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Singularity Spaceship

  Spammurabi

Okay, for physics we have this theoretical problem, where you have a spaceship and heat it up high enough so that that way if all the heat were spontaneously turned into mechanical energy it would reach escape velocity. However, in doing so, it would reach absolute zero and collapse on itself. I think that since it has the same mass as the spaceship it does not have enough gravitational power to pull the earth after it and maintains escape velocity and the earth is fine. My friend says that it turns into a singularity and doesn't go anywhere, and the earth is shortly destroyed. Who is correct?



Responses:


  Not the Ghost of Carl Sagan, since the existence of 'ghosts' cannot be proven scientifically.

As is often the case with theoretical problems, the theory simplifies over many details which can't be ignored. It's much like using a division by zero to prove that 1 equals 2, since merely stating the problem already contradicts laws of thermodynamics, there can be no-


Space Moose  

Carl, if you'll allow me. Let's clarify what you're trying to tell them with a simple analogy. Readers, to understand what's going on here with this theoretical problem, follow along with me here for a moment, and all will be clear.


Space Moose  

First, take a moment to unzip your pants and tug down any and all underwear. Pull out your dick with one hand. It will probably be flaccid and small at this point.


Space Moose  

Begin stroking it up and down, lightly at first, teasingly. Use your other hand to cup your testicles lovingly. Continue stroking, especially near the sensitive tip. As your cock starts to harden, grab it more firmly, completely encircling it with your fingers, and run your hand up and down in smooth motions.


Space Moose  

Continue doing this until you cream your pants, you fucks!


  Not the Ghost of Carl Sagan, since the existence of 'ghosts' cannot be proven scientifically.

Thank you Space Moose, that was surprisingly apt.




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