It has been commonly said in Western culture, there are two topics to always avoid if you want to have any friends: Religion and politics. I have to say it is rather unfortunate -- or fortunate, depending on how you look at it -- that both of these are my favorite topics. I will let you wonder if I have any friends left at all after all these years, but I think the reason why they end up being taboo topics is because both deeply relate to our personal worldviews, and as such, many tend to take things too personally and emotionally. Especially when it comes to the topic of afterlife, some people indeed get a little too excited in telling other people they are going to hell, while others slip the other extreme and avoid it altogether. I think there is a moderate and positive approach to discuss topics like these, so today, we will spend some time talking about hell. From a Christian perspective, the are actually very few places in the Bible that brings this up. But when we do talk about hell, you really cannot shy away from Revelation 20:10, "The devil who had deceived them was thrown into the lake of fire and sulfur where the beast and the false prophet were, and they will be tormented day and night forever and ever." Based on what this verse tells us, hell seems to be described as an eternally fiery place. You know, probably a lot more powerful than a mere Blaze, to Ignite something, or dealing with some Pyro. So when Patriot came up with their flagship Hellfire M.2 NVMe SSD, how aptly named is it in terms of its magnitude of power? We took one in to find out.