There’s been all kinds of notions flying around in science circles about these strange regions of space where light seems to be unable to escape and thus the name “black hole” is applied. The idea is that as a star “dies” it condenses into a mass of neutrons and exerts a gravitational pull so powerful that photons or light producing “particles” are unable to escape making them invisible.
This is an interesting theory especially when combined with the thought that all galaxies may have one of these “black holes” at their cores. Of course, as I’ve already pointed out, all massive bodies should theoretically be hollow and have zero gravity at their cores. Remember, that at the core of these bodies the mass that creates the gravity is surrounding the core equally and thus cancelling out the gravitation field. This will also hold true for even theoretical ultra massive and dense bodies like those theorized “neutron stars”.
So, as these “black holes” would consume all the matter within the powerful gravitational pull, the zero gravity core should make the whole system far more complex and problematic. I would support the idea that each galaxy has a region at it’s core that is pulling all the bodies toward the center. This would explain the fact that most galaxies have a spiral shape as though their motion towards the center has induced a spin or vortex.
So, what does this say about the future of these “galaxies”? Will the spin being induced on them accelerate as the innumerable suns and planets, etc. are pulled toward the center? What will Jesus do with the universe He engineered? He said, “heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away.”