a picture of a shower with a thought on it
But that would also be the biggest hole you didnt satisfy. Soooo....
@TurtleBlink, for some, that is an everyday thing
@TurtleBlink, I fail to satisfy every hole. That’s why I decided to let people satisfy themselves with my hole. Problem solved.
@AceWolf456, just remind them, it's okay to get silver in the "race" to finish.
@TurtleBlink, I’ll live with that...wait
@TurtleBlink, It's also the smallest thing in the universe. And you still couldn't fill it...
@seeUpee, every day?! Damn. I wish I could not satisfy someone every day. This never getting the opportunity thing is getting old
And moments later you would have no dick
@Dephenistrator, doesn’t matter... got laid!
@seeUpee, black hole sucked his dick clean off, Orgasm was out of this world!
@Dephenistrator, Ahahah nice! I will poke your intellect since you like space... I got into the wonders of black holes a while back... there is still no explanations for them and where they go
@seeUpee, there are some cool demonstrations on youtube...but basically theyre just a mass so dense that it warps the fabric of spacetime to unimaginable levels. According to what ive "learned"
@seeUpee, yeah, since we use light to detect things in space and no light that goes in a black hole ever comes back we have a phenomenal problem studying them. It's debatable if we can even get someone to mars let alone to a black hole and again let alone safely even for a robot to study. The extremes that a black hole pushes physics to is amazing and it will be incredible when we fully solve them. We know where they come from and how they form (mostly) and we can watch their interactions with other objects and things they eat or orbit but after anything passes that event horizon it might have well unloaded from the game world because it webt past the players view distance. It's just lost to us after that.
@Dephenistrator, absolutely fascinating! A few years I really got interested on them especially when one made a star disappear... was pretty cool to watch, lots of stuff on YouTube like breeze said. One day man! One day! Will it be in our lifetime tho? Probably not
@seeUpee, yeah YouTube has some pretty cool documentaries and videos. If you haven't heard also look up gravitational waves as we have a few 'observatories' that listen instead of look with a telescope by detecting faint ripples in the fabric of space. (In short, They use a really long laser and if it goes off target space must have bent to send it on a curve) they used these to detect gravitational shockwaves of huge things colliding like neutron stars or black holes colliding. So far they haven't unlocked the secrets of the universe but give us a new way to study massive collisions
@Dephenistrator, gravitational waves... I’m going to look that up and inform myself on it more. First I heard of it but seems to be extremely interesting... wonder who just sits there and reads these waves all day. I got really interested on the 230-kilotonne asteroid that could hit Earth in 2022... so far I think it was in the couple thousand to one chance... a chance too high if you ask me... I love stuff like that, we will see what happens
@seeUpee, that is higher chances than normal. I think that's the one that scientists are eager to study as it passes between earth and the moon but i could easily be wrong because honestly this crap happens as often as they say in men in black, where the earth is constantly threatened so i go by the nick fury rule: "Until such time as the world ends, we will act as though it intends to spin on."
Gravitational waves are kinda new and kinda old. Einstein predicted them and had no where near the tech to detect them (first detection was 2015, confirmed 2016) under his theories every that moves bends the fabric of space ever so slightly. But if the most massive of things smacked into eachother it could possibly make a shockwave strong enough to detect. And we finally did, several times now. We are even planning to put a detector in space now so it's more sensitive with less interference to rule out.
We wouldn't really feel the shockwave 1) because it's still small compared to us and 2) -
@seeUpee, 2) it's not us moving, it's all 3 dimensions we inhibit stretching and retracting in an ocean wave like motion.
