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I wonder if it's possible that a big bang even occurs when everything else has separated so far apart from everything else - I keep imaging the pictures of the General Theory of Relativity that are really famous, where you place the Moon or Earth or the Sun in space, and you "imagine" it sitting and it creates a funnel type thing as seen below... well what if this isn't just imagination but truly like a fabric of some kind, and even though the distances are to great to measure any curve from say one galaxy to the next, they still act as like say buttons on this fabric, and a slight curve is present from galaxy A to B but its just slight its impossible to measure - then I wonder - what if galaxy A and B keep separating further and further apart - until boom the fabric simply can't take it anymore, and the buttons unbutton and gravity collapses in on itself, and the entire cosmos is warped in to a single tiny dense center - this could also explain how the big bang is able to condense everything into such a small area before the actual explosion takes place - all of that happening instantaneously... hmm. interesting. or perhaps I have lost my mind, who knows such things. an infinite cycle. as I mentioned earlier the sweat that evaporates off me does not become nothing - perhaps even in a scenario like this black holes themselves are instantly decimated, well yes they would in this scenario - and all that was becomes one, instantly - and since that is insane - it explodes in big bang. and 13.8 billion years later life starts to form again or eventually, statistically in a certain range anyway. quite beautiful if that is the case.

@R-T-B thoughts?

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I think this has been observed through gravitational lensing.
 
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I wonder if it's possible that a big bang even occurs when everything else has separated so far apart from everything else - I keep imaging the pictures of the General Theory of Relativity that are really famous, where you place the Moon or Earth or the Sun in space, and you "imagine" it sitting and it creates a funnel type thing as seen below... well what if this isn't just imagination but truly like a fabric of some kind, and even though the distances are to great to measure any curve from say one galaxy to the next, they still act as like say buttons on this fabric, and a slight curve is present from galaxy A to B but its just slight its impossible to measure - then I wonder - what if galaxy A and B keep separating further and further apart - until boom the fabric simply can't take it anymore, and the buttons unbutton and gravity collapses in on itself, and the entire cosmos is warped in to a single tiny dense center - this could also explain how the big bang is able to condense everything into such a small area before the actual explosion takes place - all of that happening instantaneously... hmm. interesting. or perhaps I have lost my mind, who knows such things. an infinite cycle. as I mentioned earlier the sweat that evaporates off me does not become nothing - perhaps even in a scenario like this black holes themselves are instantly decimated, well yes they would in this scenario - and all that was becomes one, instantly - and since that is insane - it explodes in big bang. and 13.8 billion years later life starts to form again or eventually, statistically in a certain range anyway. quite beautiful if that is the case.
That assumes the fabric is attached to those galaxies and it stretches, if the galaxies pass over the fabric the curve moves with the galaxies.
 
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Holy shit!! New image reveals supermassive black hole's swirling magnetic field




This is the first time astronomers have been able to measure polarization, a signature of magnetic fields, this close to the edge of a black hole.


Astronomers image magnetic fields at the edge of M87’s black hole | ESO
 
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Dr. Becky posted this today... also I have a crush on her... she is epic beyond belief LOL

Actually, that is an incomplete list. There are more than 5 types and each has many stages of compression/collapse. But yeah, she's a smart person!
 

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Actually, that is an incomplete list. There are more than 5 types and each has many stages of compression/collapse. But yeah, she's a smart person!
Really? Everything I'm finding shows only the 5 types recognized by astrophysicists. What are the others?
 
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Really? Everything I'm finding shows only the 5 types recognized by astrophysicists. What are the others?
That actually depends on who you talk to and/or reference.
The standard set of 3 is generally: Stellar mass, Super Massive and Intermediate mass. Others include the description Dr Becky made about "primordial" black holes which are very theoretical, though technically possible. However, the same principles apply to Micro mass black holes. Then there are Quasars which are just super massive black holes in a state of consuming a great deal of material and emitting intense EMR as a result of friction.

However, there are several more types of black holes that physics predict should exist. These are non-baryonic mass black holes(black holes that are made up of mass that does not contain or interact with baryonic matter, otherwise referenced as dark matter black holes), anti-matter black holes(it's a bizarre idea but physics says it should work and should be present in the universe) and the last is a form of black hole that exists in quantum physics and is so small that it can not consume normal matter even though it can interact with it.
 
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Interesting. I'll have to do some more searching
 

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I know what wimps are. Weak is still interaction.



http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/GLAST/science/dark_matter.html

When supersymmetic neutralinos (aka wimps) interact with each other they annihilate and create secondary particles (leptons, bosons, quarks) and gamma rays. I wasn't talking about "gravitational coalescence". Just interaction. And second: I was talking about WIMP matter and a question whether black holes were made up of WIMP matter or regular matter.

http://adsabs.harvard.edu/full/2002Obs...122..199A
And gravity is just a by product of a much more powerful and many would say that warping of space itself is gravity due to gravity just so happening to be a by product of it, but with anything that causes force/effect onto any level no matter how massive or macrocosmic in size is a force but it does not deserve to be taught like it is so taught. That being a powerful force, it is not, experiment's and observation's after all these centuries we so have is proof enough to say Newton really should be dethroned and we call gravity like it is, a weak bi product of the means that envelope's all the cosmos or rather planetary systems, star clusters, nebula clusters etc etc etc, no warped space no gravity pure and simple, yet we still hold fast to old out of date ideas and ideals sadly.
 
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Black holes, white holes, white holes inside black holes. Blew my mind but in oposition to some inside theories out there (the multiverse is an idiotic theory), this one actually makes some sense

 
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