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Posted by Dave Brian/">Dave Brian on February 3, 1999 15:47:22 UTC

I understand that a singularity is at the center of a blackhole surrounded... or protected from observation by the event horizon. My question has to do with the nature of the singularity. Is the singularity a pocket dimension or in other words, is it both in our four dimensions and not at the same time? If I am not mistaken the singularity is one dimensional but exsisting in our four but allowing no travel from it.

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