- Kurt Arnold
- East Greenbush, NY
- United States
In the early universe, when matter was much more densely contained why was it that super massive black holes didn't form immediately?
When the universe was very young, the density of matter and energy was very high, in many ways higher than what one might expect to find in a supernova. So why didn't a black hole or multiple black holes form in the early universe and simply gobble the universe up as it expanded?