Singularity: All we know about it

“Do you realize that if you fall into a black hole, you’ll see the entire future of the Universe in front of you in a matter of moments, and you’ll emerge into another spacetime created by the singularity of the black hole you just fell into?”

                                                                                                                 -Neil deGrasse Tyson

Hello readers, I’m back with another post, based on Singularity and if you’ve not read my previous post about black holes, then please read it. After reading my previous post, y’all might be thinking ‘What is Singularity?’ Well, here’s the one word answer to it: EVERYTHING.

Singularity is basically considered to be the innermost region of a black hole, where the density and gravitational field are infinite. Meaning, it’s the part where a person would see the future of the Universe in one single moment and emerge into the spacetime created by it, as explained by Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.

Always remember that time has no limit. So, once you get near the Singularity, you’ll see the future of the Universe, meaning infinite time in just a moment and that is like seeing everything in just a millisecond. I’m sure that most of you have this question, ‘Is singularity a practical concept?’ As for now, no, it is not but we have observed the reaction of a black hole through a telescope, so we can say that black holes exist, and if our theory is correct, then, singularity would exist, too!

Thank you folks for reading, please comment below if you’ve got a question, or if you want to give some review. Your contribution is always appreciated!
Happy Stargazing!

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