Black Hole Information Paradox

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“Black Hole Information Paradox”
Pulp Culture, Alex Brown

[VS 1:]
Blow out the burning stars that light the sky
To shadow these holograms of space and time.
I know illusions run deeper than the mind can see.
You are the only one who can teach you how to breath

Main sequence can’t last, collapsing afterlives,
Burning out,
Gasping for light.
Dragging mass,
Framing it past elapsed gravities’ time delay.

[VS 2:]
Staring through a mirror in the back of my head,
Repeating all the things that you thought I would have said.
Quantum diffusion can’t take this urge away from me;
All things I’d ever feel in one singularity.


Fast falling through this event horizon,
Echoes of time and space are creasing,
Oh, heartless sun,
Please tell them why
There’s no light that’s left to shine.
Dark falls…

Useless info, parallels of past rotations
Growing pinholes.
Endless chasms, voiding all of life’s creation,
Why must I do this?
All I thought was sacred told me
That I’ll be made to collide with my summation,
Take on new shades.
Limitations of dimensional causation
Keep us all bound
To our own hunger that consumes us.
Swallowing fractured light,
Don’t have the end in sight.
It can’t become a fixed position.

[VS 3:]
Keep all the ashes and smoke inside this aperture,
Detaching meaning, so it can only seem obscured.
Pierce through the constructs that strip form from reality.
Slow down and dissipate, red-shifting cosmic debris.




from What Do You Want?, released January 30, 2014



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Pulp Culture is multifarious, four-piece, progressive rock band from southeast Michigan. The band consistently delivers an energetic live performance and incorporates a wide array of influences into ideas and art, transcending the creative process and connecting people. ... more

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