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mars37us

If at some point in time ALL the black holes got so massive and joined, ate everything and nothing was left, what would happen next.........

Would that create another big bang?

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Black holes don't get massive - they shrink to a tiny dot - like a period on a page - with near infinite gravity.

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mars37us
You might what to look that up, there's a youtube video on black holes that saids there's one so large it can shallow not only our galaxy but a few more just for the road trip ahead.
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Mars, I believe you are...being odd-a black hole Is not going to suck up earth for a while.
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I think you miss- understand -,the actual black hole it is often referred by physicists and cosmologists as a "singularity" a point in space. However, it's enormous mass greats extremely powerful gravity fields that, it is speculated, can extend far enough out from its event horizon to hold a galaxy in a spin around it - the hole may be minuscule - but the effects are far reaching.
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partyboi
well a black holes size when created depends on how big the super nova was. when a star runs out of fuel-hydrogen it explodes.the massive explosion is the reason how it gets its size of the black hole and wouldn't get bigger because it has "infinite gravity". it destroys 100% of anything that gets near it. am I on the right track C-BRO? I know your good with science.
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Partiboi-go steal money out of a purse ...it's more your style according to the question you answered earlier. Stay away from science and work on ethics.
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It works like this: a star ages and finally runs out of nuclear fuel - then collapses in on itself - think of incredibly massive a star is - that mass is directly related to its gravitational force - our sun's mass creates enough gravity to hold the planets in place - and we have a small sun. The volume decreases dramatically (its size) but its mass remains the same - even when the star has collapsed to the size of a pin- tip. This creates incredible gravity waves that can bend energy - like starlight. We only know black holes are there by their effect on the surrounding environment - we can't observe them directly because no light can escape their pull either.
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partyboi
was that comment needed sincerity?fyi i like being educated in various subjects..i was simply implying that if my kids lifes are in jeopardy im going to do whatever is necessary to put food on the table. im not saying im going to go rob every old lady i see,im saying if it came down to my kids and finding your purse, the money is mine for my kids food...C-BRO thanks for clearing that up,smart man you are...
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I'd like to see both of you bury the hatchet - not in each other's backs - but by civil discourse - I'm certainly no angel on certain contentious topics - but I've got to try, at least, to communicate without aggression. Okay, sermon over. ;-)
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Nothing cause the world will be gone

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Another big bang is what makes sense to me

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Black holes do not get massive.
There Is no black hole in our galaxy.

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partyboi
nope we have very big black holes in the center of our galaxy,one is believed to be 50 light years wide. read it on yahoo news this week.
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not sure if it's the most reliable source but that's what I read.
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