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Which would win?
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ur mom
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the word vs
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>>109033389
Assuming the Titan is incredibly slow, the crows would win assuming they were ravenously eating the titan, despite the insanely high heat

If they forced him to go into human mode its GG, but the likely hood of colossal titan being able to kill any crows due to his speed is low.

Of course, you have to assume crows are going to die from the steam, but a googplex is a shitload.

I give it to the crows
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The observable universe can't store a googolplex of anything.
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>>109033389
googolplex is big, aren't we potentially getting into the crow-formed supermassive black hole at this point?
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>>109033465
Wouldent the big ass ball of crows push the titan into space. And they don't need oxygyn to live so I think he'd win.
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>>109033465
The steam would melt them before they ever damaged him though. When he turns that shit on full it made it so a full platoon couldn't even get near him without immediately dying.
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>>109033492
>crows win by default because the colossal titan cant fit in the universe
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>>109033492
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>>109033389
http://what-if.xkcd.com/99/
Next time go to /sci/
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>>109033389
Poor Bert.

I just imagine him crying putting up his arms while feebly trying to run away on his goofy stumps.
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>>109033389
Why even ask? Do you have any idea how much a Googolplex is? There even that many particles in the universe and if you had that many crows in such a small area it would form a blackhole at the very least.
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>>109033492
The universe in infinite, you dont have to see all of the crows for them to exist
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>>109028136
samefag
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>>109033534
yeah, but I don't think he can leave the steam on forever. He get tried eventually and then the crow goes in for the kill.
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>>109033610
There isn't even*
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A googolplex is so many crows that if the steam melted all of them, the titan would just become encased in and drown in melted crows.
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>>109033621
>The universe in infinite
I hate this so much. Where is the proof? Do they know what infinite is?
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>>109033610
>There even that many particles in the universe
[citation needed]

>>109033621
>The universe in infinite
[citation needed]
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>>109033389
Nobody wins because a googolplex of crows would have have 25 orders of magnitude more mass than the mass of the Earth, and the new gravitational interactions fuck everyone over.
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>>109033667
They know it's expanding.
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I just want to know what you find when you get to the edge of the universe if there is one.
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>>109033653
He would be crushed by all the melted crow goo. Even assuming 90% was burnt away 10% of a googolplex grows will have it's own gravity.
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>>109033757
A brick wall and a big, mean dog.
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>>109033757
You don't fucking find anything because it doesn't exist yet?

At least that's what a dumb layman like me would expect, I'm not fucking physicist.
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Universe collapse, so it's a tie, I guess
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>>109033814
Depends how rulings for suicide moves go, sometimes it's a win for the person enacting the move.

So either crows win or tie.
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Jesus fucking Christ, at least skim the wikipedia article on cosmology or something.

Anyway, yeah, a googolplex is a fuckton of the biggest fucktons you can imagine; this question is ridiculous. That many crows would utterly destroy just about any fictional character other than Demonbane with their mere physical presence.
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>>109033795
Well, if it doesn't exist, what IS out there? What IS even the universe?
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>>109033879
>other than Demonband
>implying that a googolplex of crows isn't a Demonbane in and of itself.
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>>109033757

The universe is a sphere, dude
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Can Onepunch Man beat a googolplex light years tall giant?
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>>109033910
Salty bags of sand and coins.
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>>109033917
>whats at the edge of the universe anon
>spheres have no edges
Fuck why is this so funny.
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For anyone who does not know how crows that is:

You know those science gifs that show the sun next to a huge star, and that star next to an even more massive one? Imagine at the end of that gif seeing the most ginormous star of them all, but next to it appears a star that completely dwarfed it a hundred times over.

And that star was composed entirely out of crows.

I don't give a fuck what kind of titan you are but that's way too many goddamn crows.
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10 seconds in and I already love this fucking thread.
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>>109033910
Let this soak in for a bit.
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>>109033978

I mean you would just circle back on yourself. Can you go off the edge of the earth?
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Who would win, 1 googolplex of crows or two googolplex of field mice?
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>>109033910
>No matter how fast I swing, I can never travel outside this loop! Maybe space outside it doesn't exist! But I bet it does. This tire came from somewhere."
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>>109034017
Finally, someone is asking the real questions.
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>>109033986
In other words, it's VERY crows.
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>>109033986
Not even. There are only about 10^80 atoms in the universe. A google is 10^100. A googleplex is 10^google. It's a number inconceivable larger than anything used in everyday notation.
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How about this:
Who would win? A thousand crow-sized colossal titans, or one colossal titan-sized crow?
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Isn't it called a murder of crows?
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>>109034084
Titans. They have regeneration, and numbers. Plus, what would the crow do? Eat them? At that size, it would be swallowing them whole, and that's not going to end well.
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>>109034084

Crow can fly. gg titans
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>>109034083
>in the observable universe
FTFY
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Who would win? A googolplex of Chaos Emperor Dragon or 1 Demonbane?
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>>109034013
You can go up by escaping it's gravitational pull.

