Wouldn't this explain why galaxies with no black holes are so small?
From what I've learned, the black hole doesn't lose mass, that which it captures it keeps, i.e. nothing is "passed through".
No, that doesn't even make sense. You would do well to read some basic cosmology plus study the Standard Model.
No, and since this concept isn't found anywhere in mainstream science as far as I know, thread locked.
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