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Is It Possible For Humans To Embody Black Holes?

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Posted by GwynJ on January 28, 2001 03:41:19 UTC

For instance, if 1)a reader observes swirling matter which another posts that is quickly 'over-posted' and buried in a 'vacuous abyss' by the same poster, and 2) when a reader poses a question to that poster that only receives a response (if at all) similar to the first swirling matter, lacking ANY relevance in that to which it responds, does that make the poster a "Black Hole" in human form? it seems just when there is sign of 'activity', it appears to have been just a delusion of abstract, random data...

and 3) who can explain ANY compulsion to even keep on attempting to get glimpses BEYOND the pattern of delusion?

yikes.

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