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Singularity?

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Posted by Sergei on October 14, 2003 21:20:42 UTC

I have a brief question:
During the Big Bang (assuming it took place) the whole universe was condensed to an ultrahot infinitely dense point or singularity. I have read in a book that the same type of singularity exists in a black hole. Is it really so, or is there not enough info to make a conclusion?
Thanks in advance,
Sergei

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