According to the Discovery Channel, there is no time inside a black hole. The force of gravity is so strong, time and space cease to exist.
There is a huge black hole inside of every galaxy and millions of other smaller black holes milling about the Milky Way. Suns are ripped apart, not even light escapes.
Einstein’s theory of relativity is what is used to explain the laws of these mysterious gaping holes in space, yet little is known about what may be formed on the other side of a collapsed star.
If time is squeezed out of existence in these great vaginas of cosmic orgasms, then what ever becomes of our dreams that take place along a stretch of highway known as space in a void that is reality?
Perhaps Einstein is hampering the discovery of the world’s next atomic bomb, or technical marvel that is equivalent the automobile. We need to rethink our understanding of something we have yet to actually see. We only assume black holes are there because of great bursts of gamma rays that shoot out from stars that have shrunk to the size of a tiny penis.
Time can never disappear, it only passes us by, and when it gets sucked into a black hole, it comes out on the other side where everything works in reverse, unlike in this life, where the only hope of eternity is having children and living through offspring that so often think so differently than the generation that squeezed them into existence.
Einstein may not have been the brightest star on this side of Eden, but one thing is for sure, there is time inside of black holes– there just has to be.