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If a star can collapse into a black hole, why was the big bang able to happen?

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    271828posted 7 years ago

    If a star can collapse into a black hole, why was the big bang able to happen?

    Surely all that matter and energy at the beginning would have had infinite density and been a singularity!

  2. Daniel J. Neumann profile image59
    Daniel J. Neumannposted 7 years ago

    That's right, my friend. The universe is on an infinite loop cycle. We started out at a singularity and that's where we'll end.

    Some science even suggests we're already inside a singularity, which causes a holographic distortion.

    Aren't you happy to be alive in a time when we figure out how space/time functions?

    Now, we just need more spiritual philosophers explaining why this should happen.

    Thanks,

    Dan

    P.S.

    If we all come to one point, isn't that a lot like God?

  3. wilbury4 profile image71
    wilbury4posted 7 years ago

    Is it possibly that the big bang was on such an enormous scale that even the pull of a black hole had no effect on the outward thrust?
    Aren't we, planet earth, just a speck of dust in comparison to the whole initial mass prior to the big bang?

  4. dabeaner profile image56
    dabeanerposted 7 years ago

    Who says there was a big bang?  Unproven.

  5. SEO Expert Kerala profile image61
    SEO Expert Keralaposted 7 years ago

    Big bang used to happen when two of the star which are having equal size collapse into black hole.

 
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