Sunday, April 15, 2012

The Universe was formed as a black hole forms

Imagine a star converting to a black hole, the helium and carbon rich core being super compressed as gravity wins the fight against the pressure of the super hot gasses.  Once density crosses a threshold at the very center of the core a small section of the matter of the star will form a small black hole in a  fraction of a second.  Then this black hole will rapidly inflate, converting the star into the interior of the black hole, much like the inflation period talked about in the big bang theory.  The size of the singularity will set constants for that tiny universe.  A bigger universe like ours will have different constants and different rules, but set by the density and speed of the matter trapped inside the event horizon.   It may be possible that the edge of the black hole looks transparent from the inside.

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