And now for something completely different.

So it was kind of news to me a while back that astrophysicists were backing off the idea of a black hole having a singularity in the middle. And really, it's a kind of a philosophy of Math black or white.

They can't stand the idea of 0/0. It's Infinity, and that doesn't exist as a real thing. It's an abstract, a nonsense. A quantifier without limit ceases to function as a quantifier. To call it a "singularity" without that even meaning anything real... You haven't said anything real.

Okay, so that can't be the answer.

The Laws of Mathematics are presumed to have the absolute ability to describe the whole of reality.

That would be one side.

The other side of that would be that 0/0 actually does express something real, but it's not something that the Laws of Mathematics has the ability to describe. At some point there's a limit to it's ability to describe the place beyond space and time, where they collapse together. That's because the Laws of Math depend upon space and time to exist.

I mean, it could be consciousness itself. Describe consciousness with math... And if the singularity is sitting there formulating the equation... What are you gonna do? Draw an arrow to yourself?

It's just not how one thinks mathematically.