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Originally posted by Watchdog-Finland
ak he ja ze Pléóshán,
ye ze ka té? na mo !!
I think it's silly. Energy acquired from a star has no bearing on the velocity of a ship, or the gravity of a planet. If this was true, the galaxy would literally collapse on itself. Such energy from all those stars all together would cause any matter near it to be going many times faster than the speed of light. The center of a galaxy would spin so fast, and have so much light, that it would rip a whole in the time space continuum and begin falling back into time. This vortex would rip the galaxy into two sections. An inner super-star, and and outer ring. The center of the galaxy would be a very large star, with a black hole within it. You would literally have a black hole powered star. A star sucking into itself, but so large that the black hole cannot absorb it all. The black hole would spit out energy that would be so slowed and compressed that it would immediately turn back into mass. A perpetual black hole, of sorts. The outer galaxy would become a ring orbiting this super star, and would be superheated. The force of all that energy being shot out would also scatter this ring outward. So no, the formula makes no sense.
Originally posted by commander ly-on
I am not an indigo.
I ask the same thing to the other skeptics: if you think I’m not who I am, and even I’m a liar, please explain to all members why you still lose your time logging in and write posts?
Your time is gold, just like mine.