LC: I remember I read this story once, about the guy - who did the math on black holes...?
LC: It was Schwartzchild. Okay. It was World War One, and Schwartzchild -
'song: *perks up* *scampers to dining room* *plucks book off table* *flips to page 90* *hands to LC*
LC: ...that's the story.
Connie Willis, "Schwartzchild Radius". In the collection Impossible Things, which had been in the dining room since I read Elayna and Coyote-Chan "Even the Queen" a few months ago. I haven't read the story in question in years.
So my short-term memory may be screwed, but my long-term memory is intact. And pretty good. And I love that it was on the table, yet.