The fact that you can go back to where you were before is not a property unique to a sphere.
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>>109034121
>they have regeneration
yeah, you can cut of their arm and they'll be fine
but if you crush them completely, they're destroyed
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>>109034169
Neither because you're only allowed 60 cards in a deck and Demonbane isn't a real card, so they're both disqualified.
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>>109034092
Where's that damn simpsons clip when I need it?
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>>109034169
Demonbane would just summon 2 googleplex of Effect Veilers.
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>>109033697
http://www.universetoday.com/36302/atoms-in-the-universe/
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>>109033492

Maybe a googolplex of planck length strings.

A googol of crows would suffice.
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Who would win? A googolplex of JOHJ or 10 googolplex of titans?
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>>109033492
how would you know?
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>>109033667
Simple googling and knowing how to recognize legit sources instead of flocking to wikipedia will tell you
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>>109034239
>summoning veilers
Demonbane sucks at children's card games.
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>>109033492
yeah well, and titans would collapse under their own weight due to the square cube law in an earth-like planet
what i mean to say is go fuck yoself nigga
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>>109034241
>We’ve added the word ‘observable’ because we realize that there are really many things to discover about the entire universe so, basically, that range back there is only an estimate
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>>109033492
how would they know?
where they there?
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Why is Steinhaus–Moser notation so cool?
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>>109033389
>flock spawns
>massive displacement of air
>flock falls to ground
>creates massive crater
>inside of flock cooks alive
>wing flapping superheats atmosphere
>everyone loses
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>>109034286
Please tell me you're not actually this retarded.
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>>109034373
It wouldn't even be a displacement issue anymore, the crows would form their own celestial body(s).
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>>109034286

Because Carl Sagan said so, fool.
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>>109034383
no proof
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>>109034383
Please tell me you're not retarded enough to confuse the number of atoms with area.
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>>109034366
>drawing shapes
>cool
What is this, elementary school? Knuth's is clearly the superior notation.
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>>109034373
why does the prospect of a 10,000 degree crow core fueled by the friction of wings...and then the burning of bodies and then nuclear fusion mmake me laugh so fucking hard
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A million Titans vs Accelerator. Who wins?
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>>109034471
No he didn't.
Oh and filtered.
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>>109034523
Accelerator. Titans are bounded by PHYSICS.
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>>109034518
The scenario is so stupid and impossible it's hard not to.
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>>109034523
Titans can't do shit to Accel. He could even eat them to avoid death by starvation. He could also easily avoid suffocation.

The only way for Titans to beat Accel would be if one of them just happened to have some terrible deadly Titan disease and it sneezed and some germs got in Accel's system and fucked him up for the Titans.
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How to kill the flash
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>>109034704
>death existing in a comic book universe

He already outran Death, how can he die?
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>1 crow= 0.6kg
>sun= 2x10^30 kg
>1 googol crows = 6x10^99 kg
>1 googolplex = does-it-really-fucking-matter?

Pretty sure a crow-fueled supermassive sun would kill a titan assuming it even forms a sun
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That many crows could probably end the universe. Just think of that. So many fucking birds existing that it ends everything. Imagine how filthy your car would get
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The Flash can beat a googolplex and beyond of anything and everything
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>>109034704
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>>109034762
I imagine that, at least in DC, Dr. Manhattan could kill him.
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>>109034762
>>109034772

>muh speed force
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>>109034667
Just instant black mass that starts imploding...caw caw....accelerating inwards and panic sets in... caw caw. Core starts getting white hot caw caw caw......superheated crow magma bursts through the crow crust and sends the surface crows ablaze into orbit around thr crow planet CAW CAW
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>>109034772
A googolplex of EGD that copies Flash's Speed Force.
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>>109034704
A googolplex of crows.
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>>109034842
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Holy fuck this thread is great
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>>109034843
Once you gain the Speed Force's powers you become the Speed Force and so the googolplex of EGD would just be an extension of the Flash meaning there wouldn't be a fight in the first place
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>>109033915
that spoiler made me laugh harder than any spoiler text on 4chan i can remember
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>>109034704
Kizaru would kill him.
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>>109033492
>>109033610
>>109033698
>>109033814
>>109033879
>>109033986
>>109034766
You can't possibly go more retard that this.

99999999 googolplex of Elder God Demonbane VS 99999999 googolplex of Elder God Demonbane that have all obtained Omnicompetence and can simultaneously launch a supernova in all periods of time.

