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Space expands geometrically because black holes stretch it, amirite?

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Except that it doesn't look like all the black holes in the universe will merge. The universe is expanding and the expansion is accelarating. Unless something changes here, this would point to a future universe where black holes will never interact because they are too far away.

@Mihneacuzino Except that it doesn't look like all the black holes in the universe will merge. The universe is expanding and the...

What if space, like the planets, is actually a sphere, just soo large not even telescopes tell, and by seemingly moving away from each other black holes are actually just growing together around us, slowly

@Mihneacuzino Except that it doesn't look like all the black holes in the universe will merge. The universe is expanding and the...

The black holes just "download" the remaining data from our dying universe into another dimension— easy peasy

@Apartlavishness The black holes just "download" the remaining data from our dying universe into another dimension— easy peasy

Love that! Haha! But do you mean they download the data to separate places or all black holes send the data to the same place? Lol

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What if all matter and antimatter are equal and it's a weird yin yang balance kind of thing

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This is fun, I hope someone who understands astrophysics answers you. I am not one of those people. But I am one of the people that likes to try to imagine the university even though I'm not qualified lol.

What if our perception of the universe is like a massive shadow puppet show, and the reason everything is expanding is because the "light source" is getting closer to the plane on which we experience everything.

And if that's what's going on, then what's the deal with this collision course? What happens when the light source makes contact with our plane?

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