Hey everyone. This is my first post here.<br /><br />I was wondering what your thoughts were on vacuum fluctuations, such as what is mentioned on this page: <br />http://www.braungardt.com/Physics/Vacuum%20Fluctuation.htm<br /><br />Do you think it would be possible that before the big bang there was an extremely super massive black hole that had a gravitational pull that was so strong that it could actually create a vacuum fluctuation all around it? Maybe after a while of sucking in all of those energy particles, it would finally gain enough mass and energy to actually blow itself up? Remember that if it were possible, more particles would add to the gravity of the mass, and that would exponentially increase the size of the vacuum fluctuation over time. <br /><br />What do you think?