The Big Bang, a Star and a Blackhole
With all of the components of a star being contained in the womb of Primordial Space-Time, where all of Einsteins theories break down, but the base creation of the star still exists and then comes into being after a Big Bang event and then collapses into a blackhole, the center of a blackhole would in fact be a door way, back into Primordial Space-Time.
Let’s use dichotomy for the moment: a division or contrast between two things that are or are represented as being opposed or entirely different.
Since gravity does not exist, as we know it, in Primordial Space-Time, but the elements of a star would in fact exist, the singularity of a Universe, containing stars, would be completely surrounded by Primordial Space-Time. space-time that is most likely moving close to the speed of infinity. But something happens at the point of the Big Bang, the speed of infinite space-time is dampened or slowed down to the point of the Big Bang event taking place. What type of particle could dampen the speed of near infinity would be wonderous to discover. As the Big Bang event expands outwards, so to does the particle that dampens the speed of near infinity on the Universes singularity. With the Big Bang expanding and the Big Bang particle dampening Primordial space-time traveling at near the speed of infinity, time slows down to the point of particles being able to interact in such a way with particles and strings that have been dampened by the Big Bang particle. Strings of Primordial space-time become interactable with.
Now we have a full star, surrounded by space-time and some remnants of Primordial space-time. Basically, the opposite of a blackhole. The star is able to transmit its light across space-time, but such light does not reach all points at once due to the remnants of near the speed of infinity effecting the light wave/photon that causes the light wave/photon to diminish over time.
As a star collapses, the elements inside the star have such a pressure placed on them that the pressure recreates the opposite moment of the Big Bang. Instead of the star simply collapsing and sending the elements in all directions, the elements become Primordial Space-Time. Thus, the event horizon of a blackhole through which nothing can escape, not even light, would be functioning at near the speed of infinity, just like space-time did before the Big Bang. Primordial Space-Time that is surrounded by super-heated gases being pulled back into Primordial Space where the elements are then accelerated at near the speed of infinity, to another location in infinity. The dichotomy would be the star, inside the shell of that is not affected by near the speed of infinity that has a second dampening layer would instead be surrounded by a sea of traveling near the speed of infinity space-time.
So yes, the event horizon of a blackhole would be Primordial Space-Time that not even light can escape, because all of Einstein’s theories of light breakdown at the event horizon, just like Einstein’s theories on gravity breakdown prior to the Big Bang, while Einstein Space-Time is space-time where Primordial Space-Time has been dampened and allows light to travel through.
Although light and Einstein’s theories break down at the event horizon of a blackhole and in Primordial Space there is one subject that is infinitely indestructible, math.
Math can be used to measure the diameter and gravitational influences of a blackhole while light can be destroyed. Math can never be destroyed. Math has existed for, eternity, even before the Big Bang and the speed the infinity or the speed of light, math existed and was the language of the Gods and Goddesses. Even before the thought of God and Goddesses existed, math existed. Thus, math is infinity and eternally indestructible.