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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on December 6, 2001 03:28:46 UTC

Oh, the black hole forum. How could I have
missed it? Luis is not a black hole
but a black light.
Now, to approach the topic in a way which could
drive our "strictly logical" person
completely mad.

I have talked with communists
and utilitarians long ago...
their dream of saving the world depends on
plowing through all the bullshit which is
choking real people in real time.

In our world, as hopeful person's life stories
are nipped and curtailed and starved
by bullshit, their Time disappears as if into a black hole. Whether mass is destroyed or not, it _seems gone forever.

The utilitarians or communists, using partly different systems, lower their heads, hold their breaths, close their eyes, and try to bulldoze through what they think is an unceasing mass of wicked hindrance. Maybe part of the mass is wicked hindrance, but not all of it.

They try to keep the black hole from
making possiblities disappear. But holding
one's breath and closing one's eyes only means
you turn blue and don't enjoy pornography.
I mean beauty. I haven't sent them money online.
Should I?

It's not all bullshit. It is massive.
Break the black hole into parts...mathematically and any abstract way you can.
Some life forms may not have escaped its gravity but know more about the universe than those who
keep far from it.

Please forgive the fact this post had only
the tiniest bit of content, and a lot of bullshit.

I remember Twain's story about Polonium
and how it was cultured in radiolarians.

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