It might be easiest if you look up gravitational lensing first because it covers the bending of the fabric of space on a similar level. Gravitational lensing is when a big object (like a freaking pack of galaxies) is close together and the gravity is so intense it tightens space around it enough to stretch it inwards and causes a magnifying glass like effect for astronomers. It's amazingly useful for seeing past our technologies capabilities and led to some cool discoveries like seeing the same super nova at four different points in time at once because the lensing caused the light to reach us at different speeds during different centuries as it orbited it's galaxy
@Dephenistrator, well you got me watching some videos... blown away by Einstein 1936 discovery of intervening mass. Then it got into dark matter and some quantum gravity... all this is just beyond me, crazy stuff. Little bit discovered by accident too. Wonder if they have the DES in Chile looking into the JF1 asteroid. Funny the Chileans got the grant and not Argentina, there is an unbelievable amount of stars that can be seen in the pitch black region of Rio Gallegos and el Calafate area. I have not seen a sky like that anywhere else in the American and European continent.
@seeUpee, yeah einstein was pretty amazing. I have read about alot of geniuses, and have never seen one quite like him. He just kept going, like if this works like this then these need to exist. And a century later we confirm gravitational lensing with the technology to see it that he never could have had to use and guess it existed. I hope that made sense, i just woke up. XD. I always hope they make more observatories. I once seriously looked into becoming an astronomer after finding out i probably would spend 6 years in college to never have a position i want because there's no where near enough observatories and far too much competition. That's okay though, I'll stick to software. I would love to see the in another hemisphere like Chile or Argentina some day in person.
@Dephenistrator, you ever wonder what kind of insane discoveries Einstein could achieve with the technology we have today? The guy was born too early in our human history. After all I read about the guy he was a bit weird, a bit off... but you have to be to do what he did. Oh man, the best memories of my life are in the south of Argentina. When we moved to America a lot of my family like grandmother moved to Los Antiguos that just about limits with Chile. We have done the trip from the second biggest city that I lived at called Cordoba by truck down there about four times. Three that I really remember. We traveled the Patagonia. Everything was untouched and beautiful, nothing but dirt roads and in the middle everything is pretty flat. If you ever get a chance GO! it is not like the rest of the country, it is very safe and people are extremely humble and nice. Do rent a 4WD vehicle tho. A trip down there will change your outlook on a lot of things.
@seeUpee, i have wondered that about einstein. Maybe he would even solve our problem of relativity vs quantum physics, though quantum physics was his Achilles heel
@seeUpee, i don't really travel alpt anymore now that i spawned a kid, you know the whole get married and settle down thing, but i will keep it in mind when we do start traveling again when he's older.
@Dephenistrator, you will... you going to have a successful life especially when you finish that game. Maybe one of these companies that make video games will see it and just throw you a ton of money to go make more for them. Never let go of a dream man! Time to start on a New Years resolution! I’m playing life is strange 2 for the hell of it. The story is actually based in Seattle and they talk a lot about it as they are running away from there. Keeps reminding me of you when it gets mentioned. Hope 2019 was good to you and your family man, crazy we are about to end another decade... who will we be in 2029? I keep wondering... hopefully we will still be alive and well, no asteroid hit us yet lol Happy New Years!
@seeUpee, lol, yeah hopefully no asteroids! In 2029.... i am gonna say the internet will finally not be slow and easily connect. No reason for it, i just really wish it did.
My only resolutions are to work on my software and keep my kid healthy and happy. And he's gonna start getting used to minecraft or little big planet or something this year, i am definitely gonna raise my player 2!
I bought astroneers and switch between that and seven days to die right now. I rented a server for seven days so my family can all play on our crazy schedules.
Happy new years dude! I wish you very well, and hope you have a great night tonight!
Will it still be attached to me?
@megamanx181x, relativity speaking, not for long on your end of things... of your... thing. I'm just gonna leave that sentence like that.
Where is my spaget-ification?
And it would feel like an eternity.
Prepared to be frightened.
Going into a black hole effects time. To the point where a single second could be millions of years to the people outside of the black hole. If you fall into a black hole, you would die, but first you would watch the entire universe die around you. Making you have the biggest dïck in the universe for the rest of time.
You know it’s actually not a hole...
Don't do that. Don't give me hope
Youd also be the saddest person in the universe since you would have the longest face... ill see myself out.
The best succ