You don't see much, although you decree what is valuable and what isn't.
You may note, if you re-read, that I do not claim to know much about any of it.
I observe what is there. I take what experts have to say and compare it to what is apparent.
If black holes lie at the heart of each and every galaxy, as experts claim, then clearly, they have some reason to be there.
At no point do I say that any of this needs to be known, or that it is of any use, in the knowing.
It is, as usual, what it is.
The only thing I do know, first hand, about, is the absolute nature of what lies out there.
I have been there, in it, and of it.
Black holes are something I recognize, although I do not think of them as black holes.
Don't bother demanding proof, because there can be none.
Don't expect me to show the slightest interest in having you believe a word I say, because I have no interest.
Be awed, or ignore it.
If you are awed, then that awe may move you to become a spaceman, yourself, inasfar as you are able to become one. If you are not awed, then so what? Do you consider any harm has been done? Is this not an interesting thread?
Scientists can only know so much, and only in certain limited ways.
Mystics may know things scientists never can, and in ways that are the exclusive domain of mystics.
Amusingly, scientists need followers far more than mystics do.
Each have their uses, I suppose.