It has just been something I have long wondered at - I mean, if the conditions inside the event horizon are as horrific as math tells us they must be, wouldn't gravity itself sooner or later break down, causing the singularity to blowed up reeeeeal good?
I suppose this puts a dampener on the theory that the matter goes into another dimension, as some have theorized.
Whenever theorists or physicists speak in terms of infinites, you know they don't have a clue.
The relationship of gravity inside the event horizon would in essence break down in a Newtonian or relativistic system, as once past it your velocity should be above c. Once above c, relativity no longer works - so then what? Are you no longer able to be observed by someone in our reference plane? Of course you can't. So then it falls to the rules of quantum, and at this point it's anybody's guess.