Yup, it's the A to Z blogfest, and while it may still be two and half months away it isn't too early to start planning and maybe even writing some of those posts. Trust me, I know. I've done this before. In fact, I wrote my first post last night.
As for my subject, if you didn't guess, it's scifi. This gives me a nice big range from movies to books to terms associated with scifi like superluminal tunnels, FTL (faster than light), and wormholes, hence the piccie from Monday, courtesy of Wikipedia.
impression of a wormhole from an observer's perspective, crossing the
event horizon of a Schwarzschild wormhole which bridges two different
universes. The observer originates from the right, and another universe
becomes visible in the center of the wormhole’s shadow once the horizon
is crossed, the observer seeing light that has fallen into the black
hole interior region from the other universe; however, this other
universe is unreachable in the case of a Schwarzschild wormhole, as the
bridge always collapses before the observer has time to cross it, and
everything that has fallen through the event horizon of either universe
is inevitably crushed in the singularity.
I'm looking forward to learning some new things from my own posts as well as everyone else's. Have you been thinking about your plan? Or is your plan to take a month off and watch everyone else scramble and run around? I'd be interested to hear if you care to share.
Meanwhile Dianne and I are still looking for a first page or two for February's First Impressions so if you would like yours critiqued send it along (click on contact me).