Prodnose: Quantum mechanics predicts that information is immortal, while general relativity says that black holes must destroy information forever. This paradox, first discovered by Stephen Hawking forty years ago, has pestered physicists for decades. But if black holes contain cold, condensed gravitons, then they may function like a supercomputer that actually preserves information.
Myself: Smoke some with your dog, no stress, no seeds, no stems, no sticks! Some of that real sticky icky icky, ooh wee!
Prodnose: You're back in Cardiff for another Groundhog Day weekend again. I assume.
Myself: Darn tooting, and information is being destroyed forever.