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Will black holes eventually engulf the Universe?

AuthorsMartín Moruno, Prado ; Jiménez Madrid, J.A.; González-Díaz, Pedro F.
Issue Date2006
CitationPhysics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics 640(4): 117- 120 (2006)
AbstractThe Babichev-Dokuchaev-Eroshenko model for the accretion of dark energy onto black holes has been extended to deal with black holes with non-static metrics. The possibility that for an asymptotic observer a black hole with large mass will rapidly increase and eventually engulf the Universe at a finite time in the future has been studied by using reasonable values for astronomical parameters. It is concluded that such a phenomenon is forbidden for all black holes in quintessential cosmological models. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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