# How does the Schwarzchild interior solution dodge the singularity theorems?

The Schwarzchild interior solution is a static solution with no singularity which can be coupled to the Schwarzchild exterior to obtain a static, singularity-free universe. How does this universe dodge the Hawking-Penrose singularity theorems? There is no exotic matter or anything like that, that I can see.

• @DzamoNorton It can't be matched inside the horizon, it has terms like $\sqrt{1-R_S/R_m}$ in it, where $R_m$ is the surface radius and $R_S$ the Schwarzschild radus.