Let me preface by apologizing if this isn't posted in the correct forum... If it isn't, please point me to the correct forum and I'll gladly re-post. Why is an anomaly like a BH considered a singularity? Why is a BH not considered to be a super massive object existing in our space-time fabric? So massive and most likely spinning, but not necessarily spinning, to cause light not to reflect back to the viewer. Hence a black hole. Or more appropriately an onyx object. Here's my question... why are BHs not emitting huge amounts of neutrinos? or are they? If they are emitting neutrinos wouldn't that exclude them from the "singularity" concept?