This may strike some people as really weird but after reading the book, God and the New Physics by Paul Davies, I came across a paragraph where he explains what happens at the singularity of a black hole. At the singularity, there is no concept of time apparently. So it is impossible to leave a black hole otherwise you would leave before you went in. This is what Paul Davies discussed. Everything is infinite and basically, you would be at time=0, in other words the point where the universe has just begun. For me, this seems like concrete proof of baby universes forming. Black holes are formed from the gravitational collapse within a star after it has burned out all its nuclear energy. So all that mass collapses and all that mass squeezed down creates incredible gravitational forces. The gravity is so strong that it tears apart space time. This is all from what I have read here and there. So at that point of singularity, a baby universe forms but obviously is closed away from us due to the laws of physics (infinite density, at time= 0 etc etc). This has probably been mentioned many times but I dont know why it has not been accepted. Any reasons why?