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Posted by Scott Abernathy on April 9, 2002 14:19:24 UTC

Mike - you are so.... deep. Did you let my comments absorb into your mind over a long period of time or did you "hastily contrive" them in 5 minutes or less. Maybe I was just trying to get a rise out of them or maybe that is my pure philosophical stance regarding this forum. Either way I don't think your dime store analysis of my comments is as well thought out as you would like to think. Why was my comment inauthentic? I made a jab and instead of entering my game of slanderous comments they let it slide and gave me a dignified response. It seems it is you, who with all the maturity of a 12 year old in middle school, that is slinging mud with statements like "cult following". That was the type of malice and venom I was looking for in my initial comments. Enough of that...how 'bout a thought o' the day! Riveting...powerful...explosive...full of Language Removed!!!

Time at a black hole is warped infinitely relative to an observer here on earth, and as someone entered the black hole there image would be infinitely redshifted and appear as a "frozen" image... then what would the person entering the black hole see as they looked back out into space? (what a run-on!) Would they see time infinitely speeding up to the point where the past, present, and future were happening at once? If so would they see the universe as God sees it, if such a fairytale figure exists? Would it be like observing the universe from outside the universe with all the privledges of hindsight? How deep of me!!

cynically yours - Scott

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