i ENVY YOU, guys, to "know" so much about BHs to speak of a singularity.
I would not go further than "according to what is said about them, they may
wash off whatever got into and turn into - sort of - a singularity".
Galaxies, whatever, fall into those hypothetical BHs and who knows how much
Dark Matter (the assumed), we just "don't know" - it all may be neatly
in and escape from the habitual description of the 'singularity' as an
structural view, - or - as seemingly you assume: they homogenize (paste?)
it all into a - well - singularity-content.

Whoever KNOWS more about singularities, BHs, Dark Matter, should
speak up - please: NO assumptions ('it got to be's) or deductions of such!

John M

On 3/8/07, Stathis Papaioannou <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 3/9/07, Mark Peaty <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> MP: Two thoughts come to my suspicious mind.
> > 1/   [Not far from the post-Freudian speculation :-] ... Attendance
> > within the event horizon of a common or garden galactic variety black
> > hole would seem to incorporate a one-way ticket *to* the singularity,
> > would it not?
> Yes, but it could take a very long time to get there in a massive enough
> black hole.
> Stathis Papaioannou
> >

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