Monday, June 17, 2013

I Need To Find The Event Horizon

...for my office.

Shouldn't be too hard to find the Swarzchild Radius...
r_\mathrm{s} = \frac{2Gm}{c^2},
r_s\! is the Schwarzschild radius;
G\! is the gravitational constant;
m\! is the mass of the object;
c\! is the speed of light in vacuum.
The proportionality constant, 2G/c2, is approximately 1.48×10−27 m/kg, or 2.95 km/solar mass.
An object of any density can be large enough to fall within its own Schwarzschild radius,
V_s \propto \rho^{-3/2},
V_s\! = \frac{4 \pi}{3} r_\mathrm{s}^3 is the volume of the object;
\rho\! = \frac{ m }{ V_s\! } is its density.
"Why?" I hear you asking...

Because weird shit keeps accumulating inside my office.

To wit:
The NASA Surveyor 2 probe, supposedly crashed south of the Copernicus crater on the moon September 20 of 1966, has mysteriously appeared in my office.

WTF, man?



Old NFO said...

LOL, moar antennas... You're going to be wired for sound literally...

It wasn't Me said...

I have turned my work office into storage and I just stay in the lab.