So from my understanding our milky way galaxy contain millions of these black holes, but no body knows what their function is in the universe. Since black holes are formed through the death of dying stars, the gravity that is omitted out of these black holes is so strong that even light gets sucks into it. After reading about the big bang theory, and how it happened 13.4 billion years ago I came to a possible theory.
Since black holes serve to condense matter into small sizes and form and combine with other black holes, would it mean that the black hole is trying to transform our solor system into the tiny bit of condense matter that was once formed before the big bang? If you think about it in about 5 billion years our star will die and might possibly turn into a black hole or get sucked into one. As well as many other stars throughout our galaxy. Is this the cycle of the universe? Do we all get sucked into a tiny bit of condense matter and then explode once again in a big bang, like the one that happen 13.4 billion years ago? I'm not an astrophysicist but this theory makes sense to me, what do you guys think?