There has to be a point where you can completely fucking break everything to the point where absolutely nothing can fix it.
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>>109034362
It's still less then a googoleplex
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>>109035321
a googolplexian demonbane, step it up
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>>109035321
I'm pretty sure it was reached at the googolplex of crows, anon.
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>>109034083
So a more accurate comparison would be a completely different universe the same size of ours, but every single square inch is just crow galaxies and crow nebulas all made out of crows.
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I know that OP's been told that he's retarded enough and that this is a no brainer fight, but I wanted to throw in my two cents anyway.
A googol is a one with 100 zeros behind it which looks like:
(system thought it was spam) , but can be written as 10^100. A googolplex is 10^10^100 or 10^googol which is 10x10 one googol times.
Writing a googolplex has been theorized to be physically impossible as it would take someone writing two digits every second 1.51x(10^92) years to write a googolplex.
As for the size, it has been theorized that if you filled the observable universe with sand, the number of grains of sand would not equal a googolplex.
So assuming that one did manage to gather a googolplex of crows, they would probably collapse together and form a massive blackhole the likes of which has never been seen in the universe and would ultimately swallow it whole.
TL;DR: Crows destroy the universe, Colossal Titan gets BTFO'd
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Thanks guys you reminded me to read the new Assassination Classroom chapters.
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http://what-if.xkcd.com/99/
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>>109034012
>it would take thousands (25,000) years to make it to just the center of this one galaxy, which has billions of planets and stars in it.
>There are billions of other galaxies out there, each with billions of planets and stars.

Why the fuck did we ever evole well enough to ponder this sort of shit? It just makes you depressed.

This solar system will expire in just 5 or so billion years, destroying all of the planets around it. Everything that was humanity and all of its achievements will be gone in the blink of an eye. And the universe will continue on for like trillions more years afterward.
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>>109035830
That's why we're supposed to aim to leave this rock, you dolt.
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>>109033917
>The universe is a sphere, dude
No, it isn't.. It's more like a funnel.
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>>109035830
>Forgot to mention that the 25000 years it would take is us traveling at lightspeed.

>>109035872
Doesn't matter where we go, eventually the whole universe will expire anyway. Humanity will be finished long before then of course.
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The crows would annihilate the titan with their gravitational pull.

These crows would not only destroy the titan and the earth but also the solar system.
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>>109035954
>eventually the whole universe will expire anyway
That's a bridge we'll cross when we get there.

I refuse to believe that there isn't enough time between now and the heat death of the universe to think up a solution.
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>>109036089
You can't beat entropy unless you can violate the laws of thermodynamics.
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>>109035954
>being this pessimistic
We got this far in 10,000 years, I give us 10,000 and we'll be galaxy hopping like it's nothing.
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>>109036130
Then let us thoroughly test whether such a thing is possible.
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>>109036177
>humanity is gonna survive another 10,000 years.

We've basically dismantled our space programs as we destroy this planet bit by bit. We wont put our all into it again until its too late. All of humanity has to work together if we want to survive, but our nature makes that impossible.
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>>109036089
Heat death? At the rate that we're losing energy, coupled with the fact that the galaxies are moving away from each other at insane speeds, the universe is more likely to end in cold and dark and filled with blackholes
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>>109036130
I'm sure our spacefaring successors will figure out a way to violate thermodynamics in every metaphorical orifice possible eventually.

That, or make like this banana here and evolve into a spanking new metaphysical existence.

But first to leave Earth to buy time for any of this to happen.

>>109036286
That is exactly what the heat death of the universe involves, anon.
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>>109034944
Wanna make a contract?
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>>109036088
And the galaxy... and then the entire observable universe and probably even more than that.
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>>109036286
Blaackholes evaporate. Heat death doesn't mean that the entire universe is enveloped in fire or whatever you're imagining. That is possible the universe could end that way though.

When someone says heat death they mean there is no energy left in the universe.
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>>109036089
>>eventually the whole universe will expire anyway
>That's a bridge we'll cross when we get there.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNQvLECht08
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>>109036130

well if White Holes are really a sustainable thing (look them up we've seen one case of them) then this universe will be effectively infinite.
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>>109033707
And? 3, 5, 7 are prime, so by induction, all odd numbers are prime. Both don't look like a sound argument.
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>>109036459
Of course. The white saves everything again, while the black just ruins everything.

Shit Tyrone, get it together!
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>>109033621
Anon specifically said OBSERVABLE universe, you mongoloid
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>>109033389
Fook ya 'n' ya fookin croows, Jon Snoo!
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>>109036642
>>>/tv/
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>>109036429
>Blackholes evaporate

You're blowing my mind here, dude
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Aight, every person in here that thinks the universe is infinite imagine this: In an infinite universe everything that is possible must happen an infinite times an infinite amount of time. So If the universe is infinite somewhere out there right now in a space that is as big as a googolplex and filled with oxygen there is a fight like the one OP mentioned happening.
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>>109036684
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawking_radiation
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>>109036693
> that thinks the universe is infinite imagine this: In an infinite universe everything that is possible must happen an infinite times an infinite amount of time.
>implying 1/(infinity) x (infinity) = 1
>1/2 times 2 = 2 so if I flip a coin twice I'll definitely get heads
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>>109036693
Holy shit. You're right.

