CorruptUser wrote:I take all the pennies and use them as parameters of the Ackermann function.
There pile is now located in a galaxy-wide black hole.
Actually that would produce a black hole vastly larger than the observable universe, if such things could even exist. Actually g1
pennies would produce a black hole vastly larger than the observable universe too, and g1
is tiny by comparison.
Indeed, in such an unimaginably large black hole, there should be entire areas much larger than the observable universe which are sufficiently far from the center of the black hole itself such that tidal forces are virtually undetectable yet still within the event horizon, indeed, we could be in such a situation now, and we could even say that this is how the thread really started!
I take the IOU.
I leave a penny.There is now 1 penny in the pile.