Ether/Or — The story of black holes, and how I temporarily lost my mind over an Amazon review

From Exurb1a or Exurb2a.

Matthew Mcconaughey went into that black hole in Interstellar and somehow remained all right, all right, all right.
New book of depressing poems: (you may need to change your region)

My other stuff:
Books what I wrote yo ►
For sending personalised insults ►
T-shirts, mugs, and sadness ►
I also make horrendous music ►
Help me to do this full-time if you’re deranged enough (and thank you kindly) ►

A bit of context: I made a video a few years back called Let’s Build a Time Machine with Pickles and Sadness. It was awful. The initial idea had been to try explaining what a gap there currently is between general relativity and quantum mechanics. What came out instead was the video equivalent of soft-serve vanilla ice cream garnished with ostrich droppings. But the thing has been haunting me ever since and I wanted to give it another go. So that’s what this was. Why on earth are you so far down in the description anyway? Are you looking for a completely unrelated mystery link? Because that’s what you’ll find, oh yes you will:

Music used ►

Csárdás by Vittorio Monti –

The Labyrinth of Freedom – Ayşedeniz Gökçin

And of course Dvorak’s Op. 96, 4th movement –