have a low density within the event horizon and thus we could be living in a giant black hole. If the space time event horizon is in expansion from the big bang but with a residual massive black hole equating the event horizon computation equal to the size of the universe; the universe would appear as it does to us today. Comments

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