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Posted by Clerk on January 26, 2005 02:15:50 UTC

General Relativity predicts a math singularity in BHs and the Big Bang. That does not mean that these singularities actually exist in nature. For example, quantum gravity theories can calculate what happens before and during the big bang and within the central region of the BH. Quantum theory added to classical theories that predict singularities indicate the the singularity is just a figment of incomplate physics.

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