I wanted to know whether there exists any sort of theory which treats event horizons and cosmological horizons as equivalent. We can never receive any information from inside of a black hole because this would require an object moving faster than the speed of light to escape from the gravitational field of the black hole. We can never receive any information from beyond the cosmological horizon because the space itself is traveling faster than the speed of light beyond this distance. Can it be that these horizons are really the same thing? For example, the expansion of space at a speed faster than the speed of light in our universe's frame is really equivalent to our universe being viewed as a black hole in another universe's frame?