Black Holes

Hi, BB here, interloping with something which is not pure Catholicism, but interesting nonetheless. I believe Catholics should be interested in everything that isn’t sinful, especially if it causes them brain-ache.

Please watch Prof. Leonard Susskind from Stanford Uni, his mother’s son the plumber, explain the latest in theoretical cosmological physics. He definitely has a gift for elucidation.

About Brother Burrito

A sinner who hopes in God's Mercy, and who cannot stop smiling since realizing that Christ IS the Way , the Truth and the Life. Alleluia!
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2 Responses to Black Holes

  1. Brother Burrito says:

    Black holes intrigue me. They make me think of the irreversibility of damnation.

    Prof. Susskind’s depiction of Alice falling into the black hole and feeling no pain made me think that that is what a soul falling into mortal sin is like. It is mortal because it deprives you of the sense of wrong, it anaesthetises you.

    Without the pain of sin, we would all be lost.

    Lord Jesus, make our sins hurt, and drag us away from our false deadly paradise!


  2. toadspittle says:

    “I believe Catholics should be interested in everything that isn’t sinful,”
    How can you tell if it’s sinful or not if you haven’t looked at it in the first place?


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