- n. Dutch astronomer who proved that the galaxy is rotating and proposed the existence of the Oort cloud (1900-1992)
“Written by William I. Legeman III, Cloud Monsters of the Oort is apparently a serial novella in 12 weekly installments.”
“Cloud Monsters of the Oort is another interesting science fiction venture courtesy of my email box.”
“But the heavy-handed approach advocated by the likes of Richard Van Oort is not an adequate substitute.”
“That Van Oort is driven to speak of the "sacred meaning" to be found in the subjects of "ethnographic" crticism to me only suggests that he and his like-minded colleagues are desperate to find profound significance in their study of trivia and detritus.”
“The description of the "discipline of literature" provided here by Van Oort is one that indeed enforces "discipline" on works of literature, of a sort more reminiscent of the archaeologist than the anthropologist, digging "beyond the literary surface" to the foundational "meaning" to be discovered there.”
“Planet-x. com.au » coloyan. com – » Does Sun Have A Binary Companion in Oort Cloud?”
“If you can’t already tell from the title, Cloud Monsters of the Oort is a throw back to the pulp fiction style of writing.”
“Read more: coloyan. com – » Does Sun Have A Binary Companion in Oort Cloud?”
“Some are found at the very edge of the solar system in a great band known as the Oort cloud.”
“Jupiter's gravity propelled it out into the far reaches of the Solar System, where it remained in deep freeze, among many others like it, as a member of the so-called Oort cloud.”
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