Singularities are just Maths, as far a I'm concerned.

It's far too easy to write down "1/x", discuss what happens as x approaches zero and then say what the real world is like, based on that. Within Maths, that stuff is OK but why should one expect a direct mapping of Maths (something entirely in our heads) with reality?

Everyone is quite happy with the notion of Science following 'straight line graph' Laws over a limited range of values and then 'going wrong'.

Why do people not want to accept that reality could depart from 1/x type relationships? Maths is just a model - not the real thing.