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Black holes and Singularities

An astrophysicist, Mr.Bell told me that an object entering a black hole will encounter the singularity at the center of the black hole. But, in a singularity,
all the laws of physics break down including time. Therefore, if time is not there
the black hole would be boundless or infinite. This means that there would
no center at where the object would encounter the singularity.
So isn't Mr.Bell wrong?

  • Aug 31 2013: Maybe you forget to realize that the distortion of time, is not at a quantum level, but continuous as you approach the singularity. If there is any implication to be garnered it is that........well ask Mr. Bell.