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Thread: Big Bang Was a Black Hole

  1. #1 Big Bang Was a Black Hole 
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    I may not be the expert but from my fascination with physics and nature, I pondered long over this. And I think I might have found an important link/idea.


    If we look at modern physics’ description of a black hole, we notice a few key properties. It is an immensely dense object. All the atoms are packed unimaginably tightly together. As we all know, the larger thus the more atoms an object has, the stronger its gravitational pull is.

    When an object becomes so dense its gravitational pull becomes so strong it can pull in light photons travelling at the speed of light, they become black and are henceforth are referred to as black holes.

    It is theoretically possible the mass of a black hole to be infinite, meaning a black hole can swallow every single atom in this universe. According to Einstein, space and time are actually supple fabrics that can be twisted by gravity. As black holes exert an incredible strong force of gravity, they distort the fabric of time and space. Since time and space are considered something represented by minute particles, black holes ‘suck’ them up. Following the logic conclusion that time goes faster when beyond a dark holes event horizon.

    If gravity didn’t tear you apart when approaching a black hole, the collection of atoms would contain all known molecules and substances alive, including harmful ones, would kill you instantly. The atoms may be sucked into the great mass but that doesn’t necessarily mean that the molecular binding get broken, it simply means those molecules are pressed immensely against other molecules.
    Either this is the case or either the strength of gravity is so strong, it tears the molecules up before sucking them in. Then the strength of gravity forces the molecules to immediately bind with what they can, when they are smashed against the giant, dense object. So a black hole is actually one big molecule consisting of billions and billions of atoms.

    Imagine this. Since the big bang, atoms, spewed out into space, started to form larger and larger objects until the first black holes came to existence. More and more black holes appear and ensnare other large objects such as stars (ie. Galaxies), towards them in a seemingly slow but considered the immensity of the universe, violently fast way. Eventually, when all the black holes absorbed every other object around them, their gravitational pull will be in the reach of each of them. And so they rapidly suck themselves in a massive black hole ‘waltz’. One, final, massive, ultimate black hole would have absorbed every atom and every piece of space-time fabric, and one would have, as they say in physics, a singularity. There is no time, there is no space and since there is no light, there is nothing, just matter.

    The quantum world was a shocking discovery and it unveiled that atoms are nearly hollow inside, so it is quite conceivable that this hollow emptiness is deliberate of nature, to make a phenomenon called a black hole possible, and possibly to unite all particles.

    Remember that physics considers gravity an elusive weak force they don’t quite seem to understand? Well when all atoms are packed on each other in such great pressure, it creates heat, energy. We all know that particles are actually solid ‘balls of energy’. Break them in two and you create a lot of energy, fuse them and you create more energy and when an anti-atom completely annihilates an atom, it creates the most destructive explosion, thus energy.

    Imagine mathematically, that when all the space and all the time particles are absorbed, the pressure gets too much and all matter is transformed into energy and get spewed out again in a big bang; reforming the universe and fulfilling the entropy law. Like adding 0.0000000001 to 0.999999999, forming 1, being the core equation and representing mathematical harmony. The universe has a cycle, to refresh itself. Time and space always continue to stretch out, causing time to gradually become slower and slower. To prevent from time to stand ‘nearly’ still (the result is an infinite number), gravity helps slow it down and eventually reverse it. The first moments after the Big Bang time was very compact thus incredibly fast, and all the energy was confined in such a small space. It became so hot that all matter evaporated into more energy. With time on its side, the universe expanded unimaginably fast. The energy has more space and cools down and solidifies.

    What role does anti-matter and anti-energy play here? Antimatter and anti-energy form extremely rarely whenever the electrons of the particles atom change to positive and the protons to negative. They are the opposite from each other. Like -1 + 1 equals 0, nothing of them remains after the rupture of energy they create when they cancel each other out. And when does anti-matter come in existence? Whenever two particles collide with large pressure. So what if the pressure in the ultimate black hole becomes so strong that all the particles ‘collapse’ or break each other, creating an enormous amount of antimatter in those collisions. That antimatter in turn destroys its counterpart and generates a lot of energy, right about enough to expell all particles in every direction.

    I consider this very plausible and convincing. The Big Bang may not even have been the beginning, since it’s a cycle. How everything came into existence is be another mystery we can only resolve once we truly understand nature. And new theories will guide us into the right direction.


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    Well, technically, I think the gravitational singularity that was present before the big bang was a black hole. As I've read from somewhere before:

    When 2 masses of mass M get closer than a distance , where G is Newton's gravitation constant and c is the speed of light, then a 'horizon' surface of no-return forms around them and they form a black hole from which they cannoy escape.


    "Nature doesn't care what we call it, she just does it anyway" - R. Feynman
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    Well that was my first surprise when I posted my theory last night, people have already linked black holes with the big bang. I'm not that up to date with other theories. But I think I'm the only one who sees it like this.
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    I just came up with the same theory (almost). So I searched the web to see if any other persons got the same idea. I approched it from a bit different angle. It also involves virtual particles (this is the key I think), energy, waves and time travel. Need more time to work it out.
    I have a bit different view on the "black hole back to big bang theory" tough.

    It does not need to be one super black hole in the end of the universe. If time reverses to infinity in a black hole, then once you enter it you will reverse back to the big bang. I'll be back with my complete theory later. I need more brain power!!!

    Keep up the good work!!
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    I think the gravitational singularity that was present before the big bang is technically a black hole. Not too sure tho.
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