I like this statement. It makes me wonder if we are really inside a black hole. Could the collapse of matter under gravity continue indefinitely? Could more and more space be generated "inside" (and I use the term very loosely) a black hole that would appear as an expansionary universe to an observer inside the even horizon of a black hole? Could "nested" black holes either one, or a cluster of singularities with their own unique even horizons, exist with a common event horizon relative to an observer outside this event horizon? Just doing some pre-caffiene speculation.
Pretty sharp, I'd say. Some theorists have been thinking along those lines for 20 years. Google up the term "chaotic inflation".
According to inflationary theory, the universe itself is a black hole, so the speculation that the interior of a black hole is, subjectively, a universe unto itself is well-founded.