Are black holes a point of singularity of infinite density, approaching that point as a limit, or just really massive and really dense? Is light really being "sucked in" by the gravity and actually being attracted to the object, or is it really just following the really really steep bend in space-time that goes towards the black hole, and since time is so incredibly "slow" in black holes compared to Earth time, the light doesn't appear to come out because it is moving at such slow speeds? I might have just explained why it is being sucked in haha. Also...could it be possible that Inside black holes, all four forces are actually one? If the gravity is strong enough to rip atom from atom (electromagnetic) and proton from proton (nuclear), couldn't it be strong enough to assimilate all four forces? We talk about speed and heat being the only ways to mimic the beginning of time. How about a large amount of gravity? Off topic: The Big Bang might have been a black hole that disintegrated, eh?