Scientists theorize that black holes are wormholes to different universes. Or maybe even different parts of the same universe.
But considering that all the elements that created the universe are present in a star, (and also on our own planet), could it be possible, if only theoretically, that the collapse of a star into a black hole is actually the formation of a universe at the other side of it?
Ergo, at the point of origin of the ‘Big Bang’ is the ‘exit’ of a black hole which we were ‘expelled’ from when a star collapsed in an alternate universe.
I’m sure there’s a scientific reason why this isn’t possible. Or, if it is, that someone has already thought of it.
Anyway, it’s just a thought.