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Black holes consume a lot of matter and energy, but where does it go?
Is it possible that a black hole generates somehow a dark energy and distributes it around itself? If this is the case would we be able to detect faster space expansion around these black holes?
The hypothesis is just claiming that the dark energy might be produced by black holes. It could be expelled from a black hole to a space that is around the black hole but also far away from a gravitation pull of any matter. here is a short depiction of the thought:
Stephen Hawking seems to be stirring up the BH debate again. http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2016/01/black-holes-have-soft-hair-%E2%80%93-and-stephen-hawking-has-radical-new-theory?et_cid=5051842&et_rid=517749120&type=ctaIf he is right and " black holes could be passageways to other universes", you could modify your idea to have expansion in our Universe being accelerated by dark energy coming from other universes. Have fun with that.