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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I saw this question posted in a Yahoo forum. I would be interested in the answers from the people here:

"We can all agree that the more massive a black hole is the smaller the circumference of the black hole's event horizon will be. Therefore, can a black hole ever have enough mass to where its event horizon closes in on itself? If so, what would happen?

I think that if all of time/space, mass and energy coalesced in a singularity, there would have to be a type of explosion where the inverse would be everything will be expanding." Posted by Steve B.

Pete B

"We can all agree that the more massive a black hole is the smaller the circumference of the black hole's event horizon will be. Therefore, can a black hole ever have enough mass to where its event horizon closes in on itself? If so, what would happen?

I think that if all of time/space, mass and energy coalesced in a singularity, there would have to be a type of explosion where the inverse would be everything will be expanding." Posted by Steve B.

Pete B