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Infinity and beyond?

  1. Mar 9, 2009 #1


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    Let me first say I am in high school and dont understand very much calculus or advanced physics. But through my independent work i have created a theory in which i personally can not find any flaws with. I would ask for constructive critisms on this theory. thanks!

    It is my understanding that a black holes singularity has an extreme dense matter "ball" that creates such intense gravity that light its self cannot exscape. With this known we know that the gravity is so stong that the singularity is constinly getting denser on its own gravity. So the density of the singularity has a density of infinity. If the singularity is infinitly dense then the gravity around the black hole is also infinite.

    So with the gravity being infinitly strong then it would have the ablity (this is were im not so sure) to suck in space its self. Becouse the gravity is infinite then the space being sucked in must also be infinite. Now the big bang theory suggests a very small singularity for it to work properly thus is it possible that the known universe is litteraly inside a black hole? just on a much much smaller scale than that of what space would be on the outside? Also that there are universes inside our universes black holes?

    Im not sure how well i have explained this if you have any questions please just ask..
    Last edited: Mar 9, 2009
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  3. Mar 9, 2009 #2
    Your speculations were not absolutely wrong up to that point even what happens inside the BH is much more complicated. You describe it in a more 'Newtonian' way and for the non-rotating BH.

    Now lets stop at the sentence I quoted. Gravity does not "suck" space.
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