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By Jes Battis
After a chain of brutal murders, Occult precise Investigator Tess Corday is confident the identification of the killer is locked in her personal head. the one query is-how many ideas is she keen to wreck to get to the reality?
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However, experimental observations indicate a constraint on the frequency of such "evaporations" of about one per year in a volume of space equal to 3 × 106 cubic light years. 1 In effect, information concerning the interior of any black holes extant today is effectively denied us. Now this is a particularly attractive situation for the science fiction author. Since we can know nothing of the interior, we cannot even assume that the ordinary physical laws of our universe apply there. It is a short step to assume that they do not; that is, black holes represent portals to alternative universes with perhaps very different physical laws and histories.
A black hole is a region of space-time whose density is so great that light cannot escape. Thus, the region is a perfect absorber of photons and, consequently, a true black body. Such objects should be detectable on the basis of their ability to "bend" light in the vicinity or to deform the orbits of companion objects. Indeed, strong candidate black holes have already been advanced, such as Cygnus X-1. At the center of a black hole resides the singularity. In Einstein's equations this is essentially the result of division by zero, resulting in Page 21 infinite density in zero volume.
3. Ozma of Oz. Indeed, could I do all my little friends ask, I should be obliged to write dozens of books to satisfy their demands. 4. Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz. "It's no use; no use at all. The children won't let me stop telling tales of the land of Oz. I know lots of other stories, and I hope to tell them, some time or another; but just now my loving tyrants won't allow me. They cry "OzOz! more about Oz, Mr. " 5. The Road to Oz. " . . I thought I had written about Oz enough; but . . I have been fairly deluged with letters from children.