posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 11:11 PM
reply to post by Kashai
in a black hole the matter is squeezed so tightly it is basically not even matter of any type any longer, it is squeezed out of existance.
The best way I have seen it expressed is that it is squeezed until all electrical cohesion of all particles breaks down, leaving behind nothing bjt
Energy can by compressed into any space, and more can be added, as log as the pressure to hold it in keeps it from getting out.
The "inifnite" gravity of a black hole ( I say infinite not because it is infinite in the sense of across all space time, but it is inifnite across
a planck length, a point, which technically doesn't exist, as it is the smallest unit ever proposed to be able to exist, with the same mass that
would span many millions or billions of cubic miles of regular matter) is more than any known force can overcome. Resulting in the ability of even a
single neutron being able to be squeezed tight enough to cause a microscopic black hole, as any mass at all squeezed into an infinitely small space
would be infinite mass acroos an infinitely small space.
So the ability of any particle to exist in the space occupied by a singularity could not ever be of any particle type at all, only energy, as any
amount of energy can occupy any space. It would only increase the energy, therefore the mass of the given space.
A naked singularity as yet unproven, but theoretically plausable, would be matter still. So not a singularity at all, as singularity by definition
occupies either, a point, a planck length, or an infinitely small space. All 3 are equally accurate, except a planck length would still occupy space,
just so small of a space as to be infinitely small.
Ok now my head hurts from talking in circles.