What happens when your MATH catches up with you, George?
That’s what Karma is, you know–your Math catching up with you. Good or Bad, it was always yours to create. Over the whole of your life.
Free will and all that.
This galaxy cluster, which has been nicknamed “El Gordo” for the “big” or “fat” one in Spanish, is a remarkable object. Found in the distant Universe by Chandra and the Atacama Cosmology Telescope, El Gordo appears to be the most massive, the hottest, and gives off the most X-rays of any known cluster at its distance or beyond. In this composite image of El Gordo, X-rays are blue, optical data from the Very Large Telescope are red, green, and blue, and infrared emission from Spitzer is red. The comet-like shape of the X-rays, along with optical data, show that El Gordo is actually the site of a collision between two galaxy clusters, similar to the well-known Bullet Cluster.
So, what kind of Math powers a Universe, and all that is in it?
From birth, Life is finite, the Math irrefutable.
Nobody beats Finite and Absolute, George. No one gets out alive. Not even you.
So, Who created Math?