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Date Signed Up:5/01/2010
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#2 - Hey can you help me solve my homework? Yeah, the question a…  [+] (3 replies) 10/01/2010 on SheldonCooper's profile 0
#3 - SheldonCooper (10/01/2010) [-]
Where S is the entropy, c is the speed of light, k is Boltzmann's constant, A is the surface area of the event horizon, h-bar is the reduced Planck's Constant and G is the gravitational constant.
#5 - kasparovnutter (10/01/2010) [-]
Oh sorry, not making myself clear;
How do you get the dimensions for an object IN the black hole?

lol thanks anyway.
#6 - SheldonCooper (10/02/2010) [-]
Actually, the dimensions of a black hole are indeed complicated due to the effects of the strong gravitational force. Inside the black hole, time becomes a "dimension," giving rise to the 4-dimensional term we are familiar with, space-time.
However, nobody really knows how many dimensions make up the universe-this is still a very exciting field of research. It turns out that black holes may be able to provide clues to help astronomers estimate the number of dimensons that make up the universe, sincethese extra dimensions are only "felt" during very energetic processes such as inside a black hole. In fact, there are several experiments searching for clues to the extra dimensions both at particle accelerators and with high energy cosmic rays.
#67 - I wish my grandma was like that :(  [+] (2 replies) 10/01/2010 on Best grandma ever. +1
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#94 - trevcars (10/01/2010) [-]
me too, unfortunately mine just sits on her chair each day, sipping invisible tea from an invisible cup, laughing at a Tv that is turned off. :/
#133 - kasparovnutter (10/01/2010) [-]
She's watching Candle Cove. Remember that show?
#4 - :D 09/29/2010 on kasparovnutter's profile 0
#30 - Dear sir, The aforementioned donated Turkish artifact was …  [+] (1 reply) 09/29/2010 on FezesAreCool's profile 0
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#31 - FezesAreCool (09/29/2010) [-]
Sorry, Time travel, messes with the head.
Here I left a note this time inside the hat that
will tell me not to take it. I do hope all is fixed.