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I have been taught that space-time should be viewed as a fabric and that objects with a large gravitational influence indent that fabric. My question is, if the singularity of a black-hole punctures space-time, how is this accomplished if the universe is 3D? Can an object move completely around the black-hole in all directions? Would you be able to travel "below" a black-hole?