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Black Holes of Irrelevance

Read another piece of sci-fi about black holes in Scientific American and thought to myself:

"Black holes aren't holes. There are no holes in the Universe. Black holes are homogenizers. Black holes de-differentiate forms back into un-differentated proto-matter."

The above is an old sentiment of mine (stemming from an even older realization that there is no such thing-less-thing as nothing-ness; that nothing-ness is really no-thing-ness, i.e. matter that is not differentiated into form).

This notion (that there are no holes in the Universe) seems self-evident to me... and utterly irrelevant to my existence.  How does this strike you?