Following my posts 21 and 23, consequences of the equality-inequality of gravitation and electromagnetic interaction in a mutual process are dealt with as follows.
What happens inside an atom if it is subjected to a steady increase of gravitational influence, for instance when it is being absorbed by a Black Hole?
The increasing gravitational time-delay reinforces the tendency of the electrons in the higher orbits to go nearer to the nucleus by increasing their energies/masses, whereas this growing gravitational effect increasingly opposes the tendency of the electrons in the lower orbits to get away from the nucleus.
In this process the circumference of the atom, the free space within the atom and the free space between the electrons decrease. As the higher orbits become less high, the electromagnetic interaction force makes the electrons in question lose energy/mass, mitigating the effect of the gravitational time-delay. As the lower orbits become lower, the electromagnetic interaction force also makes the electrons in question lose energy/mass, mitigating the effect of the gravitational time-delay.
All in all in this process the electromagnetic interaction force increasingly counteracts the increasing gravitational influence. As the electromagnetic interaction force is vastly stronger than gravitation I suggest the possibility that electrons, revolving around a nucleus, cannot be forced into htat nucleus. By the same token a singularity and a state of 0-entropy are impossibilities (see also post 20 and post 19).