|MadSci Network: Astronomy|
A long time ago I imagined that maybe pulsars were the "other end" of black holes, spurting energy into our universe from another...I think that's probably been discussed by now, but I can't really find anything on it. And wouldn't it defy the laws of thermodynamics, unless there was some mechanism ensuring that no more energy entered our univers than was leaving? Or would the laws have to be tweaked to the "multiverse" instead of universe?
Re: Black holes, pulsars, and the laws of thermodynamics - please see comments
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