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Originally posted by icepack
reply to post by Octagon
the gravitational forces inside a black hole are extreme. no life possible. imo.
Originally posted by zonetripper2065
Mind = blown
so is there universes within universes?
why do we exist in these big cyclones in the first place?
Originally posted by HolographicPrincipal
So. Please be understanding, as I am not a cosmologist, but...
Okay. So say a black hole is actually a sphere. The event horizon is the invisible force around it. Could the sphere then be the universe? So if, over time, a black hole becomes larger by consuming matter, and the more matter it consumes, the more it expands. Wouldn't this jive with the whole expansion/speeding up of the universe?
(Just throwing that out there. Feel free to school me if this would never be possible)
Originally posted by 4chi11e
Our universe contains much more mass than any observable black hole. To me that means that if this theory is correct, our space/time fabric is much smaller than the parent universe.
So for example, if a small rock passes though a black hole, it is squashed into pure energy, then coalesces into say a solar system on the other side. On the other hand, if we were to pass up through the parent singularity, things would be dark since photons would be like the size of golf balls!
Idk, that's just how I always imagined it.