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Funko
22-04-2005, 17:08:09
Black holes right, well, they are so dense that they are actually infinitely dense! They'd be perfect for radiation screening 'cause they'd attract all radiation into them with no chance of it ever escaping.

As we've worked out in the other thread the mass of something is the volume times the density which would be a bit difficult but luckily the black hole has zero volume.

*phew*

King_Ghidra
22-04-2005, 17:10:58
Aaaaaaarrrrgghhhh!!!

Japher
22-04-2005, 17:11:17
Blackholes are actual portholes to Bizzaroworlds.

duh.

mr.G
22-04-2005, 17:11:33
i want a secret black hole, i really do
just for fun, than i go like, hey you lazy drunk gorgeous woman: wanna see my secret black hole?

Cruddy
22-04-2005, 17:11:55
Well, how was Funko to know you were neurotic about black holes?

Fistandantilus
22-04-2005, 17:11:58
That's great! KG can finally complete his project!

I imagine a black hole in Reading can attract a lot of people too. Tourism!

Funko
22-04-2005, 17:12:29
Just a small one. ;)

Japher
22-04-2005, 17:13:26
What did one blackhole say to another blackhole?

Cruddy
22-04-2005, 17:13:57
You SUCK!

Funko
22-04-2005, 17:14:11
:lol:

Funko
22-04-2005, 17:15:02
The best thing about black holes is that they are so compact.

Japher
22-04-2005, 17:15:22
Beautiful... this forum is in sync, we have been calibrated.

Japher
22-04-2005, 17:16:07
It would be great to have a blackhole in your pocket.

Funko
22-04-2005, 17:16:50
The new kids craze...

Cruddy
22-04-2005, 17:16:59
The Committee for Racial & Sexual Equality has decreed that black holes will now be known as "colourless voids".

mr.G
22-04-2005, 17:17:14
Originally posted by Cruddy
You SUCK! :lol:

Gary
22-04-2005, 17:17:28
:confused: Surely it's the singularity at the centre that has zero volume ? Else what does the event horizon represent ?

Funko
22-04-2005, 17:18:16
void expresses an empty or unfilled space though and a black hole is actually a very, very full non space.

Funko
22-04-2005, 17:19:20
Originally posted by Gary
:confused: Surely it's the singularity at the centre that has zero volume ? Else what does the event horizon represent ?

Yes yes. enough with the pedantry.

Cruddy
22-04-2005, 17:20:23
I know that. You know that. Try telling the beauracrats.

Anyway, it's got zero volume so how can it be full?

Funko
22-04-2005, 17:21:24
Very easily.

Japher
22-04-2005, 17:21:26
'cause it goes to 11.

MDA
22-04-2005, 17:21:47
Originally posted by King_Ghidra
Aaaaaaarrrrgghhhh!!!

:brwncard: Wrong Hole!

Dyl Ulenspiegel
22-04-2005, 17:23:35
Originally posted by Funko
but luckily the black hole has zero volume.

*phew*

Lucky bastard, indeed.

Cruddy
22-04-2005, 17:32:27
Originally posted by Funko
void expresses an empty or unfilled space though and a black hole is actually a very, very full non space.

So it should be called a black full then? :confused:

Dyl Ulenspiegel
22-04-2005, 17:39:22
A matter of perspective.

Hmmm... maybe it's just a full hole.