Main Question or Discussion Point
I had a thought the other night when I heard that there is a super massive black hole at the center of every galaxy. My thought was is it possible that the big bang did not happen once trillions of years ago? Is it possible that every galaxy was created by its individual big bang from the black hole that holds it together? If you consider that the core of the black hole seemingly defys all known laws of physics or distorts them all then is it not reasonable to assume it has the potential to create matter. If the beggining of the black hole were to spin at what can only be described as astronomical speeds and were the single strongest magnet mankind could possibly envision and also if the black hole were emitting matter then wouldn't it magnetise all matter and send it into an orbit. If this is so then the universe was not created with one single big bang but trillions or possibly more smaller big bangs which would still be happening to this day.