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Another explanation is that humans just couldn’t survive on Earth anymore.] In Monsters Inc., they have an energy crisis because they are in a future earth without humans. Some now conjecture that black holes do not exist as such but are dark energy, [8] or that our universe is both—a black hole and dark energy. [9] The Scharwzchild solution of Einstein's equations can be maximally extended to predict a black hole having a flip side—another universe emerging from a white hole.

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