it's an old idea



... I happened to listen to NPR's Science Friday
today, and heard an interesting conversation with
professor Roger Penrose, who along with Stephen
Hawkings, developed the mathematics and physics
behind Black Holes.

... what really peaked my interest, was Prof. Penrose's
description of our cosmos, as a succession of big
bang events coming out of black hole physics

... he specifically said that information
can survive from the previous eons to
successive ones
... Penrose said that he was surprised that more people
don't find this important

... well, I do!

... the Srimad Bhagavatam, the essential
source of Krishna conciousness, describes the universe
exactly like this ... this was all written nearly
10,000 years ago, by people who learned it from
God, without math or physics

... the truth is the truth, whether it is mathematically
derived, or intuitive ... the same truth appears

... as the Srimad Bhagavatam describes it, after
4 yugas, of which our current time is in the last
yuga, the material world is completely dissolved,
as if falling into a black hole, but the information
about all the souls, who still didn't make it out
of the material universe, is saved by Brahma, the
Great Unborn One

... as the SB explains it, Brahma saves all the souls
states of karma, or their information, then
Brahma goes to sleep
... Krishna then washes away the old
material world, and then allows a new one to form

... Brahma then reawakens, brings all the lost
souls back in existence, at the state of their previous
karma, and 4 new yugas begin

... information, surviving from one eon to the next

... I write this, because I may be the only one
who sees the connection and has the ability to
write about it ... there may be others, but I
don't hear their voices, so I speak up about
this great confluence of deep modern astrophysics,
and the description of creation in the Srimad Bhagavatam

... Hare Krishna!, and great thanks to Brahma



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If it is the last word I write, let it be Vishnu