Could General Relativity Fail Completely?
General Relativity sets gravity apart from all other fundamental interactions by claiming it's simply curvature of spacetime. It's not even a force!
This is why GR can't be reconciled with Quantum Mechanics.
So here's a strange thought. What if spacetime simply ceased to exist (as we currently know it) in certain circumstances?
Then General Relativity would fail completely.
What might these "certain circumstances" be?
I don't know. But a great place to start is the interior of a spinning black hole.
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