Isn't that impossible? And even if it was possible, wouldn't the world, in the face of complete satisfaction, turn into a flatland?
I dislike labels and personality tests. I might have said that before, but, I do feel the need to emphasize it. I talked of how inventive graphing theory was to that same someone today, and then he asked, didn't you say you liked photography and that you're writing a novel? I told him, yes, I said that. Then he asked me how it was possible that I could like both, and I wanted to say, can't you see it's possible? They're all connected. I love a lot of things.
I'm busy now, unfortunately, or else I'd write more. Changes are happening, inside and outside. Fall is coming soon, but I like the word autumn better. All this astrophysics is so intriguing. Did you know that the maximum mass of a body made out of electron-degenerate matter has a maximum-- 1.4 solar masses? Electron degenerate matter is basically super dense, and it's composed of a whole lot of nuclei immersed in a sort of electron-gas. The limit signifies the maximum mass that can be supported against gravitational collapse. If the extent of said hypothetical gravitational collapse is high, then the body could theoretically become a black hole. The whole risk of gravitational collapse comes from Pauli's exclusion principle, which maintains that at least two of the electrons should have different spins. White dwarves, by the way, are made of electron degenerate matter.
If you understood any of what I just said, we should be very good friends.
I took that picture while we were moving at 80mph on a Dallas highway at night. Awesome effect.
Hope you're well.