12/14/20 – Weird Gravity

Spacetrawler, audio version For the blind or visually impaired, December 14, 2020.

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Feels good to have your feet on the ground again. Even if it is the ceiling.

13 Comments

    1. TB

      Yeah, I was kind of amazed when I found that out. Inside of a spherical hollow mass has no gravity, even on the surface of the sphere. Somebody had to walk me through it to prove it to me.

  1. kade

    I know this is kind of generic, but I just wanted to say “thank you” for this strip. It is funny, engaging, emotional, good to look at. I am impressed by the story and the frequency. Just an all-around great job. Thanks.

    1. Meran

      I’ve been referencing Masque of the Red Death just about everywhere… hubs and I were inventing places that are holding such dances nowadays.

      Thanks for the laugh! (I thought the same, that the crusty ship looked like one too)

  2. Pete Rogan

    Kudos for the “Masque of the Red Death” analogy. Very appropriate in this day and age.

    That said, what is this? Inside-out planet season? The former Calama Void (now the Calama Black Hole) was a wonder and a shame to have been collapsed, but what’s the deal with 2672-Wezwez? Can you really mine a planet out so thoroughly that only a crust of tailings is left? If so, just what the heck is there left to mine? And what does this have to do with Gordik repellium, really? I sense a connection here.

    Going back to a regular large pop. My foot is getting tired from pumping the giant-sized one. Say, is this chair supposed to bend like this?

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