None Lost or Found



Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt.

None Lost or Found

If none was ever lost or found, how would you ever know? You may have a bunch of none and not even know it, since you can’t see it. On the other hand, you may have none at all. Nothing for lost and found to be concerned about recording, that is for sure.

You can’t see it and neither can I, nobody can. That is why none has turned up, to this point. None has been around and in use for over a thousand years, without a lot of success, none never turns up by itself, all alone. It appears none is a lot like the mysterious black hole.

Modern science is on its way to discovering the black hole, or none, for all to see. I must take that back. Not for all to see, because when they discover the black hole. The scientists  don’t think it will be visible, actually there might be nothing to see. We must put our trust in science, we must believe in science and the invisible black hole. We will all may continue to stare into the abyss in the end and see nothing but none.  Some of this research is being carried out at the bottom of the Old Homestead Gold Mine, in the Black Hills of South Dakota. dark-matter

I felt I needed to share this following information with everyone, just click on the link for some fascinating reading. “Notice, it’s for kindergarten through 4th grade.” That says a lot for the future of this world.

March 8, 2017
What Is a Black Hole?

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This article is part of the NASA Knows! (Grades K-4) series.  Black Hole

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