Following on from my first thread there must be some way that matter is recycled to create more hydrogen to fuel the star process.
The Black Hole can hold the answer, it takes in matter and compacts it down hugely, I would suggest that it achieves this by "stepping down" our atoms through the sub atomic periodic table, at each level the particles take up less and less space.
The black hole compacts matter below the level where electromagnetic particles are created or exist, this being the case you will not see light etc coming from a black hole.
We can now suggest that the escape velocity is less than the speed of light for a black hole, therefore it is possible for a black hole to eject matter if its rate of spin exceeds its escape velocity.
The matter ejected from the black hole would recombine to form the first element, hydrogen.
The pictures of spiral galaxies show us their spiral shape, which is similar to the pattern shown by a catherine wheel firework, in other words it suggests material thrown from a spinning body.
On 13/8/2002 the Subaru Telescope announced it had discovered an exploding galaxy 14 billion light years away, they stated that clouds of hydrogen moving at several hundred kilometres per second were coming from the centre of the galaxy.
I would like to think this the answer of how an infinite universe recycles itself.