OK, this is a long one. Black holes are a singularity, right? As is, their dimensions are 0mX0mX0m? That is why their gravity is so strong, because objects can get much closer and thus make the distance between them 0 and force of gravity infinite. In order for this to be possible, there would have to pe a particle with mass, but no volume. Since the majority of the volume of, say, an atom, is made of the empty space between the nucleus and the electrons, you can decrease the volume by a lot. Because the majority of the volume of a proton consists of the empty space between the quarks, you can further reduce the volume. But in order to remove all the volume of an object, that would mean that at some point, the entire object is made of empty space with some volumeless particle that has mass. That would mean that everything is made up of singularities, and thus everything is made of black holes. Is this valid? If not, where did I go wrong?