Hello, I was wondering if the following idea had been proposed in one form or another within a scientific community. Provided that the space within the singularity is dimensionless, that being 0 in length on all the axes (is it?) the following is in order. From this follows that the Planck's Length is zero, therefore the Planck's Time is zero as well. All that means that if whatever happens, if it happens at all inside singularity must happen at the exact same instance as all the other events happening inside the same singularity (and every other singularity as well). Now, don't be too quick on throwing rotten tomatoes at me. My expertise lies within the realms of computer science. I am not educated into physics formally if you don't count high-school and my general interests (I might get a degree later on, however unlikely that seems to be). My thought rests on one assumption only: the lack of dimensions inside a singularity and I'm wondering if I'm wrong about that. If that assumption is correct the train of thought should be correct as well. Thank you.