The latter, I believe . . . . . I'm not sure there is physically such a 'thing' as a singularity - other than as a math construct. I also like Bohm's reasoning . . . . I consider the material universe to be dominated by explicate phenomena and the subplanckian scale/subquantum (universe) to be dominated by implicate phenomena, although implicate attributes also permeate the explicate - we just don't easily observe them (the implicate) - because 'we' (and our observational detectors) are mostly explicate. I'd guess we had better get back "on" topic . . . . . and discuss such alternate esoteria elsewhere . . . . lest we get a 'hand-slap' from moderators! HAHA!