Doing some research, I found a few hundred tables which were being gathered as if they contained no data but I wanted to verify it myself by looking at the data (or absence of data). No problem I thought, I would just take the list of tables, put a comma at the end of each one, and then use the list in something like this:
SELECT * FROM table1, table2, etc
They are empty, so it sounds like a great idea right? Not so much. I believed that there was such a thing as too many tables (or maybe columns) that can be joined together (in a Cartesian join in this example) as the following ORA-00600 error was spit out at me:
ORA-00600: internal error code, arguments: [mal0-size-too-large], [kksoff : opitca], , , , , , , , , , 
At first, I thought it was simply because of the Cartesian join but when I reduced the query to only have 20 or 30 tables I no longer received my ORA-00600 message and I received the single null row with all of the columns from each table returned. It turns out, that since we are on 22.214.171.124 this is a bug I'm encountering detailed in MOS note/bug 553051.1/675576 which is resolved in 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 versions of the database.