Good day to you all, I am total amateur so people with high physics degree dont need to waste their time since this question is very easy to answer I am sure... Time gets slower and slower (atleast relative to us) as the gravitational field gets stronger and stronger right? (If I am wrong just skip the rest and call me an idiot) I can see two logical problems with this postulate. The first one is the big bang. How could the universe expand in such a short time if at the beggining, there was so much energy/matter that the time dilation must have been huge if not infinite? Or was it really that slow but since we live inside the universe we can't tell the difference? Second one is the black holes. If I am right, as a star collapse into itself it has bigger and bigger escape speed and the time dilation increases. How can this star ever reach it's terminal state of singularity if eventually time virtually stops and atleast from our perspective the star never collapses completely? Thank you for your time!