Banjankri
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If heavy metals are created in black holes.

Postby Banjankri » Sat Aug 26, 2017 3:00 pm

theoretically is the birth of heavy metals from black holes(theory) creating more energy then already exists in the universe due to relative gravitational reactions with the rest of the universe's existing matter?

Disproving the theory of energy eventually running out?

Just seems proportional to me, if infact heavy metals are created in that way as a process, it would seem that in reaction the the rest of space matter the energy effect would be enormous.

And does a black hole look like the big bang from the inside?

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Re: If heavy metals are created in black holes.

Postby dcnick96 » Sat Aug 26, 2017 5:04 pm

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