i understand that the Pauli exclusion principle states that two fermions cannot occupy the same quantum state.
This question is not about a black hole. It is more about the singularity at moment of the big bang, that had every mass in the universe in a single point, that had no spatial extension.
The uncertainty principle states that it gives a fundamental limit to the limit with which certain pairs of properties of particles can be known.
I understand that a singularity has no spatial extension.
- Does a singularity (especially at the moment of big bang) violate the Pauli principle? So the principles were not in force before the Big Bang?