Main Question or Discussion Point
I have been pondering black holes for some time and have had trouble with the problems presented simply because there is very little we can do to study the phenomena. I have always thought of a black from the outside looking in, or basically the only way we can hope to see a black hole. However, a thought the other day occurred to me that we may be thinking about black holes all wrong. Why think of a black from the outer perspective when it is the singularity that creates the black hole in the first place. This is purely hypothetical as we all know the singularity is impossible to isolate as it is infinitely small even on the quantum scale. For the purpose of this thought experiment, scale the singularity to our size because the size is really arbitrary. What would the universe look like from our perspective sitting on the singularity looking out? I know the answer, I want to see what others think first...