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What happens to the QSN in the case of extreme spacetime curvature, in which a black hole forms?

Recently I was asked what happens to the Quasicrystalline Spin Network (QSN) in the case of extreme spacetime curvature, in which a black hole forms. I'm going to preface my answer by pointing out that assumptions from the most powerful models in physics can be hidden assumptions in discussions.  I want to un-imply two now.
ONE: I suggest that reality does not have any curved spacetime. Curves are expensive computationally and the code theoretic axiom, as restricted by the principle of efficient language, implies that nature doesn’t do circles… only polygons. Angles, no curves. The twist isomorphism to curvature is what the QSN toy approach is about.

TWO: Isolate (1) experiment from (2) powerful models and ontological interpretations from those models about what the numerical data of experiments means. The strong evidence is that massive particles attract to other massive particles. And photons near a strong mass change their vectors the way general relativity predicts.

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