Following was the question:
What is the best theory you've read/ heard about what exists on the other side of a point singularity?
Prof. Zikzak responded:
Why the thumbs downs: This is science, and there is a right answer and there are lots of wrong answers. Wrong answers deserve thumbs-downs. Your "beliefs," and other people's "beliefs," are totally irrelevant. You can believe the Earth is flat if you want, but that doesn't make it so.
The correct answer is that there is a singularity or near-singularity at the center, and matter that enters the hole ends up there. That mass adds to the mass of the hole; it is not destroyed.
Black Holes are theorectical. The Prof's statement about what happens when entering a black hole is theoretical. I posed another theory (supported by String Theory and Michu Kaku - a renowned theoretical physicist) and which he dissed. Einstein's discussion of Relativity is called "Theory of Relativity". Should we just dismiss this also