Is the amount of Dark Matter in a Galaxy equal the amount of Matter consumed by all the Black Holes in that Galaxy?
I think it's just you. See above.Is it just me or might black holes be dark matter factories? If currently detectable matter is annihilated inside a black hole down to constituent parts that even we have not yet detected, could this be dark matter? Could this be released as the black hole evaporates (is that the right term?). If this was a yet undetected smallest possible constituent of matter, why would we be able to detect it unless as a part of massive fields of dark matter? Information cannot be destroyed but it can be transformed and surely we cannot yet know what it's ultimate transformation might be? When searching for an almost invisible, weakly interacting particle wouldn't the remnants of a once massive black hole be the obvious place to look?
Does the universe appear as more massive because of dark matter left over from many past black holes long since evaporated?