May 22 UPI -- A new computer model predicts the possibility of naked singularities in four-dimensional space, challenging Einstein's general theory of relativity. The theory of relativity describes gravity -- a product of matter's effect on spacetime -- and its relations to the other laws of physics. A singularity is a point in space where gravity is so strong that the laws of physics break down. The theory of relativity predicts all black holes are located in the center of black holes, surrounded by an event horizon, rendering them unobservable. Some scientists believe singularities could exist outside of an event horizon, exposed.
Model predicts presence of naked singularity in 4D space
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They represent the only breakdown sites accessible to experimentalists, since the only other known singularity, the big bang, is believed to be invisible due to the vast expansion that occurred afterwards during cosmic inflation. Every physicist knows these facts but very few discuss black hole singularities, as if the topic is taboo. The reason is simple: to explore the true nature of singularities we need a theory that unifies general relativity with quantum mechanics, and we do not have a unique, well-defined formalism for doing that.