In this black hole are many meanings

The still point: something that does not exist, but yet exists. That is the madness of this term. It exists, we feel it has to exist, but it is not a thing to which we can point. It is possible for the turning planet to have in matter no still point. The turning wheel has no still point—every piece of it moves if any of it moves: only the axle does not turn, but even it might not be still, experiencing tugs. A turning star system or galaxy might have a still point, but how would we know? Except that in imagination we can picture such a being, and it draws us inexorably. In this black hole are many meanings.

:- Doug.

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