|Subject:||Re: Can a black hole feed more than once?!|
|Date:||Fri, 09 Sep 2005 11:15:04 -0700|
|Newsgroups:||sci.astro.seti, sci.astro, uk.sci.astronomy, sci.physics.relativity, rec.arts.sf.science|
Erik Max Francis wrote:
And if the Universe were closed, then black holes would be able to grow only so large before the Big Crunch (although right at the last moment they might all merge into a super black hole).
And all the mass in the universe would be compressed to a single point?This seems to me much like the universe at the start of the big bang. Wouldn't the universe's mass been within a Schwarzchild radius at that time? How did the bang occur?
-- Hop David http://clowder.net/hop/index.html
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