Oh my god if you’re going to judge someone’s cosplay you better learn your fucking shit because this is Duela Dent you goddamn assholes.
Perpetually laughing over the fact that “real gamer/comic book nerd” males keep insulting women for cosplaying things they’ve never even heard of
who’s the “fake geek” now, fuckers?
Make it viral
WOULD YOU LIKE SOME ICE FOR THAT BURN MEME-MAKER
Having a hard time sleeping, so here I am again. Was thinking about the life cycle of stars, and how eventually they will fuse all of the hydrogen in the universe into heavier elements(Iron eventually).
Which then got me thinking about how there is no natural process for heavier elements to degrade back into helium, basically because it would violate the 2nd law of thermal dynamics. That of course got me to thinking about what sorts of things would lead to our universe not being a closed system (thus making 2nd LoT no apply).
I thought about what happens to black holes on death, and realized that that’s not a feasible answer, since they just release radiation. Thought about different ways to convert energy back to matter, but that is really hard, and tends to end up with matter/antimatter pairs which combine and turn back into energy rather quickly.
Then I started to think about multiverse theories. So I Googled and found that some scientists thinks that a cold spot in the background radiation data collected by the Planck satellite indicates that there are other universes which pulled on ours during formation.
But then the entire multiverse is still a closed system that will slowly increase in entropy, and if they DO exist, there is no reason to think that they have developed any different than ours, which means they have their own hydrogen gobbling stars. Unless maybe one of them is an anitmatter universe… in which case we wouldn’t want any of their anti-hydrogens.
That makes me think about the supposed creation theory where matter and anti-matter collided, and that there had to be more matter than anti-matter in order for us to exist, else it would have all balanced out, and annihilated. That makes me wonder about how there could be more matter than antimatter, because when we create matter in a lab we also create an antimatter pair. How did we end up with more matter? Maybe we didn’t and there really is an anti-matter universe.
Welcome to my head.