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Impossible Black Hole

A black hole is impossible because its formation violates the basic principles of chemistry.

Chemistry defines 3 states of matter: gas, liquid, solid.
The difference is the molecular bonds. In a gas the molecules have no bonds so they are free to zoom about in brownian motion with their kinetic energy driven by their temperature.
In a liquid the molecules have a weak bond so they will fit their container, typically with a rather uniform density. Gravity will pull them to the bottom so they form a level at the top. In a solid the molecules have a rigid lattice structure whose configuration depends on the components and on the pressure that compressed the components.

Gravity is a force of attraction between bodies of matter. If gravity brings together one or more bodies it does not have sufficient force to compress matter, breaking the molecular bonds in the individual particles  and then also establishing a new lattice structure in the resulting solid.

Gravity cannot create a new solid. It can only bring particles together.

Gravity cannot create a black hole when defined as an amount of matter in a very small volume, even zero.

A black hole is proposed to have a singularity where a tremendous amount of mass is compressed into a geometric point, or a sphere with zero radius.  This combination is infinite density. This condition is impossible by probably multiple sciences.

In addition to this, after the total volume reduction the black hole still exerts the full force of gravity even though all that mass is now gone having no volume.

In chemistry matter consists of atoms, molecules, and compounds. Every particle of matter requires the space for the nuclei, electrons and molecular bonds.
With no volume there is no matter. Therefore there is no gravity.
It is impossible for this geometric point to still exert a force of gravity.

An intermediate black hole has been proposed where the final compressed solid has a diameter greater than zero. Gravity can't do that either.

Black holes are assumed to 'swallow' more matter.
The gravity from the black hole cannot result in another body of matter being absorbed and compressed into its singularity. Gravity cannot do the first compression and it certainly cannot do it again.

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