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#21 - froloff (10/03/2013) [+] (10 replies)
#12 - andovaredoras (10/03/2013) [+] (25 replies)
This made me have some feels.
User avatar #3 - anonymoose (10/03/2013) [+] (10 replies)
1. No, that equation would be: M = m/sqrt(1-((v^2)/c^2)). M=mass when moving, m=mass when stationary, v=velocity, c=speed of light in a vacuum E=mc^2 essentially says mass is condensed energy.

2. The greater distance of MASSES, the less the force of attraction. Also, the greater the mass of both objects the greater the force.

4. The greater distance of charges, the less the force of attraction or repulsion. The information there is just a side bit, really.
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#18 - allamericandude (10/03/2013) [+] (7 replies)
That statement isn't quite right. This equation is simply the entropy for a black hole, or rather the maximum entropy any object can have. Note that the entropy S is related to the surface area A. This is interesting because a 3D object can be described by a 2D quantity. This gets into hologram theory, which basically says that information is not lost in a black hole--which would break the laws of thermodynamics--but is instead stored or projected onto the 2D surface area of the black hole, like a movie being projected onto a screen.

It was Hawking who argued that information was lost in black holes, but he famously conceded defeat on the issue after years of debate.

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#23 - mohne (10/03/2013) [-]
so that means your mom just moves pretty fast
#45 - deathleprechaun (10/03/2013) [-]
**deathleprechaun rolled a random image posted in comment #56 at There has always been swag ** MFW I come to FunnyJunk and end up retaking a physics lesson.
#62 - triggathepirate (10/03/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Ah, college relationships.
#166 - hidanfangirl ONLINE (10/04/2013) [-]
I have no idea what the 			****		 is going on.
I have no idea what the **** is going on.
#168 - tubbsinlubbers (10/04/2013) [-]
I like post like these because it brings out all the smart people on funnyjunk

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User avatar #7 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (10/03/2013) [+] (12 replies)
The second to last one has actually proved to be incorrect. Apparently, quoting a documentary I saw, Black-Holes actually appear all the time and mostly everywhere, it's just that the matter that forms them is so small and compact that you literally cannot notice it right in front of you (Not only that, but it's gone faster than it can affect anything)

But such an equation would mean that we would constantly lose even our own memories and history, and that is simply incorrect (I mean...as far as I can remember).
User avatar #8 to #7 - etiology (10/03/2013) [-]
That's actually pretty interesting. It almost makes me think that the key to solving Alzheimer's is discovering that mind is filled with miniature black holes robbing one of their memories, and doctors just aren't looking in right places for a cure.
User avatar #193 - Mandible (10/04/2013) [+] (7 replies)
Information entering a black hole is NOT lost forever......look it up sheesh
User avatar #189 - checkandmate (10/04/2013) [-]
"The faster you move, the heavier you get"


Having a lot of energy is NOT like being heavier. In space, being heavy means nothing unless you are massive enough to create a strong gravitational field. But having lots of energy in space DOES mean something, even if you are a tiny particle.
User avatar #131 - niggastolemyname (10/04/2013) [+] (9 replies)
E=MC^2 isn't the entire euqation
#117 - blacklightsun (10/04/2013) [-]
Travel INSIDE a Black Hole Relevant
#178 - theronj (10/04/2013) [-]
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#165 - bouncingbananas (10/04/2013) [-]
S= [C^3 K A] / 4HG

Incorrect - Information entering a black hole is not lost forever, it is found at the horizon and is expelled as the blackhole evaporates - Leonard Susskind, The Blackhole War
#160 - funkyrednipples (10/04/2013) [+] (3 replies)
The faster you move.   
The heavier you get?
The faster you move.
The heavier you get?
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