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What is wrong with this picture?<br />Mathematically there is a singularity in the middle of a black hole. The density is infinite at the center. Infinite density means infinite mass. Something has to collapse into a black hole. An object of very finite mass forms an onbect with an infinite mass in the middle. MAtter out of nowhere. So the mathematical theory is simply wrong.<br /><br />Also, black holes have a radius. I've read about the horizon etc, but some black holes are 'larger' than others. What keeps the super-dense matter, say, 5 cm away from the singularity from falling into it?<br /><br />Is there a maximum density matter can be crushed into?<br /><br />Please help me understand. <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> <p> </p><p> </p><p><span style="color:#ff9900" class="Apple-style-span">-pyoko</span> <span style="color:#333333" class="Apple-style-span">the</span> <span style="color:#339966" class="Apple-style-span">duck </span></p><p><span style="color:#339966" class="Apple-style-span"><span style="color:#808080;font-style:italic" class="Apple-style-span">It is by will alone I set my mind in motion.</span></span></p> </div>