An infinitely big structure in the center of a black hole?

I remind that I defined generalized limit of arbitrary function. The limit may be an infinitely big value. It allows

Infinitesimal Calculus on the Reverse in my Book “Limit of a Discontinuous Function”

Traditional calculus as first considered in 17th century by Isaac Newton (and Leibniz, however some say Leibniz stole the Newton’s

Algebraic General Topology, a New Branch of Mathematics (Book) and How It Is Related With Limit of Discontinuous Function

Algebraic General Topology (a book series for both postdoctorals and college students) is a new branch of mathematics that replaces

Monograph “Algebraic General Topology. Volume 1” sent for publication

I’ve sent the final version of the first edition of my research monograph Algebraic General Topology. Volume 1 to Russian

Two new chapters in my math draft

I’ve added chapters “Cartesian closedness” and “Singularities” (from the site http://tiddlyspace.com which will be closed soon) to volume 2 draft.

A negative result on a conjecture

Due my research about singularities the problem formulated in this blog post was solved negatively with help of Alex Ravsky

A suggested way to solve an open problem

On the task formulated in this blog post: An attempt to prove that is closed under finite intersections (see http://portonmath.tiddlyspace.com/#[[Singularities%20funcoids%3A%20some%20special%20cases]])

A wiki about applying generalized limit to singularities theory

I have created a wiki about development of theory of singularities using generalized limits. Please read my book (where among