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if black holes have/are a singularity of r=0, infinite gravity and matter compressed out of existence, why do all black holes not have the same mass, gravitational pull and event horizon size?

if they do not compress matter out of existence

they would grow with all the matter they consume but this would mean that the gravity inside the black hole would become zero at its centre, being a perfect sphere.

the gravity inside the black hole would become zero at its centre, being a perfect sphere.

why do all black holes not have the same mass?

why do all black holes not have the same mass, gravitational pull and event horizon size?

r_{s} value g and v_{e} swap places. g is then a higher value than v_{e}

Quote from: jeffreyH r_{s} value g and v_{e} swap places. g is then a higher value than v_{e}I think this comparison is talking about numerical values of the various parameters.However, you should only compare numerical values when the numbers all use identical units:r_{s}, the Schwarzchild Radius: A Length, measured in units of meters (for example)v_{e}, the Escape Velocity: A Velocity, measured in units of m/sg is the "surface" gravity, measured at the event horizon: An Acceleration, with units of m/s^{2}