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Old 04-09-2008, 10:04 PM
Vertuas
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Hello all,

I was think earlier.....dangerous I know, and this though crossed my mind.

The universe started when a black hole (singularity) exploded. Time an
space began!

OK

So if there was a black hole massive enough in our own universe, and that
black hole happened to explode. Is it possible that a new universe, with
it's own space-time could be created in side our universe.

Is it then possible that our own universe is a bubble inside a bigger
universe??

Or am I two tube stops short off Daganham......Barking!







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Old 04-09-2008, 10:21 PM
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Dear Vertuas:

On Apr 9, 3:04*pm, "Vertuas" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote:

That is the standard model, right.


It remains to be seen if it was "in our Universe", whether the Big
Bang created a new one... this one.


Possibly it simply tore itself loose from the spacetime of the
Universe that contains its (former) event horizon.


"Eventually" is the answer I get. Sometime between now and the time
the black hole evaporates, the "central singularity" will / could
start a new "internal" Universe.


Possible, IMO.


Still only supposition.

Here are some more:

Hawking radiation is the BH evaporating. The number of particles that
don't make it out greatly outnumber the ones that do. Does that mean
the interior particles fall from the event horizon back to the
"internal" Universe multiple times? Does this mean that your left and
right hands are the same electrons and protons making two separate
trips across the horizon?

If the event horizon is just the far side of the "interior" Universe's
Big Bang, does all the light infalling across the event horizon look
like our CMBR?

Since we are going crazy...

David A. Smith
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Old 04-10-2008, 02:35 AM
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| I was think earlier.....dangerous I know, and this though crossed my mind.
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| The universe started when a black hole (singularity) exploded. Time an
| space began!

If you believe everything you see then this pencil is broken.
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If you believe anything you hear then you are a rumour-spreading fool.
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Old 04-20-2008, 03:43 PM
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The pubic is so foolish to believe all this black hole stuff.

The BIG BANG THEORY is nothing more than
Mommy and Daddy getting together for a "big bang"
that may or may not bring another universe into existance.
Right now we have something like 6 billion or more
big bangs on this earth alone that all want a good standard of living
and thats the real trouble with and not the oil running out.


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