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A black hole needs a "universe" to be in (spacetime and all that good
stuff). It is not at all clear what the environment that preceded the
big bang consisted of? Could it be characterized by a spacetime
dimensionality? A temperature? A vacuum?
Perhaps the Big Bang occurred everywhere simultaneously, so it wouldn't need
a location. Does that constitute too large a leap of faith?