Yakk wrote:Negative "distances" show up in relativity:
nicomon wrote:Yakk wrote:Negative "distances" show up in relativity:
https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/ ... wski_space
This. A couple years ago I had an obsession with figuring out how time travel would work(which obviously it didn't...), and these "crazy numbers" came up a lot, especially when I tried to calculate the math of going forwards in time.(The math of going into the past is a lot simpler...)
Gear wrote:I'm not sure if it would be possible to constantly eat enough chocolate to maintain raptor toxicity without killing oneself.
Magnanimous wrote:The potassium in my body is emitting small amounts of gamma rays, so I consider myself to have nuclear arms. Don't make me hug you.
eSOANEM wrote:What about complex-crazy numbers of the form a+bc+di where a is the real part, b the crazy part and d the imaginary part. Would they have any interesting properties? What would their absolute value be, or their square (generally of course)?
ameretrifle wrote:Magic space feudalism is therefore a viable idea.
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