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Huge black holes regulate star formation

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paperdyer

Think of a bungie cord, The galaxy is at the end of it at the furthermost point.  Since the universe is still expanding the "cord" is still stretching.  Sooner or later the cord snaps back into the black hole, another big bang and it starts all over again with slightly different amounts of matter depending on what comets and meteors are in the area.

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Erno86

Here's a pretty good PBS NOVA video on how black holes regulate star formation....TITLED:

xxxxxxxxxxx      "Black Hole Apocalypse"       xxxxxxxxxxxx

 

http://www.pbs.org/video/black-hole-apocalypse-yj34qi/

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