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### Author Topic: Is there a relationship between G and the unit sphere?  (Read 695 times)

#### jeffreyH

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##### Is there a relationship between G and the unit sphere?
« on: 19/01/2016 22:03:04 »
In playing around with the calculation of the surface area of a Planck mass event horizon I thought that there may be a connection between the gravitational constant and the surface area of the unit sphere. I just don't know if this is over simplifying things.

#### Space Flow

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##### Re: Is there a relationship between G and the unit sphere?
« Reply #1 on: 20/01/2016 02:11:31 »
Very hard to get one's head around a Planck mass event Horizon...
Or even under what circumstances such a thing could be possible in this Universe.
The way to reduce a planck mass to within it's own event horizon may be mathematically describable, but we should remember that mathematics is a language that can be used to describe reality. As a language it can also be used to describe fairy tales. Reality is the judge of what mathematics is relevant and what is flight of fancy.

Mathematics is a language not reality.

#### alysdexia

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##### Re: Is there a relationship between G and the unit sphere?
« Reply #2 on: 20/01/2016 06:33:12 »

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#### Space Flow

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##### Re: Is there a relationship between G and the unit sphere?
« Reply #3 on: 20/01/2016 07:50:00 »
Learn how to spell its, Space Flow.
Got it thanks..

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##### Re: Is there a relationship between G and the unit sphere?
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