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  1. #1 creation of dark matter hypo. 
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    since nobody's explained all the excess mass in the universe, do you think its possible for black holes to have such an extreme affect on matter in its event horizon that it actually changes the nature of the particles and creates dark matter or antimatter and is simply stored inside the black hole untill the gravity field disperses, with the stored matter eventually and slowly spreading back out across the universe.. obviously we haven't seen what happens at the end of a black holes life butt.. thats my 2 cents. just an idea be gentle.

    This is assuming that matter sucked into a black hole is not sent to another dimension and lost from ours.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RAWasFCK
    since nobody's explained all the excess mass in the universe, do you think its possible for black holes to have such an extreme affect on matter in its event horizon that it actually changes the nature of the particles and creates dark matter or antimatter and is simply stored inside the black hole untill the gravity field disperses, with the stored matter eventually and slowly spreading back out across the universe.. obviously we haven't seen what happens at the end of a black holes life butt.. thats my 2 cents. just an idea be gentle.

    This is assuming that matter sucked into a black hole is not sent to another dimension and lost from ours.

    What goes in a black hole stays there, as far as we know. Material from accretion disks caught in magnetic fields and sent away at speeds near light speed has been found to be regular atomic particles.

    The missing mass as in DM can be explained away by a number of methods so may not exist. We have found no large concentrations of anti-matter anywhere. While AM appears the same as matter in space, there is an awful lot of matter about in gas, dust, debris, etc which would annihilate any AM about in spectacular fashion, that we would detect.

    Hawking radiation is unlikely and even if it existed, it operates over such long time scales that we would not see any black holes blowing up as they go below critical mass for maybe trillions of years yet.


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