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    Exclamation Black Holes, Universal Societies, and the Marvel Universe

    This information comes from Powers of X #5, but seems obviously pertinent to the grand scheme of Marvel Cosmic at large. Even if you subscribe to the conspiracy that everything we've seen in HOXPOX so far have been past lives of Moira, the nature of her power and the situation means this information is valid regardless.






    The term "singularity" as it relates to Artificial Intelligence is now literal. Black Holes are now host to AI hive minds.

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    Is this for the future or current MU?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlatinumThorns View Post
    Is this for the future or current MU?
    It's information established in a future setting, but would logically also hold true for the current MU. It'd be surprising if it doesn't come into play in some form in Hickman's X-Men.

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    If Krakoa is a mutant island, couldn't there be mutant black holes?

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    I wonder if the Progenitors from Royals could come into this

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    "Thinking of the graham number can make your brain collapse into a blackhole"

    Hickman: "All blackholes are the collective intelligence of societies"

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    Is Hickman recreating Deep Space 9? "Black Holes are now host to AI hive minds." sounds more like the Prophets in DS9 wormhole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralmist View Post
    Is Hickman recreating Deep Space 9? "Black Holes are now host to AI hive minds." sounds more like the Prophets in DS9 wormhole.
    Wow! Your right this does come off like a Deep Space Nine plot

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    I'm curious if Galactus and Phoenix directly oppose these intelligences or are simply collateral casualties like any other living being in their path.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glio View Post
    I'm curious if Galactus and Phoenix directly oppose these intelligences or are simply collateral casualties like any other living being in their path.
    That's the question, but it would make sense that it's less about strength and more it being a "rock, paper, scissors" that Galactus or the Phoenix would just use them as a buffet of power.

    My question is, do these intelligent-black holes just stay in their own universes or can they jump into other ones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosebunse View Post
    That's the question, but it would make sense that it's less about strength and more it being a "rock, paper, scissors" that Galactus or the Phoenix would just use them as a buffet of power.

    My question is, do these intelligent-black holes just stay in their own universes or can they jump into other ones?
    It says they are beyond space and time...god like so my guess is no
    In the real world i would be BOTH pro registration and Pro mutant rights. Xavier and Trask were both right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeartofTheStoriesWeTell View Post
    It says they are beyond space and time...god like so my guess is no
    Well, aren't black holes beyond space and time by definition?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glio View Post
    Well, aren't black holes beyond space and time by definition?
    Well, but our standard definition, yes. The question is if they remain outside or if they can infect other universes.

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    That somehow Galactus is a threat to these intelligences but Reed Richards can throw him out of the Earth as an unwanted guest makes him more impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glio View Post
    That somehow Galactus is a threat to these intelligences but Reed Richards can throw him out of the Earth as an unwanted guest makes him more impressive.
    I think it will depend entirely on the defenses the intelligence has and if they really want to go anywhere near Galactus or the Phoenix.

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