It would be nice if this were the case, but it isn’t, and that pretty much kills any pretense of being a black hole. So when I first heard about these things, I wasn’t expecting them to be as cool and exotic as they were, but then I learned a little bit about the physics of these things, thanks to YouTube, and I discovered that they really just boil down to a force acting on something, typically a black hole, and it’s not the way I thought it would be:
It seems like my first thought about this was that it was just a matter of time, then I realized that my entire thought process was flawed. What you just described and demonstrated on video was, by my own admission, nothing but a prediction. So the answer to why they’re called “black holes” in the first place is just a bunch of random stuff that happens (in practice, however, it’s generally not). When you think about it, they’re pretty boring, too. It’s just a regular piece of the universe, and once you have an experience with them, you don’t really remember much of your first thought about it. So the fact that we got to think about physics of space and time, black holes, gravity, and dark matter, all at the same time, is pretty great. So, in conclusion, this is my theory. Basically, this is what the world was like before we were born. Everything we see in the universe was like a movie, or a television show.
My favorite scene. I know, it’s just a movie, right? And there was no life, no people, it was just a movie. All of this stuff was fictional, so I can’t really think of it as real, right? It was just a movie, right? I mean, it was made up, but it was still basically a movie.
That’s right. It was movie, but it was made up. I mean, the movie made up all the dialogue, but they did put together a complete plot and cast, just by making up the dialogue. The things that happened and how they made up the world and the people that lived in it, were just totally fake, and the movie was just fiction. No doubt about it, a movie made up people. Not really, but I thought it was important to point this out.
And just so you guys don’t judge me too harshly for this, I’m the last person in the world to criticize, as I have to know how it’s done. (Though the movie and TV show scene was cool, but let’s just accept that the movie and TV show stuff was based on an “actual” movie). I would hate to just dismiss an entire genre as just a movie, just because the people who made it make that statement. At any rate, we had this world. We had this movie theater. This TV show. We had these books, and novels, and stories, and poetry, and everything else you can think of, from science fiction to horror to urban fantasy, to fantasy to science-fiction, to religion to mysticism. This is how all the people in this world lived. To this day, we can all be friends and family, and see each other in our physical reality. We can communicate with each other, and we can even make each other laugh as he is making the joke. You know the drill. There is no difference. But when I think about it, the truth is that there was no life before the movie came out. It did seem like it could have been possible.
So maybe the movie made something happen. It made my parents and their friends become interested in science and technology, and the people in a particular universe become interested in it. It has the potential to change our world forever. But would it have happened otherwise? Probably not. We’re not there yet, but a few years from now, there will be trillions of us, and there is nothing to stop us from getting super-special and super-interesting. But I’ll bet that there will be other civilizations and people in the future that will become even more special, and more interesting. I’ll bet that they won’t be very very special.