Date: June 20, 19103 at 14:20:04
I think that a black hole could become full (singularity mass = inf + 1), the resulting explosion would cause a "regional" big bang. In the aftermath of that expulsion a new nebula is created, possibly a galaxy depending on the mass of the black hole. This process repeats itself. Therefore constantly refueling the universe.
If black holes do not become full, where does all of the matter go. Prehaps after matter passes the event horizion it instantly passes through the singularity and exits through a quasar in the same place but in a different time.
I figure I would throw that out there comment as you see fit.
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