I was sitting in the bathtub today watching my skin get pruny and thinking about black holes (this is something I do frequently) when an interesting thought occured to me. We know that the universe is constantly expanding into infinity, right? A black hole, as I understand it, is the exact opposite except on a much smaller scale--it's constantly collapsing into infinity. Suppose that the big crunch theory doesn't work and the universe continues to expand at its current rate. Would it eventually rip all of its black holes into peices? Just curious.