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Accretion Normals

By gpsychosis on November 25, 2018 11:57 pm

A supermassive object will ruthlessly extrude anything caught in its gravity well, causing it to compress and overheat until its spiralling materials release electromagnetic radiation. The direction of these emissions has been the subject of interest for several fledgeling cultures living close to these objects.\\\

//////Due to the precarity of their position, those proximal to gravitational singularities hold the key to intergalactic communication. Junctions in the filamentine structure that connects the poles of stellar, quasistellar, and planetary objects can be mapped with the points where surface normals in the accretion disk's electromagnetic rings intersect. Then, entangled messages can be delivered with pinpoint accuracy by sending signals toward the gravitational singularity, with the precisely inverted direction and same magnitude.

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November 26, 2018 5:37 am

Black holes are scary, a missed opportunity to make the song spiral down.

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