Shouldn't black holes be regarded as sacred?
First, a disclosure.
There is all sorts of stuff I know a lot about.
But I am not an astrophysicist.
Still, the way I see it, the whole Universe as we know it was likely produced by the ultimate supreme black hole that finally absorbed as much of the material of some previous physical phenomenon as it could. Then it ejected….us.
Somewhere out there is the King of all Quasars, our cosmic daddy.
All black holes are similar to this particular black hole, and are thus cousins of the event to which we owe our existence.
Shouldn’t black holes be regarded as sacred? After all, where would we be without them (or the phenomenon that they represent)?