"Our previous consideration on the production of radiant energy from thestars indicates that such production of radiant energy is only possible wherethe second law of thermodynamics is followed, that is, in a positive section of the universe. In a negative section of the universe the reverse process musttake place; namely, space is full of radiant energy, presumably produced inthe positive section of space, and the stars use this radiant energy to build upa higher level of heat. All radiant energy in that section of space would tendto be absorbed by the stars, which would thus constitute perfectly blackbodies; and very little radiant energy would be produced in that section of space, but would mostly come from beyond the boundary surface. What littleradiant energy would be produced in the negative section of space would bepseudo-teleologically directed only towards stars which have enough activityto absorb it, and no radiant energy, or almost none, would actually leave thenegative section of space. The peculiarity of the boundary surface betweenthe positive and negative sections of space, then, is, that practically all lightthat crosses it, crosses it in one direction, namely, from the positive side tothe negative side. If we were on the positive side, as seems to be the case,then we could not see beyond such surface, though we might easily havegravitational or other evidence of bodies existing beyond thatsurface."―CHAP XII
Seeing the invisible – first dark galaxy discovered?
"A British-led team of astronomers have discovered an object that appears tobe an invisible galaxy made almost entirely of dark matter – the first everdetected. A dark galaxy is an area in the universe containing a large amountof mass that rotates like a galaxy, but contains no stars. Without any stars togive light, it could only be found using radio telescopes. It was first seen with