I know this might seem like jibberish, but it has a purpose.
Final thoughts on the matter are that it doesn’t really mean anything to anyone unless you spend the time to contemplate the stunning wonder of the event horizon of a black hole. What happens when you pass through to the other side? Is it a universe contained within the black hole? Or does time loop back on itself? Or something else. Until we have the capability to send something through and find out somehow what goes on on the other side, there’s just no way of knowing, no matter how much theorising takes place among the centres of learning. Look at it another way: a black hole contains the unlimited possibilities of the infinite. Could that therefore mean that the being we’ve called God is actually a black hole? Or that heaven is inside a black hole? One could waste many years thinking about the possibilities, but without the ability to logically rule anything out, it’s an exercise in futility. Continue reading Testing Aids Sufficiency