Black Hole Theory: New Possibility of The End of it All?
I had this inspiring moment go down the drain literally, while showering I happen to watch the spiraling water cyclone emptying down the drain. For some strange reason I goto thinking about a cosmic event that in a magnificent destructive manner could not be more alike then this draining water. The cyclone in the universal cosmic spectrum of course is a black hole. In many astrophysicists minds is the end all of all cosmic phenomena known. I wonder this though, if in a similar manner from a micro-cosmic to macro-cosmic scale is it possible that a black hole is not the final frontier in space. The idea is that a black hole is an ultimate destroyer, a killer of life, space time and every other possible scientific or science-fiction theory known. I am considering an alternative theory. It is this just like when skin cells, soap scum, dirt, molecules, particles and almost every thing possible during that event gets sucked into the vortex of a micro-cosmic black hole in a smaller scale but just as intense in relative terms to a macro-cosmic version, why isn't all these atoms, molecules , particles, sediments , liquids, solids and other materials obliterated into nothing? Think of this , a small child would not understand the concept of the water draining and moving down the pipes into another location way down at the end of the pipeline , usually a lake or other water body. Could the same concept take place during a Black hole sucking a planetary body, milky way type galaxy or matter for that matter. A draining of one source of the universe and a delivery of it's content into a new location unharmed just "moved"? I think it would be possible otherwise tiny atoms, molecules and miniature forms of life would not exist. No matter how small or large the vacuum may be the end result may be the same.