January 23, 2019
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Given the universe’s total visible mass and assuming that basic gravitational theory is correct and is the only long-range force acting on the universe, the universe should be a large black hole. The assumption that there is additional matter in the universe as proposed by the dark matter hypothesis worsens this large black hole problem. Even under the big bang model the universe should have been a black hole the instant the massenergy came into existence and it should still be a black hole today. The universe is not a black hole of any type known to science. This tells us that the force responsible for accelerating expansion is dominant or gravity weaker at long distances making universal scale black hole formation impossible. The universe’s large black hole problem means that we must reconsider the physical mechanisms and underlying forces responsible for gravitation, accelerating expansion and the actual force underlying the dark matter problem.
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