A "fantasy" that entertains me:
What if a black hole did engulf the world, and we didn't know it?
Sure, a black hole is supposed to crush us then rip us apart then crush us more then rip us apart more, etc. etc. Still, it would be entertaining if, somehow, everything just remained intact, even though it got sucked into a black hole. After all, how much do we really know about black holes other than the readings of instruments?
--The_Lex Wed Sep 10 13:19:30 2008
We don't know much about black holes from instrument readings... I think it's more hypothesis and extrapolation, i.e. that stuff that DOES seem to jive with many of the observations we are able to make.
--Kirk Thu Sep 11 13:11:11 2008
AFAIC that's the best anwesr so far!
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--Janai Wed Feb 15 21:56:24 2012
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I should have done this reivew when I planned my week's workouts I already moved my run tonight when I walked outside and it was dark + rainy (yucky combination). I don't think I'm as vigilant about checking the weather in cooler temps, since it doesn't bother me as much. In the summer, I check it ALL the time and tend to complain about how hot it is. =)
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