|Adapted for the Internet from:
Why God Doesn't Exist
|How can a black
hole exist if it is
Fig. 2 Feeling the heat: The event horizon of fire
|An event horizon of a black hole can be likened to
heat emanating from a fire. The mathematicians are
saying that there is an invisible aura or halo that
induces measurable, physical effects.
However, the differences between the concept
'heat' and the concept 'event horizon' are
irreconcilable. Whereas heat originates in a
physical entity (e.g., burning of wood), the event
horizon has its source in the mathematical
abstraction known as a 'singularity.' And whereas
heat ultimately consists of a vibration of atoms and
molecules, the event horizon is made of absolutely
nothing (i.e., mass).
In case you happen to disagree with this last
statement, perhaps because you've been told that
an event horizon is made of photons, just
remember that for the purposes of Mathematics a
photon is also nothing (i.e., point particle, packet of
energy, etc.). A mathematical physicist is an idiot
who never gives you anything you can sink your
|Make no bones about it, Al! Black
holes do in fact exist, hic! They exist
like love exists,or like bears and dogs
with human faces exist, hic.
Mmmmh! I don't know what's come
over me suddenly, hic. Did you grow
paws and long ears, or is it just my
impression? You're starting to look a
|Perhaps you're right
Steve! And then again,
hic, we may have indul...
indul... indul..., hic, drank
too much beer!
By the way, do you know
by chance where I can
find the nearest fire
|For the purposes of Physics, an object is that
which has shape. Either a black hole has shape or
it does not. Relativists cannot have it both ways.
Yet Einstein's disciples insist on having it both
ways! They treat a black hole simultaneously as an
object AND as a concept. This is the reason they
can explain everything with their beloved
In Science, love, beauty, and black hole (singularity
+ event horizon) are abstract concepts. Heart, man,
and anything else which has shape is considered
to be an object. Which group does the infamous
black hole belong to? Relativists answer: to both!
|The fanatics of the religion of Mathematical
Physics routinely talk about zero-dimensional
'entities.' One of these is the infamous
singularity, usually defined as the number of
beers it takes for a mathematician to say that
the laws of Physics break down or are
undefined or something stupid like that.
In Physics, there are no objects that are 0-D.
|If relativists don't like my definition of the word 'object' (since it destroys their religion), they
are welcome to propose an alternative that we can use consistently in a dissertation.