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I never thought of this before but I just recently realized that the early universe was a black hole. Does anyone know the mainstream view of how the universe emerged from its primordial black hole?
Wouldn't energy density equate to matter density?
Ok so I have an amount of energy that will make an earth sized chunk of matter. Wouldn't this amount of energy generate the same amount of gravity as the earth sized chunk?
Edit: No that wouldn't work; if the expansion was faster than gravity, the outer reaches would still be waiting for gravity.
Why do you consider that not possible?