Run, Bert!!! Run!!! Don't let Crow-Unicron surround you! Shield your eyes, Bert! Sweat like you've never swat before!
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>>109036429
>When someone says heat death they mean there is no energy left in the universe.
Not quite, since energy can't be destroyed. To the best of my knowledge, it describes a scenario in which energy and matter are dispersed uniformly, the arrangement with the highest possible entropy. A 'cold soup' or something.
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>>109036693
>Aight, every person in here that thinks the universe is infinite
No. It's just one retard.

Infinite doesn't exist.
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>>109033389
Beatrice would win.

It's magic, we aint gonna explain shit.
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>>109033534
Its not like a fuckin' videogame where it does X damage in an AoE. Heat has limits. Lets assume he heats the steam to like, fuckin' 800 degrees, enough to kill anything alive pretty fast. Each crow that gets heated up saps the heat out of the steam. The same way ice can make hot air cold, the billions of billions of billions of billions of crows would soak up all the heat, and yeah trillions of them would be dying per second, but a googleplex is an absurdly high number. We may as well be talking about infinity here. The crows win easy.
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>>109036814
If I understand you correctly, and I don't, that is fucking horrifying.
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I know it's been said a bunch already, but crows win by default, if by default, you mean breaking reality as we (think we) know it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GEebx72-qs
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>>109036779

thats assuming that the ball of oxygen just doesnt decide to fuck everything inside of it and fuse together

Also Pure Oxygen is really bad for living things (its very corrosive, and very volitile) so any errant stray spark would create a huge space explosion
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Could a googolplex of crows stop Instrumentality?
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>>109036089
>I refuse to believe that there isn't enough time between now and the heat death of the universe to think up a solution.
What if it's not ethical?
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>>109036830
Those crows would put off more heat than the hottest star. The heat from the friction as every atom in the crows is compacted would be immense.

The titan has no chance. It's over in a split second. If it happens on earth you won't even realize that you just died. You'll be dead with the titan.
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>>109033389
Crows are smart enough to stay away from a slab of meat that dissolves immediately and offers no nutritional value
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>>109036986
It is, isn't it? The idea that our knowledge of physics suggests that the universe will tend towards a quiet, still end regardless of whatever we do.

I think we'll do something about it though.

>>109037043
It'd probably cause it.

>>109037097
If there's no choice then I'd say do it anyway, until you can find another way. The people who can outlast it can judge if it was ethical or not.

Maybe that's what Kyubey was doing all along.
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>>109037097
I'd gander preventing the heat death would take precedence over being ethical, even in the general public.
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>>109037150
Their mere gravity would instantly collapse them into a black hole or, hell, at that point physics might simply just break down.
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I like it when /sci/ visits. It's way better than when /pol/ or /int/ materializes within a thread.
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>>109036814

basically, a better way to word it is that theres no more free energy to use, its the time when the universe reaches thermodynamic equilibrium.

BUT like how >>109036459 said

if White Holes are real (theoretically they are, we just can't really see them unless we are REALLY lucky at how they move through space/time which causes that one case we THINK we saw oneis being so hotly contested) then that means that this universe is not a closed system and energy is being brought in from somewhere else possibly from the fuckery known as quantum mechanics, or from some place where this universe/plane is situated in. or it could literally be from NOTHING.

TL:DR if white holes exist they are the polar opposites of Black Holes in that they Generate energy ifrom a singularity instead of compressing it into a single point
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>>109037043

I'm pretty sure a googolplex of crows would put a stop to everything
sshhh no tears only crows now
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>>109037254
A super massive black hole isn't even comparable to these crows. The mass of the crows would be orders of magnitude greater than all the observed super massive black holes in the observable universe.
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A googleplex of crows or Jackie chan in a ladder shop holding a baby demonbane?
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>>109037401
That's actually putting it lightly. Their mass would be ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE higher than the mass of the entire observable universe.
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>>109037246
>I think we'll do something about it though.

Nah man there has to be an end game. If the stopwatch won't eventually tick down to zero then what's the point? Plus everything drifting into its own separate corner until all energy in the universe dissipates into a stand still is a good enough send off in my opinion.

Also
>/a/-theoretical physics and cosmology
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>>109037439
Even the ladder is crows at this point.
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>>109037285
>this universe is not a closed system and energy is being brought in from somewhere else
The universe is the most mysterious and scary thing ever and I live in it.
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>>109037463

Is jackie a ladder?
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>>109037401

im pretty certain even with all the mass of the universe vs a googolplex of crows the crows would still come out in top theres not enough matter to fight a googolplex
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>>109033389
All empty space in the entire universe would be filled with crows. This would kill both the Colossal Titan as well as all of the crows. As long as one of the googolplex crows can manage to survive longer than Ernie, this one goes to the crows.
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>>109037463
Pretty much >>109037275
At least we've learned the magic word to instantly summon /sci/.
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>>109036693
>In an infinite universe everything that is possible must happen an infinite times an infinite amount of time.
Wrong. If the universe is infinite that doesn't necessarily mean there is also an infinite amount of matter to fill it, and even if there was there are an infinite number of perfectly valid ways that infinite matter could fill the infinite universe that would not result in "everything possible happening". It COULD be true, but to say it MUST be true is ludicrous.
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>>109037285
universes could be the interiors of black holes in which case energy would be coming in from matter being sucked in from outside, in a much larger scale universe than ours.
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>>109037494
>>109037463
>>109037439

If Jackie is a ladder and ladders and crows then did Jackie ever exist in the first place since hr himself is a ladder crow?
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>>109037483

the Universe is really the truest form of an Eldritch Horror.
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>>109037450
That's an interesting way to see it.

