[seqfan] Re: silly thought
jawbrey at att.net
Wed Dec 3 16:00:34 CET 2008
read my ellipsis ...
David Wilson wrote:
> I had a probably silly idea...
> What if the universe were slightly elliptical, and near our opposite
> pole were a massive black hole. From our standpoint, its gravitational
> effects on increasingly distant objects would appear as an expanding
> universe, its event horizon as "the edge of the universe", and the dying
> screams of consumed galaxies as background radiation.
> But seriously, can the edge of the universe be likened in any way to the
> event horizon of a black hole?
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