Table of Contents

- 1 What is at the center of a singularity?
- 2 What is inside a singularity?
- 3 Is a black hole infinitely dense?
- 4 Why is space so dark?
- 5 Do wormholes in space exist?
- 6 What is the opposite of a black hole?
- 7 What makes a quantum singularity a classical singularity?
- 8 Is there a singularity in the LQG universe?

## What is at the center of a singularity?

In the center of a black hole is a gravitational singularity, a one-dimensional point which contains a huge mass in an infinitely small space, where density and gravity become infinite and space-time curves infinitely, and where the laws of physics as we know them cease to operate.

### What is inside a singularity?

According to theory, within a black hole there’s something called a singularity. A singularity is what all the matter in a black hole gets crushed into. Others say that the singularity is actually a whole surface inside the event horizon.

**What is at the core of a black hole?**

At the center of a black hole, as described by general relativity, may lie a gravitational singularity, a region where the spacetime curvature becomes infinite. When they reach the singularity, they are crushed to infinite density and their mass is added to the total of the black hole.

**Is a quantum singularity a black hole?**

Farscape. In the Farscape episode “Back and Back and Back to the Future”, a scientist belonging to the Ilanic race develops a quantum singularity ultimate weapon, described essentially as a portable black hole, to be used against their enemies.

## Is a black hole infinitely dense?

A black hole forms when a massive star runs out of the fuel needed to balance out gravity, and collapses under its own gravity to a very small size. General relativity predicts that the star collapses to an infinitely small point with infinite density.

### Why is space so dark?

Because space is a near-perfect vacuum — meaning it has exceedingly few particles — there’s virtually nothing in the space between stars and planets to scatter light to our eyes. And with no light reaching the eyes, they see black.

**What is a black hole singularity?**

The singularity at the center of a black hole is the ultimate no man’s land: a place where matter is compressed down to an infinitely tiny point, and all conceptions of time and space completely break down. And it doesn’t really exist. Something has to replace the singularity, but we’re not exactly sure what.

**Does every black hole contain a singularity?**

In the real universe, no black holes contain singularities. In general, singularities are the non-physical mathematical result of a flawed physical theory. A singularity is a point in space where there is a mass with infinite density.

## Do wormholes in space exist?

Wormholes are consistent with the general theory of relativity, but whether wormholes actually exist remains to be seen. Theoretically, a wormhole might connect extremely long distances such as a billion light years, or short distances such as a few meters, or different points in time, or even different universes.

### What is the opposite of a black hole?

White holes

White holes, which are theoretically the exact opposites of black holes, could constitute a major portion of the mysterious dark matter that’s thought to make up most of the matter in the universe, a new study finds. And some of these bizarre white holes may even predate the Big Bang, the researchers said.

**Does time stop in a singularity?**

When you hit the singularity of a black hole, time stops for you simply because you’re annihilated. This is similar to what happens at the big bang singularity: any observer would have been annihilated by the conditions of the early universe in which the temperature and density diverged to infinity.

**Can a black hole be a quantum singularity?**

A quantum singularity, or black hole, is an incredibly dense remnant of a star which has collapsed in on itself with such a force of gravity it pulls in everything in the electromagnetic spectrum, including light. The formation of a black hole could sometimes be observed in a supernova.

## What makes a quantum singularity a classical singularity?

The quantum singularity you’re probably asking about doesn’t need quantum mechanics to explain. It’s a classical singularity. The force of gravity causes things to have weight. Water is heavy and the deeper down you go, the more pressure you have to resist.

### Is there a singularity in the LQG universe?

LQG combines general relativity with quantum mechanics and defines space-time as a web of indivisible chunks of about 10 -35 metres in size. The team found that as they rewound time in an LQG universe, they reached the big bang, but no singularity – instead they crossed a “quantum bridge” into another older universe.

**Is the USS Voyager at the edge of a quantum singularity?**

For other uses, see Singularity. The USS Voyager at the edge of a quantum singularity in 2371. A quantum singularity, or black hole, is an incredibly dense remnant of a star which has collapsed in on itself with such a force of gravity it pulls in everything in the electromagnetic spectrum, including light.