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Posted by Borje.H on July 12, 2000 07:47:27 UTC

When a black hole has absorbed enough mass (energy) to reach it`s critical mass, it will explode (expand) and create a local expanding universe.
If many black holes exist, sooner or later they will reach the size of their critical mass and explode.
So therefor it`s possible that many local universes exist. (At the same time).

Due to the size of our universe it will be hard to discover the others. Some day, in the future when we discover other galaxies moving toward us, this theory will be proven.

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