Infinite Density

Question:  Do black holes reach a point of infinite density?

Discussion:
Relativity theory teaches that as mass approaches infinite density, time approaches a stop.  Therefore mass falling toward the center of a black hole approaches infinite density, time approaches a stop, and the mass never quite reaches the center of the black hole, infinite density is infinitely delayed. [1]

Conclusion:  Black holes approach but do not reach infinite density.  General relativity teaches that as mass approaches infinite density, time approaches a stop.  Therefore mass falling toward the center of a black hole approaches infinite density, time approaches a stop, and the mass never quite reaches the center of the black hole, infinite density is infinitely delayed. [1]

[1] Professor Otto Rössler, 2008, Re-examination of Relativity theory (email discussions with the author of this site).
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