|MadSci Network: Astronomy|
In all the shows, articles, etc about black holes, there is a point at which gravity supplants other characteristics of mass/matter/time/etc. It seems like very simalar conditions would have been prevalent prior to the big bang, but maybe pushed to an extreme enough condition that the birth of the universe occurred. Do you think that the center of a black hole may well be very simalar to the pre-bang condition of the Universe? Because of my limited access, please e-mail!
Re: Are conditions at the center of a black hole simalar to pre-big bang cond?
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