Black Hole

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As for many, I was really excited to see the first picture of a black hole yesterday. When I saw the picture was CC-By licensed, I had to test a derivation over episode 12!




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6 comments

link Craig Maloney Contributor, - Reply

Hah! That's awesome. :) Looks like I have a new wallpaper for my machines. :)

link Daniel Berke   - Reply

Nice! I like it.

link Vinay   - Reply

Cool, though to be honest I would have loved if the scientist would have come up with something exactly like you originally created in that episode. Just to prove how much ahead Pepper is of all of them. Who needs a rocket when you can fly a broom like that after all?

link Remram   - Reply

It's not as good as your original episode! You should consider a career in astrophysics.

link John B.   - Reply

Take away the blackness around the glowy bit and you will be closer to what it should be. Though, if one did exist of that size in the atmosphere, it would cause a huge explosion that would destroy the planet from the energy released from the glowy part of the black hole.

link David REVOY Author, - Reply

He he, that's where the 'artistic license' allow me this type of poetry. Black holes in Pepper and Carrot are fun and I really would like to make them the signature spell of Pepper. For sure I'll work on making them a bit more believable for audience more informed about the physic consequence of them. I don't want to interrupt the flow of the story with something too unbelievable too ! Thanks for the feedback.

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