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#71 11 years ago
because they technically have infinite mass.

No, they don't. Technically, they don't have infinite anything. It is just that for its specific density, the escape velocity from the object just happens to be greater than 300,000,000m/s.




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#72 11 years ago

Who cares about physics. If there was time travel, it would only work out without causing a disaster if only one person could do it. That would have to be me, of course. :)




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#73 11 years ago
Who cares about physics

You should care about physics, because that's the only thing holding you together.




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#74 11 years ago
Mr. Pedantic;4586792You should care about physics, because that's the only thing holding you together.

Smartass. So do Biology and chemistry, though. :o




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#75 11 years ago
Smartass. So do Biology and chemistry, though. embarrasmentx.gif

Yeah, so? You should care about those as well.




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#76 11 years ago

I do. I just can't be arsed with physics.




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#77 11 years ago

That's horribly inconsistent. Maybe the first thing you should do with your time machine is go and mess with your genes so you're less variable.




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#78 11 years ago

pretty funny, hope he didnt get banned for that ! hahaaha He hated physic's but that was his favorite topic ! LOL @!




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#79 11 years ago
No, they don't. Technically, they don't have infinite anything. It is just that for its specific density, the escape velocity from the object just happens to be greater than 300,000,000m/s.

Nope, defintely infinite mass. You'd need gravitation for an escape velocity first. If you're in space, you have no escape velocity. Merely mass constraints.

So if you had an engine on eternal fuel. You could constantly accelerate. But your accelerations would slowly be smaller and smaller as you approach the speed of light as the accelerated object's mass grows higher.

For the record, mass and weight are not the same.




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#80 11 years ago
Nope, defintely infinite mass.

No. That is not true. Black holes do not have infinite mass, because otherwise they would have infinite energy. And that violates not only Dexters vaunted mass-energy equivalence, but also the laws of thermodynamics.