RE: Omega Point, Singularity

Rob Harris Cen-IT (
Tue, 8 Jun 1999 09:14:42 +0100

> The problem is that they have to destroy resources in their own universe
> to do this, shoving useful matter and energy down the throat of the
> black hole. Not to mention the cost of moving stars around or whatever
> is necessary to create them. It's not going to be easy, so this is far
> from a cost free endeavor.
> No doubt some people would be interested in doing this, but it is
> questionable whether it can rival natural processes in terms of creating
> black holes.
> Hal
I always thought the leading theory was that contraction or entropy death of our universe would force any able civilisations to bail out....what do you think of this?
Also, what is the evidence for natural black holes constituting a path to another universe? Does anyone know? Perhaps they lead to nothing or to a base-state reality within which the universes form.....

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