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Re: At The Beginning

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Posted by David Tate/">David Tate on January 13, 1998 15:02:44 UTC

: I am trying to understand something. At the beginning : right before the big bang, why did that point of : singularity not cause a blackhole? The matter was dense : enough, to warp the space around it. Where can I find : more theories on this?

Well, I can try to answer this one...

That singularity was infact a black hole. one that, if the theory is true, contained all the matter and light we see in our current universe. I think the experts on this will also say that it contained all the time and space as well, all in that one singularity

Joe might be able to explain this better than me.

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