On Tue, 2 Oct 2001, scerir wrote:
> > Any bets on the odds of creating a new big bang? ;)
> The question as to whether it would be possible to
> create a universe in a laboratory has been already
> raised. Farhi and Guth concluded that "to create
> conditions in a small region of space which would
> give rise to a new universe [...] would require an
> energy density that is far too high to be provided
> by any known technology".
> E.Farhi, A H. Guth, "An Obstacle to Creating
> a Universe in the Laboratory", Physics Letters,
> 183B (1987) 149-155
If this galaxy enters a black hole, does it not disappear? If it doesn't
disappear, what remains behind?
Is there any way of knowing whether it reappears as another, parallel
universe in any form? Could the matter of this galaxy reappear anywhere in
this universe? In other words, is there any evidence of spontaneous
materialization in the vacuum of space?
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