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This is a silly question that because it speculates on something that by definition cannot be performed. The mean densities of black holes of stellar mass are greater than that of neutron stars but obviously it is just not possible to "scoop material out" of them.
One alternative could be to say that as those Black Holes can't be born except in that beginning of the Big Bang then only the matter outside the EV (event horizon) from our frame seen, will be the matter 'moving in'. All other matter inside might already have reached their 'destination' under that first creation as it then must have involved that inflationary period, which then could make a 'no space' space inside that EV.If for example those super black holes residing in our galaxies center once was very tightly knitted together, and created from that first cooling of the quark soup.Then 'split up' by the inflation that they might even have started by their creation.Which then would eliminate the possibility's of that 'region' inside the EV to ever have any 'potential energy' as 'normal space' seems to have.
So a black hole should then be able to create an awful lot of space.But could it also be so 'strong' that it would eliminate 'space' itself?As that is a area containing energy?.
yor_on QuoteSo a black hole should then be able to create an awful lot of space.But could it also be so 'strong' that it would eliminate 'space' itself?As that is a area containing energy?.My question has still not being addressed. I will put it another way:Is a black hole space time in another universe?Or is a black hole just a massive solid object we cannot see?Or is a black hole a white hole in another universe?Our has universe could have been created from a white hole? This possibility has not been dismissed by many physicistOr could our whole universe be the result of an enormous black hole from somewhere else?Are we living inside the result of a colossal black hole?Alan
Alan McDougall we can never observe anything beyond the event horizon and can only model it based on our observations of the behaviour of matter. So your questions can never be answered directly and confirmed by measurement on an actual black hole