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'This majestic spiral galaxy might earn the nickname the "Godzilla galaxy" because it may be the largest known in the local universe.'



"About 3.5 million years ago, the supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy unleashed an enormous burst of energy."



Think conjugate fields, atoms, magnets with "poles" aligned vertically, gyroscopic precession,..
 
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Somewhat less, I imagine. Pretty tough looking dude, but the first 500 lbs might be enough to do the trick.
Your calculations were were way off. 17,500 ft lbs is the heat dissipated, not the force generated.

It will be around 4500 lbs of force which will be more than enough to put an end to Mr. Murakami. I agree 500 lbs of force should be the end for Murakami.


SLOT happens. Murakami no you haven't provided any calculations to back up the claims.
It will be around 4500 lbs of force
Lol ..if one arbitrarily picks a 4 ft "Stopping Distance." Yeah, you've got this all figured out fer sher, son..
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Something to stare at while sipping your morning coffee..
Someone's weird attempt to Illustrate galactic precession:

 
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(Phys.org) —Astronomers have made an important measurement of the magnetic field emanating from a swirling disk of material surrounding the black hole at the center of our Milky Way Galaxy.
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Such disks concentrate not only the matter pulled into them but also the magnetic fields associated with that matter, forming a giant, twisting magnetic field that is thought to propel some of the matter back outward along its poles in superfast "jets."
Note the torroidal shape of actual "magnetic fields." Something one never sees when sprinkling iron filings around bar magnets. Easy to imagine ^that iron looking donut forming (accreting) and breaking into solid masses pushed radially outward within the "accretion disk" (or "dielectric plane") of a galaxy.



Those filings show "magnetic field" or "flux" lines are intended to "show the strength and orientation of a magnetic field" yet are orthogonal to the actual field which can be shown now simply using polarized film.

 

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About 3.5 million years ago, the supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy unleashed an enormous burst of energy.
This is hypothetical science of atheism. We can practically ignore it as it is wrong.

Lol ..if one arbitrarily picks a 4 ft "Stopping Distance." Yeah, you've got this all figured out fer sher, son..
The 4 ft is the maximum so Mr. Murakami stops before hitting the ground (based on a harness stopping power). He could be as close at 1 ft. Otherwise, Murakami will end up as a pancake with red sauce. How far do you want Mr. Murakami to get driven into the ground with your 500 lbs (lowest estimate) of force? That's pretty sicko and dramatic, especially at 4500 lbs of force. He would be unrecognizable. No wonder he was screaming for you to not let go.

Recently, we had multimillionaire Steve Berg jump from a 60 ft level of a high rise and he was pronounced dead of suicide by a coroner. What was interesting was billionaire Kirk Kerkorian divorced his blonde tennis player wife, Lisa Bonder, of 28 days after proving it wasn't his child, but Berg's. Berg was born with a $600 million silver spoon in his mouth, but still had $599 million after his death (assumed he made some money). He wasn't a spendthrift, but apparently he didn't spent anything for a harness with stopping power.
 
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About 3.5 million years ago, the supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy unleashed an enormous burst of energy.
This is hypothetical science of atheism. We can practically ignore it as it is wrong.
Who knows why you removed the quotes, but that was NASA talking. Every one an atheist fer sher!
{note: the links are behind the images in that post, btw}
 
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How far do you want Mr. Murakami to get driven into the ground with your 500 lbs (lowest estimate) of force? That's pretty sicko and dramatic
Well, you asked "How much force will Murakami experience before he likely dies?" So I provided you my lowest ball estimate. You're welcome, but any "sicko and dramatic" is all you.
 

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Who knows why you removed the quotes, but that was NASA talking. Every one an atheist fer sher!
{note: the links are behind the images in that post, btw}
NASA has been wrong before. They believe in aliens and have been spending billions trying to find them. They also have faith in 13.7 billion year old universe and 4.5 billion year old Earth which are theories. They believe in the science of atheism as I said. So do you. That means you could be misled.
 

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Well, you asked "How much force will Murakami experience before he likely dies?" So I provided you my lowest ball estimate. You're welcome, but any "sicko and dramatic" is all you.
I don't think you understood the harness stop. We also have to reduce the force as it exceeds ANSI standards. To keep Murakami alive and to show SLOT calculations, we have to reduce the force. Also, we'll need some type of bungee apparatus as Murakami can't just come to a dead stop or else his internal organs will become detached.

Where are yours and Murakami's calculations to show SLOT isn't correct? I showed you mind.

It's just based on claims. Likely it has nothing to do with SLOT. Or are you still claiming that heat flows from a cod area to a hot area in this universe?
 

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To answer you topic question, calculations that demonstrate SLOT show that time flows in one direction. We cannot go backwards in time in this universe as it is a closed system.
 
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Well, you asked "How much force will Murakami experience before he likely dies?" So I provided you my lowest ball estimate. You're welcome, but any "sicko and dramatic" is all you.
I don't think you understood the harness stop. We also have to reduce the force as it exceeds ANSI standards. To keep Murakami alive and to show SLOT calculations, we have to reduce the force. Also, we'll need some type of bungee apparatus as Murakami can't just come to a dead stop or else his internal organs will become detached.

Where are yours and Murakami's calculations to show SLOT isn't correct? I showed you mind.

It's just based on claims. Likely it has nothing to do with SLOT. Or are you still claiming that heat flows from a cod area to a hot area in this universe?
Whatever floats your dinghy, boss.
 
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To answer you topic question, calculations that demonstrate SLOT show that time flows in one direction. We cannot go backwards in time in this universe as it is a closed system.
Noted and thanks for sharing.
 

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Well, you asked "How much force will Murakami experience before he likely dies?" So I provided you my lowest ball estimate. You're welcome, but any "sicko and dramatic" is all you.
I don't think you understood the harness stop. We also have to reduce the force as it exceeds ANSI standards. To keep Murakami alive and to show SLOT calculations, we have to reduce the force. Also, we'll need some type of bungee apparatus as Murakami can't just come to a dead stop or else his internal organs will become detached.

Where are yours and Murakami's calculations to show SLOT isn't correct? I showed you mind.

It's just based on claims. Likely it has nothing to do with SLOT. Or are you still claiming that heat flows from a cod area to a hot area in this universe?
Whatever floats your dinghy, boss.
What floats my dingy is showing how wrong you are in S&T haha.
 

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