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Hot Spots are areas of Benthic Space where Curvature Regulation predicts a certain degree of stability and a potential for past or future white holes. Originally they were believed to be quite scarce, as the mathematical likelihood of their spontaneous creation was quite low. Scientists in their early attempts to theorise their existence believed there would be as few as a million, spread right the way across the galaxy. The discovery of a cluster of no less than four Hot Spots within seventeen AU of each other by the crew of HMS Ark Royal XVI changed this.
Hot Spots are areas of Benthic Space where Curvature Regulation predicts a certain degree of regularity and a potential for past or future white holes. Originally they were believed to be quite scarce, as the mathematical likelihood of their spontaneous creation was quite low. Scientists in their early attempts to theorise their existence believed there would be as few as a million, spread right the way across the galaxy. The discovery of a cluster of no less than four Hot Spots within seventeen AU of each other by the crew of HMS Ark Royal XVI changed this.

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