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From:     Skreyn@???.com
Date:     Wed, 12 Oct 94 04:03:42 EDT
Subject:  Re: Eyespace
Pascal "The Rascal" Gaudette wrote:
> BHs also act as gravitational lenses for light that comes within
> their vicinity....
> It is also possible that the BH be surrounded by some form of
> accretion disk, which, if large enough, could be seen.
> Anyway, a BH *should* be a very dangerous, hard to spot, and very
> lethal threat.

     Um, well, I agree, but the main idea of the sphere wasn't the threat of
the black holes (which were to be fairly obvious in the sphere), but the odd
mirror-image effect on ship-sized items.
     Oh, well - having a sphere with two actualt documented holes as a big
juju threat is still neat....
     Here I am, over the posting quota again....
--
Sean K Reynolds   a.k.a. Veggie Boy  skreyn@??????.com  skreyn@???.com
"You think you're so smart, but I've seen you naked,
"I'll probably see you naked again." 'Blame it on me', BareNaked Ladies



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