Personally I'd like to see someone, anyone, going in for the long haul and lasting as bloody well long as they can. It doesn't matter if it's not humanity, though I expect it will be, I just want people to go at the odds and keep winning.

I guess we won't be the ones making that decision, though.
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>>109037483
Yep. Isn't it exciting?
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>>109033389
You only need enough crows to block the sunlight hitting the titan and a few other to eat it or its user.
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>>109037560

Is the universe a really big crow?
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What if everything already is miniature crows?

What if every atom is made up of miniature crows, but we just don't perceive them as that?
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>>109037538
Whoops, meant to quote >>109037450
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>>109037538
>Jobs in the same picture as Einstein
No
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>>109037615

Just in case you need to summon /g/ AND /sci/ in one swift move.
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>>109037565

well i hate to sound like a HFY *Humanity Fuck Yeah* when shit is "this is the final stage" humans are all "yeah nah fuck that we can do better."

i mean look powered flight and motherfucking space missions go back 100 years and say we have humans living in space for months at a time you'd be called crazy, go back 200 years and sa we will fly like birds you'd be called a lunatic
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>>109037603
>NEWLY PROPOSED CROW THEORY SHAKES FOUNDATIONS OF QUANTUM PHYSICS
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Wait a second if a googleplex of crows is the universe then what stop the crows from creating a separate reality which the crows are jackie chan ladders?
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Why don't they just breed crows to kill titans?
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>>109037560
The universe is the shadow cast by Orz.
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/a/, /sci/, and /g/ stop; you're drunk.
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>>109037707

Because the titan is a crow, it wouldnt work
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>>109037746
Wait, when did /g/ get here? Was it 2D Jobs? Did somebody mention Gentoo?
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>>109037603
I say we take this further. What's smaller than an atom? Electrons? Protons? Quarks?
Perhaps at the center of every sub-atomic particle, there is an entire universe. However, this universe doesn't work like ours at all.

Yes, each universe at the center of every subatomic particle, is composed entirely of crows, in an environment which allows the entire googolplex of them to survive, constantly flapping, forever.
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>>109037828
You blew it.
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>>109037540
It is not. There is a finite amount of ways to arrange atoms and a finite way of how those atoms react, and if you multiply one with the other you still won't reach an infinity. From that you are able to deduct that in an infinite universe everything possible must happen right at this exact moment an infinite times.
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>>109037947
ME-tan is still the cutest by far, I see.
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ITT: /a/ tries to physics.
As a mathematician I laugh at how jobless I am, but I do agree that "the Universe is infinite" is bullshit.
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>>109033389
>needing a googleplex
Just get one with three legs.
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>>109037942

So what you're saying is, were all crows.

So then the titan does not theoretically exist because its a crow
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>>109038023
Last pic.
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>>109036818
What if the crows were magical as well? I mean, how else would there have been so many crows?
They are actually Demonbane
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>>109038046
What happened to your "300k starting"?
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>>109038099

No demon bane is the physical entity of all the theoretical universe crows condensed into a existential crow
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>>109038046
I thought the laughable joblessness was restricted to us laughably pathetic English majors.
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>>109037947
>excerpt from "The Haunted Dolls' House"
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It hasn't even begun.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boltzmann_brain
http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg21929333.200-death-by-higgs-rids-cosmos-of-space-brain-threat.html
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>>109037966
>There is a finite amount of ways to arrange atoms and a finite way of how those atoms react
Not in an infinite universe. If you can state the universe as being infinite you can do the same with the matter in it. The bigger your universe is the more ways you can arrange the matter. Why can an infinite universe not contain an infinite number of crows and nothing else? This, of course, still leaves unexplained why an infinite universe implies an infinite amount of matter.
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>>109038084
>C
>Gorgeous, sophisticated, probably himedere.
Okay.
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>>109038084
What. Shouldn't Perl and C be switched?
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>>109038084
I lied.
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>>109038056
Get that little faggot out of my face.
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>>109033492

What about a googolplex of bytes?
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>>109038178
Why is it a paradox? And why is it called a threat?
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>>109037097
Still cute. Don't care what you whiteknights say.
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>>109038046
you're obviously doing something wrong since you don't have a 300k starting job
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>>109037947
>>109038023
>>109038084
>>109038240
Needs more android ears.
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>>109036089
INSUFFICIENT DATA FOR MEANINGFUL ANSWER
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>>109038348
Always needs more robot ears.

