"On the one hand I know they exist because their existence is a requirement for universal and galactic structure,"<quoted text>
I believe they exist because there is evidence that they exist. It really does not matter how you try to use weasel words to obfuscate that evidence
On the one hand I know they exist because their existence is a requirement for universal and galactic structure, because suns close to them are dramatically affected in their movement and that light is bent by their proximity, that gas clouds alter speed while passing such a mass or are swallowed by them and that x ray emissions are millions of times stronger animating from a black hole.
I do not demand direct observation of god or gods, I demand evidence any validated/falsifiable evidence will do, and what are you completely short of?- Evidence. Why do you have difficulty understanding the concept when it applies to gods but are obtuse to the point of lies when it comes to black holes?
By the way WFT have you invented now? Your statement fascinated me so I searched google and google scholar fir the term black holes cannot exist in a Big Bang universe and found nothing... NOTHING to confirm your statement.
Once again your misunderstanding, misrepresentation and specious interpretation of science proves you are a total lunatic.
So, they have to exist. It just has to be so.
This is the same reasoning atheists use to assert abiogenesis...
Life is here, so it had to happen.
The name for this formal fallacy is "Argument from Final Consequences"
Combining two formal fallacies, you have also "Argument from Authority".
Doubling down on fallacy - that's you Chrissy.