Expanding Gravitational Theory
The force of the Big Bang expanded the universe in the bink of an eye. Now what do we call the universe before it began? Any ideas? It can be called Unimatter, as it is not a solid, a liquid or a gas; it is but all three. Now, when this minute (Infinately tiny) and dense dot expanded, it yanked all elements into existance, by separating the bond between them all. Now, think of the Unimatter as a rubber ball. Try stretching it. Well, if you were to try it, the ball wouldn't stretch; it would want to stay together (As if it had a will) ! Now put that idea aside and think of the universe as a piece of chewing gum. What will happen if you stretch the gum out? It will stretch, of course! Now, what would happen if you stretched it too far? It would break! The universe is basically stretching, expanding, but wants to go to it's original form (Unimatter), but the energy of the big bang is so much greater than the energy trying to pull it back together. Due to this, eventually the energy that expanded the unimatter will expire and the force pulling it back together will be greater. In an instant, the universe begins contracting from its current infinate size back to an infinately dense singularity, slowly at first, then faster, and faster, until the energy pulling it back pulls it back together so powerfully that it becomes so dense it cannot grow any more dense and to create an equilibrium, energy is released in the form of the big bang and it expands once more to create the universe again. Now, the energy pulling the unimatter back together is what creates gravity. The atomic particles that make up the universe are still being pulled back together, forced and squashed by unseen energy which is trying to pull the universe back into a singularity. This "Pull" is what creates gravity; it is the energy forcing everything back together, but because the force which is expanding the universe is greater, and the force trying to force the universe back together is so much less, the universe will keep expanding until a point when the two forces reach an equilibrium.
Think about it like this:
Now because the universe is ever-expanding, the force that is pulling it back together is greater, while the force which is expanding the universe is getting lesser and, as time goes on (millions to billions of years), gravity on large masses in the universe will become greater, while the universe is being pulled apart. Eventually, it will snap back to it's original form.
Here is an equation:
-oe=original energy of the big bang
Now, don't forget that we all have gravity! (Gravity is the force pulling the universe back together and depending upon the amount of matter being pulled.)
Now Black holes are basically smaller versions of the big bang; The energy forcing the matter of and around a large star becomes so great when it implodes at the end of it's life that it becomes an infinately small singularity(Unimatter) Now because the mass is so incredibly dense and gravity depends on the pull which is pulling the universe back together *and* the mass of an object, the strength of the pull is incredibly strong due to it's large mass, yet small area. As well as the big bang, black holes are basically Unimatter and anything that gets close enough will be pulled in by it's force of gravity and become a part of that unimatter. Matter CANNOT dissappear, it merely become infinately small and dense.