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Posted by Richard Ruquist on June 2, 2004 12:58:14 UTC

Infinity is not allowed in physics. That is the fundamental rule. If you get one, your theory is incorrect. Since GR predicts an infinity or singularity inside a black hole, or at the beginning of the big bang means that gr does not work at such points in spacetime.

Thinking that GR is more fundamental than reality is a BIG mistake.

yanniru

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