The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Nighttime Analysis

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Some place deep inside the minds of everybody's brain, there is a door. An entryway that isolates the universes of fantasy and reality. Fantasy can be a blinding place loaded with the endless longings of individuals. On the other side of fantasy theirs reality which pounds its hands waiting eagerly to be noticed. The protagonist, Christopher is a true image of what reality is. People can be blinded by the fantasy and forget the facts of reality when they're pointed out. In the book, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, a teacher at Christopher's school revealed to Christopher that his mom was in heaven. Although, Christopher doesn't believe that there is a heaven. Reverend Peters, a priest at school, once told Christopher that heaven wasn't a place in the universe. Christopher then answered that the best way to get outside the universe would only be to experience a black hole,…show more content…
If heaven was on the opposite side of a black hole, dead individuals would need to be launched into space on rockets to get there, and they aren't or else individuals would know about it. All this information is scientific and straight from the book itself. According to“Into a Black Hole.”A black hole has a boundary, called the event horizon. It is where gravity is just strong enough to drag light back and prevent it escaping. Because nothing can travel faster than light, everything else will get dragged back also. Falling through the event horizon is a bit like going over Niagara Falls in a canoe. If you are above the falls, you can get away if you paddle fast enough, but once you are over the edge, you are lost. There’s no way back. (Hawking,

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