ROBOT EARS FOR EVERYONE!
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But what if Titan was not the kill?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQoRXhS7vlU
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>>109033589
>http://what-if.xkcd.com/99/
It doesn't say how many.
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>You will never be immortal to see the mysteries of the universe
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>>109038565
>It's still just as scary and creepy as it always was
It's too late in the night for this.
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>>109038576
Immortality couldn't even let you see the mysteries of the universe. Human life, maybe, but not the entire universe.

You'd have to be God.
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>>109038650
How do you know?
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>>109037275
I agree. /k/ is fun too. Feel free to come hang out anytime, bros.
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>>109038666
Done it before.
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>>109033986
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CXNa_m52r0

SO would it still be bigger than him?
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>>109038666
Because he's god.
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What about a Graham's number of crows?
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>>109038745
Yes, if you were to imagine all the crows at once you probably wouldn't be able to have that robot on the image at all as it would be too small.
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>>109038745
Much, much, much bigger, apparently. It would dwarf the TTGL as you dwarf a single electron, more or less.
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>>109038084
R A BEST
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>>109038825
It would be 1000 times bigger than the difference between the smallest and largest in that comparison.
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>>109038565
Fuck you man, listening to this was too scary, now I can't go downstairs to get some kool-aid and I'm thirsty and black.
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>>109038824
How about no?
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>>109038824
How big is Graham's number?
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>>109035954
>Doesn't matter where we go, eventually the whole universe will expire anyway. Humanity will be finished long before then of course.
Humanity will survive.
We will find a way to survive, that's what every life have been doing since the first life appeared on Earth.
Hell, we might stand a chance of surviving since if the universe is dying, we would go all out on research.
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>>109038893
>>109038619
Now /x/ is here!
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>>109038824
>Graham's number
Why do these things have to exist?
I'm getting grey hairs just from thinking about it.
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>>109038898
If every atom in the universe could count and counted up "a googolplex to the power of a googolplex to the power of a goolgoolplex..." from now until the heat death of the universe and multiplied all their totals together, it wouldn't even be 1/googolplex.
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>>109033389
b-but that's more crows than anything ever
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>>109038979
>it wouldn't even be 1/googolplex.
Of Graham's number that is.
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I can't stop laughing at this thread.
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>>109038979
>>109039012
I think the Titan would die just attempting to fathom how many of them there are.
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>In the PBS science program Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, Episode 9: "The Lives of the Stars", astronomer and television personality Carl Sagan estimated that writing a googolplex in standard form (i.e., "10,000,000,000...") would be physically impossible, since doing so would require more space than is available in the known universe.
you can't even write that shit
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>>109038898
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>>109039103
>Writing the number takes too long: if a person can write two digits per second, then writing a googolplex would take around about 1.51×1092 years, which is about 1.1×1082 times the age of the universe

>A typical book can be printed with 106 zeros (around 400 pages with 50 lines per page and 50 zeros per line). Therefore it requires 1094 such books to print all zeros of googolplex.

Oy.
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>>109033389
I got a better one OP.

A googolplexplex of crows vs. Colossal Titan.
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Would you rather have a time machine, or have some kind of mix of Omnipresence and Omniscience that allows you the view everything in the universe, but still be affected by time and your current lifespan?

Basically, would you rather be able to travel through time, or be able to see all the mysteries and secrets of the current universe?
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>Googolplex
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I just realized why Google's headquarters are called Googleplex.
>dead_slowpoke.png.exe.tiff.wav.cue.iso.srt
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>>109039378
>become omniscient
>now I know how to become immortal and how to build a time machine
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>>109039429
Ahh,I should have clarified a bit better.
The Omnipresence and Omniscience only allows you to see the entire universe. Nothing more than that. It's limited.
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>>109036818
According to Umineko you DO have to explain it

Magic is only possible if it can be done by the person themselves
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>>109039516
>Limited
It's not omniscient then, just omnipresence.
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What's left after the heat death of the universe?
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>>109039678
Entropy.
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>>109039678
Rainbows.
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>>109039678
its crows all the way down
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>>109039516
assuming that some other lifeform hasnt found the secret to immortality
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>>109039678
There won't be any stars or galaxies. If there's any life left it'll be extremely advanced. They can just float around space.
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>>109038824
Well lets put this into perspective.

As earlier mentioned, an anon described a googolplex of crows to amount to a universe the same size as ours, but filled entirely of crows. The truth is that still wouldn't be enough. It might be a googol if the crows were packed tightly enough, but a googolplex is far larger.

Now let's say that there is a much bigger universe, also made of crows, containing a googolplex of crows. Let's call this universe A. Now imagine if the entirely of universe A was but a single quark in a bigger crow universe. For anyone who does not know, as hadrons such as electrons, protons, and neutrons make up atoms, quarks are what make up those hadrons. Let's say every quark in that universe had the same number of crows (1 googolplex) and there were as many quarks in it as there is in the observable universe. But then the super universe that was the sum of these crow quirks was in fact a quirk in an exponentially bigger crow universe under the same circumstances. If this process was repeated a googolplex amount of times, the resulting layered universe still wouldn't amount to a Graham's number of crows. But let's call this Universe B for now.

