Wednesday, February 7 2007, 21:33:27 #39391 bang
if any thing that is in a 'black hole' is eternally doomed,
how was there a big bang?
unless we take into consideration the Hawking s radiation,
where it would have been a slow evap instead.
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Wednesday, February 7 2007, 23:59:49 #39392
Quick answer: the "orange" (aka big bang singularity) wasn't static as a black hole to begin with, it was expanding from the beginning, therefore the rules of BH don't apply. Big bang singularity of the Friedmann-Robertson-Walker models lies in the past, singularity of a black hole lies in the future.
Slow answer: http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/physics/Relativity/BlackHoles/universe.html
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Thursday, February 8 2007, 03:23:42 #39394
Rely on Wartex to answer that Dweller
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