Is that a valid number for the schwarzschild radius of the universe?
Schwarzschild radius, also called gravitational radius, the radius below which the gravitational attraction between the particles of a body must cause it to undergo irreversible gravitational collapse.
Are we under irreversible gravitation collapse?
"Are we under irreversible gravitational collapsed?"
Of course we are, but you are thinking of a crinkling, squashing, effect and that isn't the way this irreversible gravitational collapse, this contraction of the universe, at once exactly paralleling the expansion of the universe, works. Think of it working both ways at once, that spacetime is not an absolute but is relative and that you aren't going to get squished in the contraction, nor stretched in the expansion. That because of the contraction, the expansion in turnabout, though actually occurring due to the infinity absolute, goes to "nowhereland," into "nothingness," and because of the expansion, the contraction in turnabout, though actually occurring due again to the infinity absolute, goes to "nowhereland," into "nothingness."
What is the net relative effect of the two opposing "absolutes," the two opposing effects? You are living the "relative," living inside the "relative horizon" of the net "relative" effect.
Some people think that because we exist within a local relative finite, a warp-space-bubble of spacetime, essentially a hologram if you will, it could just up and disappear at any moment. If you think about the two opposing infinity absolutes, the two opposing effects, you will realize the sheer impossibility of such a disappearance. Not the impossibility of disappearance as in change, but the impossibility of the holographic frame of local-finite coordinate relativity ever disappearing,
If you could approach the boundary horizon of a black hole without being destroyed in the debris field, you would find you are entering fast upon an expanding universe inside the horizon, and you contracting just as fast into it without being stretched or squashed, again providing your force field held up and you get that far. Think about how a contracted Earth (less than a black hole) expands (less than a black hole) for an approaching visitor to Earth until it almost fills the universe for the UFO, er, visitor, or traveler coming home. You wouldn't think you have a 0-point (portal) graviton singularity to thank for it, but that graviton singularity is exactly what you would have to thank for it . . . for what you take so absolutely for granted.
Every time I define infinite (infinite (infinitesimal) / infinitesimal (infinite) / infinity of.... / Infinities of....) I'm defining a 0-point (portal) graviton singularity. I'm defining a point. Even if it, that point, is primal / fundamental binary base 2 0}1 and (+/-) parity, farthest up and out, farthest down and in. Nothing above it. Nothing below it. Nothing outside it. Nothing inside it (thus everything above it. Everything below it. Everything outside it. Everything inside it). Horizon . . . micro / macro, 'Cloud' Horizon.