We point out that scenarios in which the universe is born from the interior of a black hole may not posses many of the problems of the Standard Big-Bang (SBB) model. In particular we demonstrate that the horizon problem, flatness, and the structure formation problem might be solved naturally, not necessarily requiring a long period of cosmological inflation. The black hole information loss problem is also discussed. Our conclusions are completely independent of the details of general models.
- Black holes in string theory
- Cosmology of theories beyond the sm
- Models of quantum gravity
- Physics of the early universe
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics