I have updated the OP.
Here is the alpha pictures:
The Hellion's visor lifts up, and orange screen goes down when he switches from mech to vehicle form. Pretty cool. The only other units who's portait changes is the banshee when cloaking, and the viking when transforming (all terran I see). Pretty neat.
I'm a little put-off by the lack of diversity in the Zerg portraits. I know it's a minor point but all of them look like a derivative of the Hydralisk these days.
I've read The Elegant Universe and am going through Greene's newer book The Hidden Reality: Parallel Universes. (A little more accessible to the layman like me.) I'm particularly fond of the section that delves into the Holographic Principle. Anyways, black holes are areas of spacetime where it pretty much crashes. It's the universe's blue screen of death; too much information confined in too small a space such that it reaches the Bekenstein bound. At that point space collapses, and information/entropy is embodied by the event horizon at the "surface".To my understanding, in theoretical and astrophysics it also refers to the loss of knowledge of the existence of something due to it having been caught in a black hole and is no longer detectable in any way. Essentially, a loss of information.
I don't know if information is truly lost and what role Hawking radiation plays in that role though.
Be it through hallowed grounds or lands of sorrow
The Forger's wake is bereft and fallow
Is the residuum worth the cost of destruction and maiming;
Or is the shaping a culling and exercise in taming?
The road's goal is the Origin of Being
But be wary through what thickets it winds.
As far as I know, the information isn't "lost" as in "gone forever", more like "lost" as in "we don't know that it existed, and we don't know what "it" is, but something should have existed at some point at some place that it isn't. We sort of attribute that to black holes.
Of course, if one were to actually enter the black hole, you would be able to see everything that the black hole ever sucked in as you fall into the singularity. It's lost because we just can't retrieve it.
btw, if someone can point some flaw out in my argument, please do. No one in my area cares if I'm wrong about this kind of stuff before I get into a good college.