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Bob Will
07-05-2015, 01:32 AM
I was just laying in bed thinking of random stuff,and decided to post what I thought.
Black holes pull matter into the singularity I was thinking it would tear it quark by quark into basic matter, which would be converted to dark matter and cause back hole expansion, eventually the black hole would get so massive that all the matter in the universe was devoured. After that the Massive black hole would start to shrink and pull the universe inside it as well till the point where it touches the singularity. At this point the black hole would continue to devour itself till the point where the matter, the universe, and dark matter explodes outward violently, thus making the universe.
This could allow the process to continue, and means the amount of matter in the universe is a set number.

Although it is a little far fetched, who knows :P

hodotd
07-05-2015, 01:34 AM
PHYYYYYYYYYSICSSSSSSSSS

Mark Chong
07-05-2015, 01:38 AM
Who knows if there is another dimension where that have never happened

Bob Will
07-05-2015, 02:24 AM
Who knows if there is another dimension where that have never happened

So a universe that is not a universe?

BlaZinG
07-05-2015, 02:29 AM
I was just laying in bed thinking of random stuff,and decided to post what I thought.
Black holes pull matter into the singularity I was thinking it would tear it quark by quark into basic matter, which would be converted to dark matter and cause back hole expansion, eventually the black hole would get so massive that all the matter in the universe was devoured. After that the Massive black hole would start to shrink and pull the universe inside it as well till the point where it touches the singularity. At this point the black hole would continue to devour itself till the point where the matter, the universe, and dark matter explodes outward violently, thus making the universe.
This could allow the process to continue, and means the amount of matter in the universe is a set number.

Although it is a little far fetched, who knows :P

Invalid
07-05-2015, 02:38 AM
I was just laying in bed thinking of random stuff,and decided to post what I thought.
Black holes pull matter into the singularity I was thinking it would tear it quark by quark into basic matter, which would be converted to dark matter and cause back hole expansion, eventually the black hole would get so massive that all the matter in the universe was devoured. After that the Massive black hole would start to shrink and pull the universe inside it as well till the point where it touches the singularity. At this point the black hole would continue to devour itself till the point where the matter, the universe, and dark matter explodes outward violently, thus making the universe.
This could allow the process to continue, and means the amount of matter in the universe is a set number.

Although it is a little far fetched, who knows :P

Mind at day: potato tomato

Mind at night: this

GummiBear64
07-05-2015, 02:39 AM
I got lost at bed.

bigjohn
07-05-2015, 02:58 AM
Yeah this is actually a real origin theory. I really like this one and can see it as plausible, but at the same time unlikely. I think we need to learn more about the nature of black holes before expanding on this theory, but seen as we might never be able to completely understand them (or even understand them more than we do now), this theory won't be able to be solid.

Bob Will
07-05-2015, 03:02 AM

Mark Chong
07-05-2015, 03:02 AM
So a universe that is not a universe?

A replica of the universe before it was destroyed, WoopWoop!

Bob Will
07-05-2015, 03:07 AM
Mind at day: potato tomato

Mind at night: this

And I would be one of the few to remember it :P

Bob Will
07-05-2015, 03:21 AM
Yeah this is actually a real origin theory. I really like this one and can see it as plausible, but at the same time unlikely. I think we need to learn more about the nature of black holes before expanding on this theory, but seen as we might never be able to completely understand them (or even understand them more than we do now), this theory won't be able to be solid.

So there are theories like this one?

craft3d
07-05-2015, 04:01 AM
I was just laying in bed thinking of random stuff,and decided to post what I thought.
Black holes pull matter into the singularity I was thinking it would tear it quark by quark into basic matter, which would be converted to dark matter and cause back hole expansion, eventually the black hole would get so massive that all the matter in the universe was devoured. After that the Massive black hole would start to shrink and pull the universe inside it as well till the point where it touches the singularity. At this point the black hole would continue to devour itself till the point where the matter, the universe, and dark matter explodes outward violently, thus making the universe.
This could allow the process to continue, and means the amount of matter in the universe is a set number.

Although it is a little far fetched, who knows :P

So it is basically a big chain reaction?

Bob Will
07-05-2015, 04:17 AM
So it is basically a big chain reaction?

Exactly, Matter can not be created, nor destroyed. If there is a set amount how did it get there?
These are the answers we are looking for still. If so maybe there is a god, or just like god, he/it was always there.

Bob Will
07-05-2015, 05:37 AM
There is the issue of dying black holes, although it is a theory we could have something like a chain linked multi universal channel, where matter enters and where matter leaves.

Bob Will
07-05-2015, 06:05 AM
I edited the document with another theory, all though these are just educated guesses they could be easily ruled out.

Its Daniel
07-05-2015, 06:58 AM
I thought I'm alone at loving astronomy.

PotatoMarco
07-05-2015, 07:38 AM
So there are theories like this one?

Yes, tons actually.
http://www.universetoday.com/104863/goodbye-big-bang-hello-hyper-black-hole-a-new-theory-on-universes-creation/
http://www.space.com/8293-universe-born-black-hole-theory.html
http://scitechdaily.com/universe-may-emerged-black-hole-higher-dimensional-universe/

Bob Will
07-05-2015, 08:18 AM
Yes, tons actually.
http://www.universetoday.com/104863/goodbye-big-bang-hello-hyper-black-hole-a-new-theory-on-universes-creation/
http://www.space.com/8293-universe-born-black-hole-theory.html
http://scitechdaily.com/universe-may-emerged-black-hole-higher-dimensional-universe/
I like how all 3 of them point towards the 4th dimmension. And this is not really multiple theories,just one posted on a bunch of articles.

PotatoMarco
07-05-2015, 08:23 AM
I like how all 3 of them point towards the 4th dimmension. And this is not really multiple theories,just one posted on a bunch of articles.

Oh so thats what you meant.
http://www.space.com/24781-big-bang-theory-alternatives-infographic.html
We also learned about other theories like something about accretion something about discs, actually I didnt really listen much ahahaha

Bob Will
07-05-2015, 08:26 AM
Oh so thats what you meant.
http://www.space.com/24781-big-bang-theory-alternatives-infographic.html
We also learned about other theories like something about accretion something about discs, actually I didnt really listen much ahahaha
My theory works mostly on implosion, I don't plan on touching any 4th dimmensions.I think you are talking about the acceleration of the universe expantion.

KillerXD
07-05-2015, 06:34 PM
I was just laying in bed thinking of random stuff,and decided to post what I thought.
Black holes pull matter into the singularity I was thinking it would tear it quark by quark into basic matter, which would be converted to dark matter and cause back hole expansion, eventually the black hole would get so massive that all the matter in the universe was devoured. After that the Massive black hole would start to shrink and pull the universe inside it as well till the point where it touches the singularity. At this point the black hole would continue to devour itself till the point where the matter, the universe, and dark matter explodes outward violently, thus making the universe.
This could allow the process to continue, and means the amount of matter in the universe is a set number.

Although it is a little far fetched, who knows :P