", that once past the event horizon, spaghettification of matter in a non-rotating blackhole is 1 dimensional space."<br /><br />I cannot help but thinking that three dimensions are the minimum for anything tangible to us. What would one dimension be? It would have to be an infinitely long straight line, and infinitely thin, for if the line would end somewhere, there would be an edge or corner, making the line two dimensional. But even this two dimensional line wouldn't stick, because if it is infinitely thin, it wouldn't exist [as something we could detect]. And as Hawking himself puts it, two dimensional beings can't exist, for they would fall apart into two pieces, due to the digestive tract needed for us to be. So from a logic and anthropic point of view, we cannot deal with anything less than three dimensions. Also, the spagettification of soft matter (after having passed through the event horizon), as well as a Black Hole rotating, can be disputed, since it would require the fourth dimension, time, for it to 'take place', no matter how minute. <br />