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If there is a black hole at the center of our galaxy and the same in all others, is it possible that eventually they could engulf the entire galaxy creating a super dense amount of matter with a huge amount of gravity/energy/mass?
If (in theory) this did happen, would black holes begin attracting each other (in the same way atoms did in the early universe to eventually make stars/planets etc. even though there are huge amounts of 'space' between them)?
What I'm asking is I suppose, what is the possibility of one super black hole existing that would be powerful enough - with all the combined energy of the universe, collapsing in on itself and creating one singularity that could potentially lead to another big bang at some point?
If any feature (mass/spacetime curvature/density) becomes infinite, it would take infinite time to form.