So I've got this theory about black Holes that I came up with one night. Now don't get me wrong here, I' not a big head honcho at NASA or anything, but I definately know my fair share about black holes. My idea is that you have 2 black holes that meet. Nobody knows what would really happen, but some people think it would cause a massive explosion. Well, my theory is that the larger of the 2 black holes sucks the other one up, in some more childish terms. Black holes are not allowed to go through complete spaghettification, so the black hole that is inside would still be a black hole. The one in the middle eats all the stuff that comes in through the BH on the outside. Soon, the inside BH swallows the outside BH, and once the peices from the former outside black hole meet in the singularity of the newer outside black hole, they peice together again and cause a new black hole inside the other black hole. This will continue on and on, and each time one BH eats the other BH, the entire thing gets smaller, but retains the same mass. Finally, it gets so small that the gravitational slope is narrow enough to puncture spacetime, causing a hole in the walls of the universe. This "wormhole" if you will, is somewhat, if not exactly like an Einstien-Rosen Bridge. It would be exteemly unstable and would probably destroy itself in due time, but the power of such an object would be unimaginably powerful. Anyway, that's just my little idea, and I would be really happy if someone out there who knows more about this stuff than me could give me some constructive criticizm. THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!