Once upon a time there was a family of a mother, father, son and daughter
The father was a scientist
The father named both his children “black hole”
One sunny day, the daughter asked her father “Daddy, Why did you give us the same name “black hole” when I am nothing like my brother”

The scientist father replied  “Because I Proved that you both exist”



Explanation of  BLACK HOLE FAMILY (SATIRE) 

When the father becomes aware of his children, he gives them names

The father’s children intrinsically exist even without names
When the father names both his children, “black hole”, he does not bring them into existence
Giving the children the same “black hole” name can give the false impression that they are now identical
The last sentence “Because I Proved that you both exist” is the belief of the mind of the Father that in naming, understanding is implied.
In reality, the father proved nothing
The father only named both his children “black hole”
A few reason names can be deceiving :
1. Names can give the impression that something is identical
2. Names can give the impression that something is static (The name remains the same, however the existence is in continuous flux)
2. Names can give the impression that something is being brought into existence
3. Names can give the impression that something is intrinsically knowable when it may in fact be unknowable since humans have limited sense perception