The idea of a singularity is a problem for Big Bang cosmology and(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

the singularity general relativity says existed at the start of the universe needs to be removed.There are singularities predicted for black holes too.

Isn't the most likely explanation, to stop a singularity from forming, that

gravity gets weaker for some reason when mass gets beyond a certain density? Since current theory cannot explain such a scenario,

we would expect the correct theory of quantum gravity to show that

gravity does in fact get weaker above a certain mass density,

and that the underlying reason is a gravitational coupling constant

that has become weaker? Could gravity show asymptotic freedom of some kind for masses separated by short distances? What are your thoughts on this?

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