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Posted by SuperCujo/">SuperCujo on February 16, 2000 22:58:46 UTC

Hi all,

I was watching a documentary about black holes last night and I had a thought. On the show they stated that all matter is destroyed at the singularity. I find it hard to believe a minuscule point could contain the mass of a star.

And because matter can become energy, and vice versa, wouldn't the matter be converted to energy?

If that is so, at the singularity there is a huge energy situation, isn't this what is believed to be the start of the big bang.

What if the universe did not have just one big bang, what if it had many? The first big bang could have produced a massive galaxy, then a massive star collapsed and sucked in everything from around it over billions of years, then when the energy reached the point to create another big bang., it created more super galaxies, and so on, till now.

And because the galaxies are getting smaller and further apart the chances of this happening is getting smaller and smaller.

If this is not feasible, please explain.

Thanks SuperCujo

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