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November 27th, 2016, 09:17 AM   #1
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Stars and Black holes

Supposing Rationals are stars, and Irrationals are black holes...

Find a relation between stars and black holes...
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Supposing Rationals are stars, and Irrationals are black holes...

Find a relation between stars and black holes...
T'was brillig and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble in the wabe. All mimsy were the borogoves and the mome raths outgrabe."

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black hole eating star ... yumm!

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So the irrational eat the rational? Sounds like the zombie apocalypse.

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Supposing Rationals are stars, and Irrationals are black holes...

Find a relation between stars and black holes...
Black holes are dead stars, right? Then, irrationals are dead rationals? I wonder what rational corpses make pi and phi.
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Black holes are inverted stars, so irrationals are inverted rationals - in a certain sense ...
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We always need to stick a label to thinks,

both stars and black holes... are simple different behavior of the same energy...

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This is a new phenomenon and as per my point of view both are totally different. Some of these type questions are still unproven or perhaps it will discover new physics.
A relation between stars and black holes is only that they are of same energy.
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So the irrational eat the rational? Sounds like the zombie apocalypse.

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Or US politics for the 35 years
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