Excuse me if this is a very simple question but I am no physicist I am just very interested in astrophysics.
If I'm not mistaken the whole reason black holes are formed in the first place is because the Schwartzschild radius exists, where if an object is compressed to or smaller than its specific radius, it turns into a black hole. I am wondering if or why this even applys to the singularity. The singularity is an infinitely dense point at the centre of a black hole to my knowledge. And everything that falls radially inward is brought into this dense point. So why is all this mass at the centre of the black hole In such a small radius not turning into another black hole? And if it does would this cycle continue infinitely because of the constant creation of more singularities?