Andrew Hamilton, a professor of astrophysics at Boulder explains to us that black holes are super simple to understand. That’s super arrogant.
“Black holes are some of the simplest things in the universe. We think of them as being complicated things because they’re described by complicated mathematics,” Hamilton said, “But as a practical matter, they are, in fact, much simpler than the sun, far simpler than stars and infinitely simpler than human beings.”
Oh really? You’re arrogant. And I like it.