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The Black Hole Experiments is an incredible book, with two amazing science fiction journeys that take you beyond the realms of the universe ...
It begins, at the end of the twenty-first century, with scientists, with the United Nations Space Agency, exploring Mars, who stumble upon a metallic sphere, with a pulsating vibration.
At first they assume that it is the remains of a probe or an earlier expedition. Except, when they analyse its surface, they find that it is older than any of them thought possible.
They cannot determine its origins, and they take it back to the Earth to allow other scientists to investigate it.
A flickering beam, which they fire at it, triggers it to unlock and reveal that its inner forces, by the manipulation of gravitational forces, are suspending a black hole.
At a United Nations Space Agency laboratory leading scientists carry out experiments on it. Except an accident occurs, at an exhibition of it, and scientists enter it, and travel out beyond the realms of the universe ...
In Beyond Space and Time an entity, taking the form of a life form, travels from beyond the boundaries of space and time, on a voyage to the far reaches of the universe, and, on its exploration of the galaxy, crashes into the Earth.
Millions of years later, archaeologists discover it, in its form of spacecraft, concealed in a cave, below the ruins of a castle, over a sea cliff, in Cornwall.
A vital control gets damaged, sending it hurtling into space, and it plunges into the stars, with them trapped on board, trying in vain to repair it.
In the depths of the universe they encounter weird life forms; including one that has the dimensions of a small galaxy, which floats in a deep void, stretching thousands of light years of space, made of masses of energy, from the big bang.
It travels endlessly on, into the depths of the universe, to where it came from, beyond the universe ...

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