Skip to comments.A Review of 2013ís Dark Energy and a Quantum Explanation of the "Big Obama Expansion Effect"
Posted on 01/01/2014 9:09:42 AM PST by NOBO2012
Can you believe it? 2014 already!
2013 was difficult to recap. There were so many new beginnings:
Warning: objects may be smaller than they appear to be
Big Bang: New Hairdo!
So many dinner parties:
So many ethnic costumes to rock:
So many memorable trips to Africa:
See this cell? Thats all Im going to say. Right?
So many phony scandals to dismiss;
Butt without a doubt the biggest story of the year took place at the intersection of dark energy and black holes; to wit, the launch of the Obamacare website, which, as you know, is officially implemented today. Unfortunately it hasnt turned out to be the big bang we were hoping for:
Not only has no one ever found a void this big, but we never even expected to find one this size, - Lawrence Rudnick, University of Minnesota.
More of a big bust, to be perfectly honest. Here is the official tally so far:
By most metrics that would reflect a negative gain, so why is Kitty so thrilled about these numbers? Because the normal rules of mathematics dont apply in the vacuum of a dark energy field, which is where Obamacare-mathemagicals* reside. Exactly how does that work, you ask?
The answer may lie in dark energy, which became a dominant force in the Universe very recently, when the Universe was already three-quarters of the size it is today. Dark energy works opposite gravity and is speeding up the expansion of the Universe.
Unless and until all of that dark energy - fed by copious amounts of quantum easing causes an uncontrolled acceleration of inflation which subsequently results in a giant explosion. In that unlikely event, Obamacare would blow right out the rear end of this big black hole.
HAPPY NEW YEAR, ONE AND ALL!
* For further readings in Obamacare-mathemagicals I recommend the following posts:
Posted from: Michelle Obamas Mirror
For the resulting headache, take 2 tablets & see your Doctor in the morning.
(If he's still available...)