# Re: Sneak Peaks at some January 2008 new anime series

On Thu, 20 Dec 2007 13:19:05 -0500, Tank
<no_Tank_spam_252ca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Galen will have to explain what an unpure even number is though. ;-)

An Impure Number has dimension,
whereas Pure Numbers are dimensionless;
for example: 32F = 0C. 32F and 0C are both impure numbers.
-273.15C = 0

While I'm here, suppose we took 1000 solar masses of high
density matter pellets to an empty universe and arranged
them in a perfect spherical (S2) distribution. Inside the sphere
we place a clock; outside the sphere is a second clock.
Inside the sphere there is no gravitional *force* because it all
balances; however, the clock will run slower because of the
gravitational *field*. Therefore, light inside the sphere cannot
travel as fast as light outside the sphere, and so the internal

After the first tick of the clocks, the masses
begin to fall together, contracting the sphere, intensifying the
gravitational field, and causing the inside clock to run slower.
At some point prior to the external radius reaching zero,
the gravitational field will become sufficiently strong to
stop time completely, setting length to zero, and thus
increasing the internal volume to infinity.
I conjecture that this is the force driving the expansion
of our universe. That's why the observations show that
space itself is expanding.

-Galen
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