What if…

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What if those supermassive black holes, believed to be at the center of every galaxy in the observable universe, formed not from the consumption of greater and greater quantities of gas and stars over the eons…

What if they were instead fragments of the original singularity from which all of the matter in the universe came to be? Actual, intact–as a singularity can exist as such–portions of a universe-mass black hole, itself, blasted apart and scattered across the cosmos to become the seeds around which all of the matter in the universe would later coalesce to form the stars, the planets, the apple pies… the galaxies?

Might the children of the Big Bang have at their hearts actual fractions of that earliest conceivable mass of “everything”?

What if?