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MocaCDeveloper

Alright. I have a question.

This might stump you for a little bit, but here it is:

What if, instead of the universe growing more outwards, it grows inwards? What if the universe grows into black holes, and is thusly multi-dimensional?

What if the big bang was the result of a previous universe collapsing into a black hole, and the result of the big bang was just the leftover particles/gas from the previous universe?

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IMayBeMe

In your second theory you state:

What if the big bang was the result of a previous universe collapsing into a black hole, and the result of the big bang was just the leftover particles/gas from the previous universe?

This very much makes sense, but in theory, would be somewhat impossible. To start with, if a universe was to collapse into a black hole, that same black hole would get larger. Now assuming that some particles escaped and created another big bang, wouldn't the new universe also be consumed by the newer and larger black hole? This would, in my mind at least, create an infinite cycle of universes being consumed by this ever-growing black hole.

Another issue stems from the fact the original universe must have been created from something as it's very hard to create a universe from essentially nothing. To create that first universe one would need a first big band which in your theory requires a previous universe thus precluding the possibility of that first universe being created.

MocaCDeveloper

@IMayBeMe

if a universe was to collapse into a black hole, that same black hole would get larger

Not necessarily. A black hole warps time in and of itself. Let’s say that, instead of the black hole crushing things, it just swallows everything. If the black hole swallows the universe, and time itself, it would not grow nor shrink because time and light would be warped into the black hole and out on the other side, being blasted into nothingness at 960,000,000 m a second

IMayBeMe

@MocaCDeveloper hmm, interesting.

ch1ck3n

Yeah if your theory is correct then there must have been multiple big bangs

Also then there has to be a first big bang in the history of everything that came from nothing, and what did it come from? Honestly, the theory of creationism is much more convincing and possible than a big explosion coming from literally nothing

It is possible that the universe is shrinking and when it shrinks to a super dense black hole and that black hole will go kablooey and then a new universe will begin, and then it will repeat until the universe will burn to nothing. After that, another big bang will be caused by nothing for the same reason as the first big bang in the world.

I'm sorry if this was confusing

TheDNAHero

The ask section is for coding questions, like a mini stack overflow

IMayBeMe

@TheDNAHero they have been on replit for a while and know what they're doing. There is probably more to the question than meets the eye.