posted on Apr, 28 2004 @ 08:47 PM
Originally posted by xenophanes85
I think they are portals to absolute 0. Nothing. Not even light can escape. Molecules are suposedly destroyed: if a spaceship tried to go through, it
would be crushed to nothing.
[Edited on 28-4-2004 by xenophanes85]
Interesting thought. But here's another. It's based on a belief in God. Matter cannot create matter, only God can create. Therefore, everything that
exists in the universe is finite and was created by God. The idea that a black hole completely destroys, obliterates or otherwise un-creates matter is
creation in reverse. Can this be?
When we think of what humankind can do to itself, yes, we can destroy our existence. But that's merely transforming matter from its present form to,
well presumably, carbon molecules.
My presumption is, if you believe that black holes destroy, obliterate and un-create matter, then by default one must agree with the theory of
creation. Even at that however, if what was created is finite and meant to stay that way, how can un-creation take place?
Are black holes God's Hoover? To believe in a black hole is to believe in something beyond both time and space. The only thing that I'm "aware" of
that exists beyond time and space is God and that's the only explanation that makes sense both for creation and black holes.