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A newly discovered object is the most-distant body ever observed in the solar system — and the first object ever found orbiting at more than 100 times the distance from Earth to the sun.
The discovery team nicknamed the object “Farout,” and its provisional designation from the International Astronomical Union is 2018 VG18. “Because 2018 VG18 is so distant, it orbits very slowly, likely taking more than 1,000 years to take one trip around the Sun.” one AU is the distance between Earth and the sun, which is about 93 million miles (150 million kilometers).
When we choose a scale to pinpoint objects in space like the sun or stars we take AU. Suppose we want to measure the smallest unit, where the space-time is zero where do I go? From my previous post on loop quantum gravity I suspect my thought must be as strange as what happens at the event horizon of a black hole. Certain ideas I can recall I have been carrying around me and a few I could put to rest having drawn logical conclusions from them. God’s role in my life for example. Certain ideas have taken a leap at times and it comes back in the face of certain ife experience I know it made my reasoning on better grounds. An idea though discarded when it bounces back to point out my flaw in reasoning what shall I say? Collective memory must be a kind of interface on which thoughts must make impact. It is more likely for a seafaring nation because of their past lead other nations as well. Thus was with the Age of exploration and in anything else. Collective memory belong to the category of invisible persuaders. I remember the case of a boy who astounded many locals by being able to recall events he surely had no way of living through. Such previous birth experience must account for collective memory.
White holes, wormholes and black holes are mysteries of life on which Science wrestles on premises and trying to work its way into one whole.
Benny

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Scientists say that there is a black hole in our deep space sucking everything within its proximity. Not even light can escape if close enough to it. Curiously still in the heart of the universe scientists formulate a hypothesis that there would be a white hole, the fountainhead of matter. In all probability these two holes taken together must explain the life and death of everything. These two holes are somehow connected by a wormhole. Think of these like a string of beads into which every matter is hung, not in conventional sense of course, but nevertheless connected.
In order to explain let me point out the Bermuda Triangle around Puerto Rica trench. Exactly opposite to it is Dragon’s Trench off the coast of Japan. This is also incidentally located around Mariana Trench. What connects them? A wormhole that extends as far as deep space and beyond?
A cosmic impact may smash the Earth to powder, we would explain it as chance. But if these debris are collected and a new planet should come into being what you would call that? Certainty?
If we should die and continue our existence in some other form, spiritual bodies or as influences can we call death as a sad joke? I mentioned these to show our wisdom is far short of the Wisdom and Power that works on infinite scale. Science explains How but can they say for certainty Why?
benny

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