Not even remotely?
Super Polymath said: "Mercury can be diced into solar collectors made from hematite that can focus light into the first ever black holes (that are small & unstable enough to evaporate & we've never even observed that happen naturally), that we can study black holes up close & personal. When these small, unstable artificial black holes evaporate, we will see inner worlds, be able to reconstruct our own region of the cosmos within them a googolplex times over again, & use the sub-Planck type III civilization to voyage far beyond our cosmic horizon.
The Sun is the Lake of Fire."
All right. Maybe not accurate science. I do not know. Two questions and I think they are in part scientific. Aren't black holes thought to be dead stars? Are black holes bottomless? And a part I do not remember exactly and shan't take time to look right now - definitely a bible question: Was there not a time to come when the people condemned to the "Lake of Fire (black hole) would be released and Satan chained up in a darkened "dead" Lake of Fire?
Just some things that went through my mind as I read Super Polymath's original posts and for which I'd appreciate answers, if allowed. He seems to be putting an extended story to an old sermonizing prediction. Is he trying to relate what we know in today's scientific world to what was thought to be truth before we began to make these discoveries.
And, to whoever called it word salad. Indeed. The entire book of Revelations is word salad and I think SP is writing in a moderated similar style. If there is anyone else here who had occasion to study the history of how the Bible (collections or early writings) was put together, he/she will know that there was a heated word battle over whether Revelations should even be included. I do wish I'd known that phrase "word salad" at university. :-)
Super Polymath, feel free to correct me where I am misinterpreting. My study of the bible was from a historical point of view, not a religious p.o.v.