And then we has another layered crow universe, Universe C, which is big enough to have 1 Graham's number of crows. Now, how big is it, compared to universe B? Universe B does not even have the sufficient number of crows to be a quark in it, nor a quark in any of C's quarks. If you took one of Universe C's quarks and zoomed into it quark after quark after quark, after going through a googolplex of quarks, the quark you'll end up at would be many googolplexes bigger than Universe B. And that's being very generous at that.

At this point, the Colossal Titan in question doesn't even amount to a quark in Universe B. In Universe C he wouldn't even register as an entity. He would be absolutely fucking NOTHING.
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So uh, what's outside the universe?
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>>109040558
Empty space.
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>>109040558
A lot of crows, apparently.
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>>109034772
This bitch. Take it.
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>>109037601
IT WILL BE SOON IF THE OP TRIES HIS EXPERIMENT!!
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>>109036816
>infinite does not exist within the concept of the universe as a closed system

FTFY
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Infinite monkey could write all scripts of Attack on Titan in one key stroke.

So Crows win.
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A googolplex of crows vs 10^10^10 collosal titans.
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>>109041101
better one

"G" crows vs googolplex of titans

go
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>>109038898
here's a great, interesting video on Graham's Number. It's bigger than a Googolplex I think.
>pic related, yfw you try to think about it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTeJ64KD5cg
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>>109041326
numberphile is great, I'm not even that much into math and I think their videos are ineresting
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I could take them
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>>109041460
You can't even get a single 5, fake kog, much less a whole googol of 5s.
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>>109037553
Man, l almost got high on your comment just imagining the whole scale and the truthfulness of everything.
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l just thought something, take your smallest particle, shouldn't it be composed of even smaller particles? if we keep going we'd either reach a point where said particle is composed of nothing or it's composed of a infinite chain of smaller particles, it's confusing.
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>>109033389

Crows. Simply put he would just suffocate/be crushed under birds. I don't even think that many crows would fit inside our universe, let alone on a planet. I mean I don't even think there's a googolplex of atoms in the universe.
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>>109033389
But what if it was spiders instead?
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>>109043971
F- fuck o-off...
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>>109043971
We need some examples of spiders that would do well, preferably in image form but in a large scale so we can have a better idea of what we're looking at.
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One graham's number of dicks vs OP's mouth. Who wins?
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>>109038300
No.
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>>109044158
OP. That's his dream cum true.
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>>109044158

Still wouldn't be able to all fit in.

This thread is making me depressed. The universe is too much to fathom, and I'm not speaking for myself but the entirety of humanity entirely. Unless we evolve to the point to where we're infinite beings of no mass that can travel freely through space and contain intelligence still we would never collectively learn everything about the universe. Shit, we can hardly handle and understands our earth/death let alone the universe.

I just hope when we die we don't just disappear. I don't care what happens, but even hell would be preferable to non existence.
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>>109044385
>till we would never collectively learn everything about the universe

You can if you give up and believe in god
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>>109044385
>I just hope when we die we don't just disappear

Of course it happens, it happened before you existed and so will after you pass on.
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>>109044385
Makes you wish you were religious so you could honestly believe in that stuff cause boy is it terrifying.
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>>109044616

Well consciousness isn't really something well divulged upon by the scientific community. More than likely were just cells that are acting together to make some being with self awareness, but the feeling and act of your own self awareness isn't very easy to explain. Maybe we are just nothing, and will remain to be nothing upon death, but that's depressing, which is half the reason we have religion, and to be honest I can't hate on the idea of religion. I don't think anyone exactly looks at the idea of death and says "yeah, I rather not exist". I think everyone rather believe they meet some great peace upon death, or some form of existence. Nothingness just sucks. The idea of human knowledge ceasing just sucks.

>>109044685

I wonder if religious people get that second of peace when they feel that they're passing on.
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>>109044685
l grew up on a very catholic household , still l can't understand how l came to be such an unbeliever as l tried hard to believe since anything is better than the thought of falling into the void of nonexistence, l'm surprised nobody brought up fedoras yet.
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>>109033757
You find the new season of your favorite anime
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>>109043462
No, initially nothing exists inside anything. They only do after humans start looking for/observing them. Matter was simply matter back then. Then humans asked, "what makes matter?" Then molecules happened. Then we asked further, "what's inside molecules" so atoms happened. And then electrons/protons/neutrons, then quarks, etc.

