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Do black holes lead to the centre of the universe? Could they add up to deflation?
My concept of the big bang is that infinitely dense matter existed at the centre of the universe, something happened and expansion began and has been expanding ever since.
But what happened before that?
Does it make sense that expansion will last forever?
Where does matter sucked into black holes go to?
Why did the expansion ever start?
My idea is;
Black holes compress matter to infinity and transfer that matter back to the centre of the universe.
As time passes more and more stars burn out causing black holes.
At some point the massive density will generate massive gravity and pull the whole universe back in on itself.
Eventually "something" will cause another expansionary phase.