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Black holes continue to collect and distribute energies as they grow in size. This growth rate continues until there are only two supermasses remaining. These masses eventually collide,becoming one. With nothing to feed on,the event horizon can no longer sustain itself,and the mass collapses under the great pressure of its own extreme gravitational force.
I know what the event horizon is. I was talking about the form itself not being able to sustain itself
Emilio Romero asked the Naked Scientists:Hello, I am writing you from Ecuador and would like to start by congratulating you all on a spectacular and fun podcast. Great work. Thanks.I have a question: I've heard that singularity (the moment in which all four forces in the universe were supposedly together) occurred just before the big bang and as the universe was created, the forces separated.I've also heard that singularity can exist in the tip of the cone¯ where a black hole ends¯. If both ideas are true, might we be just one of many universes since potentially every black hole can create a big bang?Thank you very muchEmilioWhat do you think?