On black holes

The fundamental problem for physics (actually for rationality) is to explain black holes. Such explanation requires that reality is rational, which all evidence instead suggest it isn’t. So, a good bet is that black holes can’t be unambiguously explained at all, but that such an explanation instead splits into two aspects: that they have an inner singularity and that they don’t.

This is actually the predetermined destiny for “a singularity”.


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