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  1. #1 Universal Regeneration Theory 
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    First let me say that this theory is still in the infant stages, no, the fetal stages of its life. I solely hope that only good may come from this so-called theory of mine. Find the flaws, and if you can, correct them.

    Let me start off to say that the basis of my theory is that black holes are the death and birth of the universe. As exciting as they are, the black hole isn't what intrigues me, its the singularity. Now say that none of the black holes existing right now have a "whole" singularity. One of which contains all matter, energy, and information of our universe. Once our universe got old enough, would it not contain solely of black holes, dark matter and dark energy. Then of which evolving into an almost-infinitely big black hole, whose singularity will eventually contain all energy and information by which the conservation of energy and the conservation of information would tell us. Now, why does not the singularity in the black hole in our galaxy, create a whole new universe like the one which created the big bang. Maybe its only a partial, lacking the info and energy to become more. Now most of the world believes in the big bang theory and that energy can not be created or destroyed. All of which had to of come from somewhere. Once this singularity, was present, which to a fictional outside observer would have never seen existed in its, which worlds cannot not describe how small, of a life span, it will bang again once more creating a universe with all the information of the complexity of the one we live in today.

    This is just the out-of-the-box thinking beginning of something I wish to fully corroborate one day. I, thank you, for your time.


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    Ive been thinking the same thing alot of times. It sounds simple but yet so perfect. But i dont know enough about physics and stuff to really come with any input on if its possible or not. But TBH i dont see why it shouldnt be possible except a few things.


    1) Can black holes really "eat" eachother?
    2) Couldnt some black holes become out of reach of the biggest one in the end to be swallowed?

    I guess your theory is compatible with my own that maybe the universe at all times have ONE total sum of energy.

    Also if your theory IS true, wouldnt the following also be?

    The universe would be eternal, but no matter how much a race should evolve we couldnt escape it being "resetted" losing all knowledge and advancement. Meaning that we are doomed in a machinery remaking the universe over and over forever. Some say if there is a chanse of something happening over an infinite timespan - it WILL happen. So what if we are experiencing this life we live now for the 16th time out of a number of countless spawned universes?


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    DLS. A recent model of the big bang idea started off with a singularity but they would be ultimately stable. It was pointed out to them that nothing could make them come apart, inflate or expand, so the idea was quietly dropped.

    As I have pointed out elsewhere, there is no reason why a black hole should not contain elementary particles (electrons, quarks, etc) and this might have a limit in size as the core becomes ever bigger while spinning at almost light speed. There might be a mass at which they literally fall apart, spraying a galaxy with particles which quickly become hydrogen and other atoms, so starting star and planet formation anew.

    Keep working on your theory and be prepared to change things that don't work.
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    Raziell. Black holes can merge. They will often orbit each other at fantastic speeds and when it decays sufficiently, they fall into each other. The event horizon keeps in the cataclysmic energies, etc produced since they cannot travel faster than light speed to escape so it is a fairly quiet affair.

    Not only don't black holes not have fantastic gravity but they may not even have the total gravity of the mass which produced them. If our Sun could turn into a black hole (it's too small), at best the planets would continue orbiting it as before. There is a black hole at the centre of all spiral galaxies and they become active when material comes within their gravitational reach and quiet, like ours is at present, when they have consumed all "close by" matter. They have a very limited gravitational reach.

    There is a theory that the universe inflates/expands as in the big bang, then eventually gravity wins and it collapses again before another big bang starts a NEW universe off. No information from the previous universe could be carried over to the new universe, so we are gone.
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    In the newly formed universe, well as quantum mechanics would say, that the bits of info wouldnt be lost but the way those bits manifest themselves, would be. I look at it as kinda like survival of the fittest in a sense, like everything starts of as an anomally (or mutation in elevoluton terms) and the direction the particale, molecule, etc. will branch of in, is the most probable anomally that all others will adapt to.
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