Even before I had seen a Kaku documentary on black holes creating new universes, perhaps with different physics on the other side of them, I had had this image that the Big Bang was caused by a collapsing point singularity in a parent galaxy. Surely there must be something wrong with this simple theory. It seems to have another corollary in that it could explain the elusive negative energy that is the source of much hypothetical speculation. It would suggest that spatial structure is still coming through the black hole, sucked in from the parent universe and redistributing itself. Galaxies are concentrated by their central black holes having the opposite effect, reducing the space around them. It sounds too obvious. Somebody must have suggested it and others shot it down before it really came into the public domain. Could somebody please explain why I am wrong.