from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A curvature of three-dimensional space in a space of four dimensions.
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After all, the electrical and nuclear forces at work atomic level are much stronger than the space-curvature Eventually those should be sufficient to destroy the pattern But as I said, if there is some way to maintain the integrity, then you might end up with something like Outsider.
"Stilled atomic-whirl and rigid space-curvature," he said.
Arcot had merely to transfer the enormously high energy level of the space-curvature to any form of energy he wanted, and now, with the complete statistics on it, he was able to do that directly.