Universally_thinking wrote:Knowing that a star has a 1 in 2 chance of being a black hole.
( believe it or not i came up with this theory when my aunt was driving me home i`m only 14)
batmanmg wrote:can a black hole gain too much mass?
black holes big crunch... does this theory assume that when a black hole -- the one that will be created when all the black holes combine into one big one -- gains too much mass. it explodes, or does whatever, like the big bang all over again?, or will it remain a black hole forever? also, can the gravitational pull from a black whole trap the wavefunction of a particle?... or any object?
well what if it is fed enough... can it be fed too much? and if it can't then does that mean when the universe is eventualy eaten up by the huge black hole that will likely be created at its center that that will be it... GAME OVER?
batmanmg wrote:no center? if there is expansion then there has to be a center for the expansion. otherwise its just movement. so theres that.
batmanmg wrote:WTF is the big crunch then? I hear reference after reference to this... and then i hear that the universe is expanding so anything having to do with it colapsing into a single position isn't possible. so if the universe is expanding, and isn't going to implode. what is the big crunch... Is the name ironic or something... cuz i assumed that it meant that everything would slam back into the center.
batmanmg wrote:ummm no it means neither of them are. and quite possibly there is no physcal point in our space that is the center. but a center an expansion still makes.
batmanmg wrote:you talked about the baloon. well that balloon has a center, regardless of what you say. it may not be a point in the physical universe, but its still there. if you make the radius of the baloon = 0 it becomes a point.. that point is in fact the centere.
batmanmg wrote:and im assuming that the matter isn't expanding along with the universe? or is it.
batmanmg wrote:either way. the distance between all the objects will get close enough that if there are several black holes. everthing well get sucked up into them. and each of them will get close enough to eachother that they will get sucked up into eachother. that leaves one really big black hole.. maybe not at the physical center of the universe. but its the only thing left in it.
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