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daniel martin
2019-Feb-20, 04:39 AM
i have had an idea and was wondering if it is possible if no one else has had this idea before i would like to call it the "infinite universes" Theory. I believe we are in the middle cycle of growth period of our universe and just like there is millions of galaxy in our universe i think there is millions of universe's in space each one is created by a big bang. when a universe start's dying more and more star's die and become black hole's they draw on each other and combine sucking in everything around them getting bigger and bigger until there is only one super black hole with all the mass in a universe that it could suck back in. then it floats around in space until it starts getting pulled from another super black hole from a trillion,trillion, trillion, trillion of miles away as they get closer together their pull gets stronger and stronger and they continue to speed faster at each other, faster then the speed of light. the resulting collision destroys the gravity field releasing all the mass in both of the super black holes causes a big big bang and this cycle continues all across space

Swift
2019-Feb-20, 01:32 PM
daniel martin

First, welcome to CQ.

Second, if all you want is a quick response to the question about your idea, we'll leave it in Q&A for the moment. But, if you are going to advocate your non-mainstream idea, we're going to have to move the thread to our section for such non-mainstream ideas: ATM.

Strange
2019-Feb-20, 02:22 PM
i think there is millions of universe's in space each one is created by a big bang.

There are several such "multiverse" theories, for example https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eternal_inflation


when a universe start's dying more and more star's die and become black hole's they draw on each other and combine sucking in everything around them getting bigger and bigger until there is only one super black hole with all the mass in a universe that it could suck back in.

That is not how black holes work. They may be able to "suck in" material that is nearby. But most of the material in the galaxy will never get near enough.


then it floats around in space until it starts getting pulled from another super black hole from a trillion,trillion, trillion, trillion of miles away as they get closer together their pull gets stronger and stronger and they continue to speed faster at each other, faster then the speed of light. the resulting collision destroys the gravity field releasing all the mass in both of the super black holes causes a big big bang and this cycle continues all across space

We have observed black holes collide. The result is a larger black hole (and some gravitational waves).

Nikodem Poplawski came up with a theory that the universe could have been created from a black hole: https://www.insidescience.org/news/every-black-hole-contains-new-universe
And another group have had similar ideas: https://insidetheperimeter.ca/black-hole-birth-universe/
And Penrose also had some related ideas: https://cosmosmagazine.com/space/black-holes-from-a-previous-universe-shine-light-on-our-own

But I don't think any of these have gained much traction...

Hornblower
2019-Feb-20, 03:38 PM
Make sure you beware of bad popular media writing which leads some of us to falsely believe that a black hole acts like a vacuum cleaner. It sucks in interstellar gas that is losing kinetic energy for reasons that do not apply to passing stars. An occasional star that falls into a black hole would have collided with an ordinary body of the same mass and at the same location.

transreality
2019-Feb-22, 02:20 AM
Possibly at some point during the collapse to form a black hole the energy can be high enough to create new dimensions. These dimensions would necessarily be orthogonal to the existing dimensions, so they would exist in a newly created universe. This means that each black hole could individually give rise to a new universe. Possibly the physical constants of the new universes would be determined by some aspect of the progenitor black hole, but these new universes would also be able to generate black holes and new universes, which makes for 'infinite universes'. Not only a bit speculative, and difficult to test, but doesn't solve the problem of how it all got started either. This may be the Susskind idea, or at least a simplification thereof.

Swift
2019-Feb-22, 01:30 PM
Possibly at some point during the collapse to form a black hole the energy can be high enough to create new dimensions. These dimensions would necessarily be orthogonal to the existing dimensions, so they would exist in a newly created universe. This means that each black hole could individually give rise to a new universe. Possibly the physical constants of the new universes would be determined by some aspect of the progenitor black hole, but these new universes would also be able to generate black holes and new universes, which makes for 'infinite universes'. Not only a bit speculative, and difficult to test, but doesn't solve the problem of how it all got started either. This may be the Susskind idea, or at least a simplification thereof.
transreality

Questions in Q&A, even if on speculative ideas, have to be answered with mainstream answers. daniel martin's speculations are not an invitation for your own speculative ideas.