Question: Ok, another one about black holes :). I’ve got a theory and I’d like you to disprove it (if you can), so that I can improve it. It’s that density causes gravity, so the denser something is, the more gravity it has. Black holes come into this as, rather than growing in size, I believe that they just become denser (because of its own gravity). I think it can do this forever because I believe atoms (and maybe photons) can be broken down into infinite parts (past even quarks). This is because a black holes gravity is so strong, that it breaks apart atoms and condenses them, making something which has more gravity. So black holes condense atoms, rather than just pile them on, which gives it more density and more gravity, which breaks the atoms parts up even more etc, and pulls even more in, giving it the illusion that it’s growing. What do you think? Again, tell me where I’ve gone wrong so that I can improve, I’d be really grateful if you did.