I wonder is it possible. in highly compressed objects, such as neutron stars and black holes, (I'm not sure that this applies to singularities), that the physical conditions within these objects partially mimic the conditions assumed to exist shortly after the big bang, particularly with regard to the boson meditated interactions of the standard model.
My question is whether the assumed convergence of coupling constants on these scales is taken into account when we try to model these systems and whether (probably unanswerable), this may prevent the formation of a singularity.
As far as I know, current experimental evidence does give some support to the idea that at high enough energies, unification of coupling constants is a possibility.
To summarise, I am wondering if, beneath the event horizon of a collapsed star, there still may exist a recognisable physical object, due ( in some handwavy way), to unification/convergence/modification of coupling constants?