Well lately, I have been reading up on super massive blackholes. It is the only thing that has proved a problem with the law of gravity: GMm/r squared where GMm = mass of super massive black hole, r = coordinate of point anywhere in blackhole. If we set r to zero (the center of the black hole) then we get infinity as an answer. This results in time being non-existent, infinite gravity, infinite temperature, and other singularities. Little cool side note: You can survive inside a black hole for a few hours(unless the spaghettification gets you) up till you hit the event horizon (where the singularities kick in). Imagine how cool it would be to be inside a black hole besides the fact that you wouldn't be able to see anything.

obviously the law of gravity does not apply in this instance. And you would not necessarily be "inside" the black hole, simply close enough to where no electromagnetic waves can escape (light, infared, xrays, etc) Then again, I have such little knowledge on the subject >_>

A few notes. You can't get to the center of the black-hole as it is the singularity. You are not in the black-hole until you pass the event horizon. From the outside view, people will never see you enter the black-hole...ever... Einstein thought of this paradox...and realized that once you pass the event horizon the laws CHANGED. That's my take on it...

Hmmm infinite gravity in a black hole? According to Einsteins theory of general relativity. ME thinks that relativity theory will be debunked when they discover more about black holes. Please correct me if im wrong