DEEP SPACE DOUBLETS - LEVEL 2
Charles Dodgson (1832-1898) was an English mathematician who also
happened to be an excellent storyteller. Using the name of Lewis
Carroll, he wrote children's books that were full of whimsical
nonsense. Among Dodgson's literary creations are such works as
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the
Looking-Glass. He was also an excellent photographer.
In response to the pleas of some young friends, Dodgson created word
puzzles which came to be known as "doublets." To solve a "doublet," you
must change one word into another by going through a series of steps.
You may change only one letter at a time. Each change must result in
the formation of a new word. The first starry word has been done for
- Change mass to dust:
- Change gas to Sun
- Change star to hole
- Change core to X-ray
- Change heat to glow
- Change fuse to burn
- Change mass to life
- Change spin to glow
- Change mass to cool
- Change red to hot
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