Humans bend the universe.
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>>109044822
Consciousness was just a mechanism to help an organism's survival chances, being self aware is what fucked us all, the "us" and "we" don't actually exist as sadly as it is.
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crows obviously
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>>109044914
Half life 3
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>>109044947

>the observation and exploration of humanity creates the universe and the universe is nothing more than what humanity decides to create via observation and exploration, IE nothing ever happened until we noticed it.

spooky

>>109045014


I like to be optimistic. Even if it's nothing and just another function brought about through evolution then I might as well abuse it and tell myself It's more than that.
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>>109045119
Exactly. Science is not not exactly about understanding the universe but deciding what makes it.
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>>109033757
>>109044914

Man, the thought of reaching the end of the universe is calming as fuck to me, l like to believe that there's a beach with pure white sand, a warm and soothing sunlight bathes me and there are no sounds outside of the gentle tides and the breeze through the leaves of palm trees, there exists a comfy chair and an old yellowish CRT monitor plugged to some beat up PC, l sit on the chair and realize l'm watching the second season of Mondaiji, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kVSVRdmnTE starts playing as the reader slowly fades away.
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So. Thread of the season?
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How Can 1 Googolplex Of Crows Be Real If The Universe We live In Aren't Real?
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What if the universe is an infinite loop?
Wouldn't that mean that after eons the atoms that compose our being will reform?
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Ur-Quan win.
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A googolplex of just about anything would beat the colossal titan. You underestimate the sheer quantity of crows you're throwing at that thing.
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>>109038360
I love you anon
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But what are birds?
We just don't know.
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>>109046729
A miserable little pile of feathers
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Can't the universe just loop around itself?
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I appreciate all the math/scifags explanation of what consists of a googolplex, but I think numberphile has just done it for me

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GEebx72-qs

>in a universe a googolplex metres across, after travelling a certain distance you would see exact repetitions of the observable universe as it is

My brain...
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Can anyone tell me how to efficiently structure an archiving gestural graffiti motion data into a text file?

I am attempting to compile a Logic Maze via Apache Tomcat 7.0.33, but most containers reject my application stack.
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>>109046799
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>>109033621
>The universe in infinite
Where do you get this from?

The universe is expanding and has a certain age (around 14 billion years I think).
The only way for it to be infinite is if it always was infinite, even before the big bang.
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>>109046799
but muh multiverse with infinite possibilities
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I thought when people said "The universe is expanding", it meant like the amount of space matter is taking up is increasing, not that the actual size of the space matter could be in was increasing, which I always thought was infinite.
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>>109038745
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GEebx72-qs
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>>109045014
Something about this makes me think that "I", "we" are basically pure energy. "We" are just data.

Just data...

I don't want to be zero...
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>>109046799
Guys there's a bigger number I just came up with called a dogelplumb, it's 10^10^100^10. If you went that far you would invariable end up fucking yourself in the ass. So deep.
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>>109036693
Infinite does not mean everything.

There is an infinite amount of numbers between 0 and 1, but no 2 or 3 or 4 etc.

Still, the universe is not infinitely big (most likely).
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>>109033389
Do you even know how many motherfucking crows are we talking about here?
One googolplex of volume is bigger than the watchable universe for fuck's sake.
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>>109044866
Me too, but I find there being a afterlife to be scarier than oblivion.
I'm still religious for the most part, I just question whether God plays as big a part in our lives as they she He does.
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>>109033505
Basically. At this point there would be more crows than matter in the universe. We're talking a new universe being formed in the proximity of the titan, a universe made entirely out of crows.

A Murderverse.
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>>109033389
I'm fairly sure that many crows would collapse into a black hole.
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>>109051455
There would be more crows than bits of information allowable by the total entropy of the universe, it will be much worse than a black hole.
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>>109051734
I see. I readily admit I don't have a conception of just how big a googolplex is beyond this is big enough that I really don't have to worry about doing the math to see if we get a singularity.
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>>109051857
One plank length is about 1.6x10^-35 meters. The volume of the observable universe is approximately 10^180 cubic plank lengths. Googolplex = 10^1000...onehundredzeros
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>>109047026
>2014
>Still believing in the big bang
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Why "google"?
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Bert will win everything because he's best boy, that's a fact.
Not mentioning that a googolplex isn't an observable number, you could have used anything else but that.
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>>109033757
Think about it like this.
When you go from one point of a sphere to another point of the same sphere, you reach the first point again.
So it loops as it expands, I guess.

>>109045527
No, at the end of the universe you reach the point from where you started, so that would basically mean you go back to your NEET basement.
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>>109053893
>Not mentioning that a googolplex isn't an observable number
>exp(googol*log(10)) not observable
What the fuck am I reading?

I know it's a joke, but please.
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>implying science is real
>implying science is not the new religion and is just feeding us lies
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>>109054026
>When you go from one point of a sphere to another point of the same sphere,
Fuck I didn't mean to say it like this.
You know what I meant.
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But if the universe has no end
Where is the beginning?
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>>109035451

yes
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billy hatcher would be shitting himself at this fucking thread
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Why not just send the birds in 1 million at a time, and everytime one dies, replace it until you reach a googolplex?
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>>109037734
don't even joke about that shit nigga. They'll smell you.
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