Time travel, black hole, event horizon

There are so many things we cannot understand: take time travel fpr one. In some ways it is possible – objects moving rapidly in space are in a different time relation to slower ones.  So while we cannot go back in time, it is imagineable that those who have travelled away at high speeds, not even approaching light speeds – that if they return, we would all have passed away!

TIme really is a variable.  That is something weird isn’t it?  And then as for black holes and all the rest of it, well wow. Light cannot go inside, but there is an event horizon – check out that film, for a fun encounter with the devil and the beyond of now! 


DR WHO REBLOG> I agree…it is at once fun – and he is fun…in all incarnations. And not only that, he is one of those wanderers or worlds who in his never ending search for meaning, teaches in the process. One of the really great inventions of the 20th century, and it is so good that it continues – and better than ever, or maybe more mature than before…not sure. I loved the old ones too! Esp Patrick Troughton….



Very few shows are as inspiring as Dr. Who. With its valuable lessons in each episode, you can’t help but be inspired. Even as an adult, I see the lessons that I can apply in my own life even without a Tardis.

One thing that I have learned from Dr. Who is to always be ready for an adventure. I rarely leave my office but that doesn’t mean I shouldn’t be ready for an adventure when one comes along. I should never be afraid to do something new.

Another lesson from the good Doctor is to value each being. Each person that you meet in your life can teach you something new. People are fascinating and unique.  Value what they can teach you and in turn you grow as a person.

Lastly, be willing to help others. I know that our lives are often busy, but sometimes people need a…

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