As temperature and pressure grows, matter changes. The energy imposed on matter forces particles to disintegrate and recombine in different ways and subatomic orbitals fold over each other into new, smaller and faster patterns.
Because a black hole contains millions of different compression levels, can it be said that the matter inside a black hole will transition between millions of different states and dimensions.
As the temperature forces subatomic particles to vibrate much faster, in the space of one nanosecond inside the black hole, 10 billion years would occur in a planet far away.
Amateur scientist question sorry: If matter could recombine into many different states of orbital equilibrium and timescales inside a black hole, does that not mean they are engines for creating durable universes that slowly transition from one state of matter to another? they are universe generators?
I like that theory because it means that the universe is a self replicating structure, which is a natural law of presence and of creation.