posted on Nov, 7 2002 @ 12:31 AM
No if that were the case, then all the properties of black holes would be none-existant....remember for every 2 amounts of mass a black hole absorbs,
it releases 2 and re-absorbs one. So consequently a black hole is evaporating, and it is actually postulated that we've been creating VERY short
lived and very faint black holes, EVERY time we smash atoms.
That "another universe" black hole crap is getting old and annoying, other then it's sever drag on the space time continuim, black holes have
little effect on their surroundings (a black hole with the same mass as a star can't grab anything further then 900 miles with it's gravitational
feild, where as a star can have gravitational effects on objects many 100,000s of thousands of miles.)
Besides, if we were IN a black hole, I think we'd have noticed it by now....for one, we are expanding, we'd BE the singularity...two we'd be
gaining mass, which we aren't...and there would be a signifigant amount of matter being destroyed in our universe...also which isn't happening.