Why, at the center of a black hole, does the need to be a point where space-time curvature is infinite? I understand that black holes scale with consumed matter, and that the point has 0 density but how do we get infinite G?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm just an amateur but because this might just be a mathematical implication, and I'd love it if you threw an equation for me to try and pick apart. Also, why wouldn't a model without a singularity work?

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# Why does a singularity have to exist?

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