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An event horizon is thought to only expand over time via the accumulation of mass and therefore has an increase in mass density.
Since the universe is expanding and so is decreasing in mass density does this mean that the idea that the universe itself is inside a black hole is a fallacy?
Does this also mean that dark energy could be the force that drives a white hole?
most of the Matter/Energy budget of the Universe is already contained in the Universe's many Black Holes
does this mean that the idea that the universe itself is inside a black hole is a fallacy?
So I suggest that it is possible for the entire universe to be within a black hole, as unpalatable as that may be for those who want unlimited horizons. What happens inside the event horizon of a black hole is almost unknowable to those outside it.