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I'm a student in the UK who just finished my GCSE's and im very interesting in physics particularly quantum physics, though i have little knowledge of it. So a blackhole is also called a "quantum singularity"? And it is an object with near infite mass and little/no volume (correct me if im wrong). What i don't understand is, the shape of a black hole is like that of a funnel, with the singularity at the bottom of this funnel and an acceleration disc at the top, and this suggests its a 3d shape but is it. How can it be if the matter is being pulled into the singualirty and there is only one acceleration disc? Surely if you were to go around the back of a black hole it would appear empty? I don't know if i make sense and i know i sound stupid but im just interested to find out.

Izz