Pamela Zoline nsIn hmolscience, Pamela Zoline (1941-) is an American writer noted, in literature thermodynamics, for her 1967 work on entropy and ontology.

In 1967, Zoline, penned her controversial entropy-themed short story “The Heat Death of the Universe”, wherein she she attempted to address the question of what thermodynamics has to say about ontology, the subject that concerns itself with the problems of the nature of existence or being. [1]

Zoline was educated at Barnard College, Slade School of Art, and University College, London. [2]

1. (a) Zoline, Pamela. (1967). “The Heat Death of the Universe”, New Worlds.
(b) Van der Spek, Inez. (2000). Alien Plots: Female Subjectivity and the Divine in the Light of James Tiptree’s ‘A Momentary Taste of Being’” (pg. 63). Liverpool University Press.
2. Zoline, Pamela. (1988). The Heat Death of the Universe and Other Short Stories. McPherson.

External links
Pamela Zoline – Wikipedia.
● Page, Alison. (2005). “An Appreciation: ‘The Heat Death of the Universe’ by Pamela Zoline”, The ED SF Project, Nov 16.

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