The very slow death of a Universe
Every thing as a beginning end and set limitations with in this universe we are lucky to be part of. There is a load of recycling going but eventual the atoms and antimatter must meet and cancel themselves out. The birth is very similar in away the conditions are much the same.
Let me explain its a lot to do with temperature and energy plus of course natural Progression (a constant time line).
First you start of with a completely empty void with no energy whatsoever its an affinity of nothingness. I refer to as virgin space.
It does have a center point the temperature is extremely cold and constantly dropping as natural progression plot on at its set constant speed of 1037.5 MPH. Earth measurement of distance and time. No the measurement did not exist then but Natural progression certainly did.
When the temperature goes below -273.15 C’ as energy does not exist Cold Fusion starts a very slow implosion of negative energy that has a stress point I name this Fusion AstroFusion.
The Stress point I call AstroFission it the even that negative energy ruptures into positive energy and mass to contain it matter and antimatter. out of nothing. The temperature being the opposite of the AstroFusion temperature. Of what I believe logically to be in the region of 90 trillion Centigrade. Where as the Fusion stress point could be about100 billion kelvin at a good logical guess.
How did I work that out well the fact a Black Hole, has to be created after a Super Nova explodes at the temperature of 100 billion kelvin.
Any lower a Neutron Star is created, black holes drag matter and and matter together and that cancel both out. Of course when they do vibration frequency radiation records the event are then released outward as a light wave.
Black holes are stated as being stellar, supermassive, and miniature but I believe there is only one type of black hole. What we are actual seeing, are different stages of its life and near death. They lose mass due to matter and antimatter meeting and disappearing into nothingness.
Yes! Stephen Hawkin’s nearly got it right.
Black holes can and in the end do shrink very slowly as part of the universe dies.
This Theory has been given proof by experiments at CERN with antimatter.