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Old 2013-02-18, 20:33   Link #441
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Spoiler for :

I know there is pdf version of this image and can zoom in until the smallest area. But I didn't remember the link.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phylogenetic_tree
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Old 2013-02-18, 20:49   Link #442
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Well... hot damn.
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Old 2013-02-18, 22:37   Link #443
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I know there is pdf version of this image and can zoom in until the smallest area. But I didn't remember the link.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phylogenetic_tree
Oh wow. That's a nice find. Someone on the production committee did their homework.
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Old 2013-02-18, 23:47   Link #444
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Yes, it's a huge deal bigger even than Jupiter. Herein though lies a big problem they neglected: With such a huge size and mass, the surface gravity on the planet would be a huge deal bigger. If it has a similar mass distribution as the earth, the surface gravity should be 102 g
i do not know from where you got the 102g number, but from my understanding (no calculations done) a celesitial body the size of our sun (or bigger) made out of rocky materials (at 1 earth atmosphere and about 20 C) would collapse by its own weight into a neutron star (or smaller). Unless it is totally hollow, if they are on the inside layer when they see the sky they would be looking inside the structure, then it makes more sense that the stars can be so easily rearranged because they are literally lights on a canvas near the center of the structure.
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Old 2013-02-18, 23:51   Link #445
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Old 2013-02-19, 00:03   Link #446
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I thought they were on a Flat World, as well. Making pretty much anything you want to come up with, kind of point less on the physics regard.
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Old 2013-02-19, 00:08   Link #447
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If the author wanted it to be magic, he wouldn't bother with all the real world terms and description...

...But now that he did throw those in, it allows for people to think and speculate.
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Old 2013-02-19, 00:13   Link #448
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If the author wanted it to be magic, he wouldn't bother with all the real world terms and description...

...But now that he did throw those in, it allows for people to think and speculate.
What, size and distance? Those do not inherently imply physics! They're on a world that is a series of flat discs layered on top of each other. The world has an edge, off of which things fall straight down, despite the fact that gravity should require them to fall towards the center of mass. There are islands that float in the sky. There are beams that turn people to stone. There are vampires and demons and gods. We have discovered that the world is big (well gosh, never would have guessed that one, how amazing! ), but that does not make it any more inherently physics-based than it ever was before.
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Old 2013-02-19, 00:17   Link #449
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I think it's okay to speculate this kind of stuff as long as you don't get all too spergy on it, but I'm maybe contradicting myself.
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Old 2013-02-19, 00:54   Link #450
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What, size and distance? Those do not inherently imply physics! They're on a world that is a series of flat discs layered on top of each other. The world has an edge, off of which things fall straight down, despite the fact that gravity should require them to fall towards the center of mass. There are islands that float in the sky. There are beams that turn people to stone. There are vampires and demons and gods. We have discovered that the world is big (well gosh, never would have guessed that one, how amazing! ), but that does not make it any more inherently physics-based than it ever was before.
Actually, I was just referring to them referencing the size of our Sun and using specific numbers, not sure why you need to get defensive...
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Old 2013-02-19, 01:27   Link #451
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Old 2013-02-19, 01:32   Link #452
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You mean like "Mochizou x Midori" ?
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Old 2013-02-19, 01:44   Link #453
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Spoiler for :

I know there is pdf version of this image and can zoom in until the smallest area. But I didn't remember the link.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phylogenetic_tree
.........

Currently You can only mimic animals. Will she be able to mimic plants and eventually every living being provided she befriend them? If so, I'd say her potential is even bigger than Izayoi's even if she's not quite there yet.

Also, this scream 'ultimate life form' to me and that screams 'JoJo', and I ended up imagining You a la the Pillar Men
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Old 2013-02-19, 01:59   Link #454
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What, size and distance? Those do not inherently imply physics! They're on a world that is a series of flat discs layered on top of each other. The world has an edge, off of which things fall straight down, despite the fact that gravity should require them to fall towards the center of mass.
I do not remember this being mention, they do use maps but that does not imply the world is flat, nor that things falls of the edge.

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There are islands that float in the sky. There are beams that turn people to stone. There are vampires and demons and gods. We have discovered that the world is big (well gosh, never would have guessed that one, how amazing! ), but that does not make it any more inherently physics-based than it ever was before.
Are you ready for it, because here it comes: "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic."
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Old 2013-02-19, 02:05   Link #455
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I do not remember this being mention, they do use maps but that does not imply the world is flat, nor that things falls of the edge.
Wasn't the edge of the world shown in ep.1?
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Old 2013-02-19, 02:13   Link #456
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Old 2013-02-19, 02:15   Link #457
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Wasn't the edge of the world shown in ep.1?
I thought that was a really big waterfall.
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Old 2013-02-19, 02:30   Link #458
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I do not remember this being mention, they do use maps but that does not imply the world is flat, nor that things falls of the edge.
Not only have we seen the edge of the world in episode one and the beginning of episode 2, we have seen the entire world in episode 2, as seen from the side.

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Old 2013-02-19, 02:32   Link #459
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I don't have the episode at hand, but are you sure that's the world and not one big floating island?

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Then again, why don't we just ask a Novel reader?
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Old 2013-02-19, 02:36   Link #460
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I don't have the episode at hand, but are you sure that's the world and not one big floating island?

EDIT:

Then again, why don't we just ask a Novel reader?
I am sure that is the Little Garden, yes, because that is exactly what she was discussing and demonstrating during that discussion, and since it is the Garden itself that is the size of a star, the physics discussion pertaining to gravity is relevant to it regardless of whether it's part of some yet impossibly larger world underneath or not.

Do we have any novel readers here? The thing hasn't been translated into anything other than Chinese, that I'm aware of.
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