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natnew
Posted on 04-11-15 08:27 PM Link | #58944
Posted by Lunarius
It CAN be science fiction if you have enough imagination for it. :3

Posted by StapleButter
And if you pee in a blackhole, where do you think it goes?


There goes this discussion... shame, it started so well...


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StapleButter
Posted on 04-13-15 12:41 PM (rev. 2 of 04-13-15 12:43 PM) Link | #58972
It's called scientific curiosity. You don't know all the things until you have tried them out.


And who knows, they tell you that rain comes from the clouds, but maybe that is all propaganda. <_< >_>

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natnew
Posted on 04-30-15 04:22 PM Link | #59413
Posted by StapleButter
And who knows, they tell you that rain comes from the clouds, but maybe that is all propaganda. <_< >_>


I guess it's possible, but where DOES it come from then, do you think? In addition, why would there always be clouds present right over where it rains? to cover the people? o.o

Wait... this just got extremely off-topic. oops.


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StapleButter
Posted on 08-12-15 05:32 AM Link | #63059
Newsflash: 2025 is the year where Intel reaches 50GHz with its graphite CPUs.


And they're still getting lagged by stupid simple webpages because shitty coding is still the norm. Remember kids, optimizing code is for poor kids who can't upgrade their 286! Writing direct, straightforward code is for losers who know zero about decent programming! The more pointless layers and 'yay lego bricks' objects it has, the better it is!

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TheToxicRyu
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TheToxicRyu
Posted on 08-12-15 06:56 AM Link | #63063
Posted by StapleButter
And if you pee in a blackhole, where do you think it goes?

Black holes don’t actually “go” anywhere. There isn’t an actual “hole” involved at all.
They’re massive black orbs in space with an incomprehensible gravitational field.
It would just turn your pee into atoms

Incomprehensible - not able to be understood

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GreenThunder1337
Posted on 08-12-15 08:09 PM Link | #63080
I always thought they where just areas of dark matter that would dematerialize anything it came into contact with.

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MercuryPenny
Posted on 08-13-15 11:29 AM Link | #63093
Not unless you think dark matter is several trillion tons of matter crushed into a single point.


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GreenThunder1337
Posted on 08-13-15 12:58 PM Link | #63102
Hey hey man, nobody told me I had to know anything about science!

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StapleButter
Posted on 08-13-15 05:50 PM Link | #63118
Posted by TheToxicRyu
It would just turn your pee into atoms

The pee is already made of atoms!


So what do they become, smaller atoms? Do blackholes work like data compression or what?


* StapleButter starts a blackhole-based cloud company

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cosmological
Posted on 08-13-15 11:29 PM (rev. 2 of 08-13-15 11:32 PM) Link | #63135
Blah why am I even replying to this. Well given that I currently have no purpose on this board I might as well post something.

So a black hole is defined as having a schwarzschild radius greater than it's actual size. A schwarschild radius is the radius at which light cannot escape the gravitational pull of an object. You can find it by taking the equation for escape velocity replacing the velocity with c and solving for the rtadius r. Looks like this: r = (2GM)/(c^2). Everything has a schwarzschild radius, it is just usually smaller than the size of an atom and only really works in the case of point sources. You can find out your schwarzschild radius by plugging in your weight and using the universatl gravitational constant.

In nature a black hole is the remains of a dead star. The interesting part of it is that in the core there is a singularity, which is a point of infinite density. At this point gravitational pull is infinite. Use the equation GMm/(r^2). At the point the r is 0 so the gravitational pull is infinite, using limits. So with black holes in nature a lot of people talk about the event horizon. This is the region in which light cannot escape the gravity of the blackhole. The event horizon is not a physical object, it is a lot of nothing. Say for instance we had a particle which could travel faster than light. Observing a blackhole now the even horizon would be slightly smaller (Take the equation and replace c with 1.2c or something). The area where you would observe the original event horizon would be empty space.

In the case of an object, StapleButter's urine for example entering a black hole there are various theories about what would happen. For being turned into atoms, that would partially be true. As the objects get closer to the singularity the gravitational forces would keep getting stronger. It gets so sudden that one side of the object has significantly more gravitational attraction than the other side, this is called speghettificaion. So it would start by breaking down the chemical bonds into individual atoms. As it got closer to the singularity the gravity would be able to overcome the weak nuclear force and separate the elections from the protons and neutrons of the atom. And as it got even closer to the singularity it would overcome the strong nuclear force and break them into quarks. As the gravity approached infinity at the singularity, the particles would be compressed into a single point.

Although the singularity has infinite density, it does have finite mass. So once the urine is in the blackhole the blackhole would gain mass and the event horizon would increase in size.

Blah probably killed the discussion there.

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Fruit Smasher
Posted on 08-14-15 01:05 AM (rev. 4 of 08-14-15 01:16 AM) Link | #63136
Wait!
Pee or urin is a liquid. If you are thrown in the ring of a black hole the gravity pulls you in. you are able to escape until you hit the EH (event horizon)

If you and your friend are thrown in a black hole, your friend can watch you get stretched. Time is slower next to/in the EH.

But people are solids. Urin is a Liquid. The urin wouldn't be stretched because there is less atom strands. Atoms in liquids have more space and move around alot in liquids. In ice, the atoms are super compact in Solids.

If urin was to be poured into a black hole, it would just completely spread 20 times its side. it might even split.

Infact if Staplebutter peed in a black hole the urin wouldnt be like it is on earth.

HOWEVER staplebutter pees melted butter, so theory has been disproved

Edit: Atoms always are moving but in solids they are mearly vibrating

GreenThunder1337
Posted on 08-14-15 06:30 AM Link | #63147
AAAAAAaaand the subject of the matter is StapleButter's pee.

Well dun guys! :D

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Sevrault
Posted on 08-14-15 10:38 PM (rev. 2 of 08-14-15 10:38 PM) Link | #63197
Posted by GreenThunder1337
AAAAAAaaand the subject of the matter is StapleButter's pee.

Well dun guys! :D

Great, now I need to pee >_<
Posted by Somebody Else
Edit: Atoms always are moving but in solids they are mearly vibrating

(the more you know)


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StapleButter
Posted on 08-14-15 10:41 PM Link | #63198
Earth is moving at insane speeds and yet you feel nothing of that


isn't it amazing

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shibboleet
Posted on 08-15-15 10:32 AM Link | #63223
cant tell if somebody else is either joking or really dumb on the topic

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LifeMushroom
Posted on 08-15-15 10:36 AM Link | #63224
what on earth is going on here

GreenThunder1337
Posted on 08-15-15 08:00 PM Link | #63232
Posted by LifeMushroom
what on earth is going on here
Don't you mean, what in space?


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Fruit Smasher
Posted on 08-15-15 09:22 PM Link | #63236
Posted by GreenThunder1337
Don't you mean, what in space?

hey guys stop CLOWNING around!

Sevrault
Posted on 08-17-15 07:27 PM Link | #63344
Posted by Somebody Else
hey guys stop CLOWNING around!

worst joke evar
Posted by MrRean
cant tell if somebody else is either joking or really dumb on the topic

Neither. He's teaching us pointless stuff about space. :)

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