Thank you to Science and the Black Hole that hasn’t swallowed us yet!
I’m sure that by now you’ve seen the photo of the giant, massive, horrifying, worse-than-deadly black hole in deep space. The monster lurks out there, absorbing all light, all life, every tiny speck of matter that falls into it’s deadly, crushing maw of annihilation.
Our entire solar system would be sucked into its infinite emptiness if it somehow came too close.
Gulp. And gulp again.
Of course, this terrifying demon is pretty far away.
As in 500 million trillion km away.
The very idea of being sucked into non-existence, into pure nothingness, is a fairly scary proposition.
And that is why I have come here today to say “Thank you, science.”
I figure that with this new knowledge, there will never again be a reason for me to worry about anything. Ever.
I mean, think about it.
Sometimes I get myself into a panic about things…
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