No, I do not agree with your argument in totality..... Neither I am saying that what I have suggested is not open for discussions (or tearing apart). You are mixing up many things....... 1. GR does not talk about any finite or infinite pressure. 2. There is not much of consensus established Physics inside EH, as on date. 3. LQG research (Whatever you are suggesting) as per you, as on date speculation only, so lets wait for ultimate conclusion. And of course I would agree with you, if anything gets resolved at Plancks length for a even a solar mass object, then no degeneracy pressure is expected to sustain that range......but this resolution is speculation as you are saying. I think the better argument against my paper is, start with a 1 million solar mass core, calculate the Neutron Degeneracy Pressure and also the Gravitational Pressure inside EH and prove that Pg > NDP (from Rs < r < 0). (Please note that there is no discontinuity in any of the parameters at r = Rs, cross over, so if there is a finite gravitational pressure at Rs+, then suddenly it is not going to become infinite at Rs-....this alone offers possibility for some kind of stability. And by the way, the paper offers few other points as well, apart from existence of BNS, do you agree with them? 1. A visible NS can have a mass range of 1.4 to 2.65. 2. A visible Quark Star (further possible degeneration) is possible only in the range 2.65 - 3.24 Solar Mass. 3. A BH minimum mass is 3.24 Solar Mass.