Hey all, I was wondering if the singularity at the bottom of a black hole is similar to what the universe would be like before the big bang, i.e. heaps of mass/energy concentrated into a tiny point. To me I always think of black holes as sinkholes dotted throughout the universe which are like super highways for entropy to be destroyed and return to a low-entropy state. If the whole universe is like a closed thermodynamic system, then black holes are like concentrated points in which higher entropy pockets quickly become lower entropy. Am I interpreting this properly and is it correct? Are black holes the universes way of trying to converge back to its low-entropy t=0 state? If a black hole sucks in a bunch of matter, then explodes is that not similar to the big bang?