Function

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About Function

  • Rank
    Protist
  • Birthday 12/27/1996

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  • Location
    Belgium
  • Interests
    Movies, music (where shall I start ...), neuro-oncology (with special interests in gliomas), neurology and neurophysiology (with special interests in epilepsy and (problems of) consciousness), endocrinology (with special interests in fertility, andrology, and endocrinology of the adrenal cortex)
  • College Major/Degree
    BSc in Medicine
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Medicine: neurology, neurophysiology, endocrinology
  • Occupation
    2nd year graduate student - Master of Medicine

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  1. The news about that black hole thing made me think. Now forgive me, physicists and others, for being such a noob when it comes to astronomy, but I had this idea, which didn't sound too stupid to me, but again, I'm a real layman in astronomy.

    I was thinking that the big bang may have been a black hole, being overloaded with everything else the universe held, such that it became unstable, and exploded? Additionally, if I'm right, black holes grow while eating stuff, and may eat each other. What if our whole universe will come to a point in time where there are only two black holes, which have eaten anything else, remaining only for one to eat the other one, leaving only one giant black hole, once again being overloaded, and exploding, like a new big bang?

    1. StringJunky

      StringJunky

      No. Stick to medicine.  :P

    2. Strange

      Strange

      !

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    3. peterwlocke

      peterwlocke

      that is a STRANGE thought.