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By Leonard Weisberg
Undoubtedly, the greatest discovery of this century was a new type of black hole that attracts only leaves.1 As discussed, it exists in several places including pools and in the exterior inverted corners of houses and buildings, but fish ponds were not mentioned. I happen to own a fairly large fishpond, and have been able to make certain discoveries that will greatly add to the knowledge of this new phenomenon:
I am sure that proponents of string theory will find this additional data most important since it provides specific facts that allow the theory to be tested, and I am humbled by being able to help this very important field.
1.Ock, C. and Ull, B, (2010), J. Grav. Shrinking, Vol. 207, p. 13,476
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