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Reality is a blanket:

 1 Mrs Ratched, Mon, 2nd Jan '12 7:37:14 AM from Dorne Relationship Status: Crazy Cat Lady
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Black holes are said to be gravity fields to strong so even light can escape from...

Stephen Hawking stated that right before the Big Bang, mass and gravity and other measures reaches infinite levels, wich makes all laws of science useless...

Black Holes may probably reach those levels, where usual laws doesn't apply, so, literally black holes might be a portal to another dimension where all parameters of our existence just doesn't apply, just like time

My theory: Black Holes are spots on a blanket, wich is reality, and what lies beyond doesn't belong to this reality, but other strange, maybe eldritch abomination, field

edited 2nd Jan '12 7:38:02 AM by MrsRatched

Life Is Brown is offended.

It might be a Sugar Bowl :D
 
 3 whataboutme, Fri, 13th Jan '12 11:43:19 AM from strange land, far away.
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More like they are holes in a blanket and we don't know what's on the other side of them.

I hope the blanket is electric.tongue

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Black holes are a chunk of super-high mass element, compressed under it's own weight until the point at which it can no longer perform fusion.

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It is not a blanket. It is tissue paper.

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 7 Professor Metallica, Tue, 12th Jun '12 1:27:45 PM from The nth dimension! Relationship Status: Married to my murderer
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What about those annoying little fuzz-balls that show up on blankets after a while? Are those galaxies?
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 8 Mrs Ratched, Sat, 4th Aug '12 10:42:52 AM from Dorne Relationship Status: Crazy Cat Lady
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What about those annoying little fuzz-balls that show up on blankets after a while? Are those galaxies?

My mom used to have an iron-like thingy that slurped it inside

edited 4th Aug '12 10:44:28 AM by MrsRatched

its important what is under the blanketīs hole - a little freezing puppy or somebody hiding to come out [nja]
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 11 Obasa Reisan, Wed, 30th Apr '14 4:43:15 PM from wandering Relationship Status: Buried in snow, waiting for spring
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I disagree with this theory. Blankets are supposed to be warm and fuzzy, and bring comfort. Most of the time, reality is nothing like that.
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 12 Mrs Ratched, Fri, 23rd May '14 2:35:58 AM from Dorne Relationship Status: Crazy Cat Lady
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Maybe it is an evil blanket.

Like a blanket from hell
 13 Gary CX Jk, Thu, 29th May '14 6:26:00 AM Relationship Status: Shipping fictional characters
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But if hell is reality, then hell is a blanket.
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 14 Mrs Ratched, Sat, 31st May '14 11:48:07 AM from Dorne Relationship Status: Crazy Cat Lady
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Hell would be like those blankets than are warm in summer and cold in winter, an antithetical blanket
 15 Lord Herobrine, Wed, 4th Jun '14 8:40:37 PM from Surfing. Relationship Status: Yes, I'm alone, but I'm alone and free
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Or Reality is Hell.

Of course, I thought that all reality was like a sponge. Take a cross section and you have all these separate holes that look like they're not connected, when in reality, there is a ton of holes in a sponge that are connected. You just can't see the connections. Think about this analogy.

A door is in front of you, and there's something on the other side. You can't see it, but it's there. In addition, there's a keyhole in the door. You can see this because there's light coming from that key hole. However, when you try to look inside, you can't see what's on the other side.

We know there's something there, because we can see something coming out of it. However, we can't look through the hole even if we tried.

Ti's like fitting a camel through the eye of a needle. You can do it once, but I doubt the camel would be the same afterwards.

Once you stare into the abyss, it will stare back at you. Then again, if the hole in the door leads to Naruto Verse, then by all means, find a way inside... you weaboo :)

and tell me when you do so I can follow behind
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