My brain has imaged a black hole from data collected, and arrived at a simple conclusion: A black hole is where spacetime didn't expand into - it is the absence of spacetime. What are its properties? I've seen the term 100 Million solar masses bandied about - so the essence of it is not life sustainable, so far. Supposed we could shoot (or blow) a universe into it if we could direct enough energy to move a solar systems super-massive black hole into it - that would be equivalent to the merging of two black holes. I'm guessing that is how universes are created. They create themselves, on the large scale. We (matter) are simply a product of energy that is self-organizing. Yes, I am wondering if I should post this.