A star goes supernova. I suddenly wonder with certain results from certain small experiments being done now drawing something like tiny energies from seeming nothing at all, if when stars go supernova, maybe even just nova, they output more matter mass and energy into the universe than ever existed -- then they ever contained -- before they went supernova and/or just nova. Something like the Big Bang going local (white hole) across space and time at least partially in drawing (in acquiring) and outputting something, maybe quite a bit of something (maybe quite a bit of matter mass and energy), from seeming nothing: the void or vacuum . . . or even from black holes (revolving door spooky actions at a distance).