Ralphie’s Theorem About Black Holes.

It is my professional opinion, as a published philostopher, that a black hole is a place, where the majority of mankind’s common sense disappeared into.  The density of any given black hole increases as more and more people give up their power to think for themselves, willingly or unwittingly, and leave that in the hands of those pillars of society, who are eminently better equipped to do this laborious chore for them. For it is universally known that said pillars do only have ‘their’ best interests at heart.

Inside such a hole resides a mountain of logic, deep thought, but also compassion and empathy. It is further fact that once a thought or feeling enters this place in space, it can never return to our dimension, which is a great relief to the pillars, who fear that an excess of brainpower or caring could result in an overload and the bursting of a very important bubble. This bubble is what keeps our world in such harmony and should never be messed with. Here I am wandering off into a dangerous zone of free thought. I shall cease and desist, before I upset the balance!


Published by Revlang

I am a copywriter and I am committed to making our new technologies understandable to the not-so-very-young generations.

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