Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Orionaut, May 13, 2020.
Just come across this.
Wow! I want one!
The hilarity is that they think the motor will last long enough to make that happen. Gearing works in reverse too, so the reversed effect of the last gear trying to turn (or probably even the 10th gear) will stop the motor.
Nobody thinks it will last that long. It is nothing more than a visual representation.
I wanna see the same thing but in reverse.
you turn one cog like a milimetre and the cog at the far end turns at the speed of light, breaks physics, creates a black hole and before you know it someones posted a queen wasps nest through the letter box in your atic, I know because my dad kills them for a living.
how much force would it take to turn the the final cog?
Well meme’d, my dude!
So come back to youtube in a couple billion x10^1000 years to see the short sped up version ?
Also why isn't this a live stream ?
Also why ?
because watching pitch fall is more exciting(there is actually a live stream of this)
Here's 3 years ofd that condensed in to less than a minute.
the sheer exhilaration and excitement can not be contained
But could it move a mountain?
That is not more exciting! that is just a **** lava lamp.
lame but atleast it seems I was right about it going faster than the speed of light if there was enough energy in the universe to turn it and it didn't break or wear out first
this is 100% better
I was just about to post that Lego one - The reduction rate is huge -how many zeros has that got. I just tried to count them and think it's around 50 - my eyes went funny after a bit.
Erm.... it’s just over 1 googol. That’s where the idea for the name comes from
I have never heard of a googol - Joys of living on a pensioners estate.
There's a video on youtube of him trying to turn the last cog. The video flashes white, and a gucci belt appears on his table.
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