Started by dedgren, December 20, 2006, 07:57:49 PM
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Quote from: mightygoose on October 29, 2007, 09:04:01 PMi think its quite easily explainable. you see with such a large region, comes great mass, similiar in fact to a galaxy in SC4 terms, what has happened here is merely the same as what happens in the centre of a galaxy, a black hole, its existence in fact may be key to holding the region together, but as a side note its effects on time and space would explain the apparent oddity in the timeline displaying the ast as the present as no light can escape from within the event horizon, thus showing the image of the black holes inception. to correct one must wait for the hole to evaporate by thermodynamic means after sufficient hawking radiation has been emitted(a requirement to conserve entropy). in this context having experienced such a problem myself also, to rectify the hole without the several million year wait one can as shadow pointed out open then close the affected region of space to trigger an instantaneous collapse of the singularity, return spacetime to a normal and far less interesting state
QuoteBesides, I didn't know this kinda stuff was applicable to 3RR, since 3RR has gone above and beyond the real world.
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