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[1] A point where the known laws of mathematics or physics no longer apply (such as a Black Hole)

[2] A state impossible to predict or comprehend by those that have not attained it.

[3] A toposophic grade of creative problem-solving, incomprehensible to those that have not attained that state. See also, Singularity Levels.
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Text by M. Alan Kazlev
Initially published on 31 December 2001.