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Singularity of a black hole

  1. Aug 18, 2004 #1
    When a star of a few solar masses collapses and starts to form a black hole,
    if the particles of which the star was made get closer and closer together
    as the density increases, will there come a point at which no force mediating
    particles have a short enough wavelength to get between the star's particles to cause a force .Will there come a point at which,the gravitational force no longer exists even though the curvature of space-time does because the stress-energy-momentum tensor will still have the value we expect it to?
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