I know black holes are not that well understood but if someone can explain this I'd be grateful.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Please correct me if I have anything wrong, I don't know much about this.

The Schwarzschild solution of comes from the Einstein field equation

I think I have that right. Now I don't understand any of that stuff and I'm not really interested in how it's solved but I did notice one thing that seems to suggest that actually dividing by 0 is in fact possible, in the right conditions.

What exactly happens when the Schwarzschild radial is exactly 0? Dividing by 0 isn't allowed... Or is it?

I'm still trying to wrap my head around the singularity, is it actually truly dimensionless and the radial is literally 0, or is it just incredibly close to 0?

Or the more likely explanation is I'm an idiot and don't understand what I'm talking about

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