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On the Plane of Floof

Posted by royalgryphon on 2006.08.06 at 14:25
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They say a Dyson Sphere is a megastructure designed to fully encompass a star...

Now imagine this on a universal scale... a massive solid sphere known as the Plane Boundary surrounding the outside of a fictional universe, or rather the "Plane of Floof", a universal plane over 950 gigaparsecs in diameter. (A gigaparsec is one billion parsecs, or 3.261564 billion light years. By comparison, The Milkyway Galaxy is about 30,000 parsecs in diameter.)

The Plane Boundary is composed of an unnaturally high strength fluffy material that is virtually invincible as its strength is not derived from the material itself, but from Fluffy's soul. As a further precaution, it exhibits the same instantaneous regenerative capabilities that his own floof has and the boundary itself is several parsecs thick. These are necessary as a rupture in the Boundary would destabilize the entire plane, leading to a catastrophic event that would more than likely spill into other planes causing irreversible damage to them.

At the center of the Plane lies the largest single body of the plane "The Great Core Sphere". The GCS is a planet-like object easily 1/6 the size of the entire universe. Normally in our real universe, a universal body of this magnitude and of normal density would be classified as a supermassive black hole.

"If the semi-diameter of a sphere of the same density as the Sun were to exceed that of the Sun in the proportion of five hundred to one, a body falling from an infinite height towards it would have acquired at its surface greater velocity than that of light, and consequently supposing light to be attracted by the same force in proportion to its vis inertiae, with other bodies, all light emitted from such a body would be made to return towards it by its own proper gravity." - John Michell

However, the Great Core Sphere, despite it's size, has a gravitational field no stronger than that of Earth due to its very low density and complex internal structure.

The GSC has a unique geography due to its size, sporting a huge climate range which far exceeds the ranges found on earth and countless environments on the millions of continents. The Great Core Sphere is also unique in that it has a vast network of underground environments. Inhabiting the vast lands and oceans are trillions of species of organisms about 30% of which are self aware, bringing lots of diversity to the GCS.

(An interesting note is that I never even heard of a Dyson Sphere until a few weeks ago. I've been planning this for four years. So really, Dyson Spheres played no part in the design and I am just using the term as a visual example. I was originally just screwing around and being dumb.)


tsuminachan at 2006-08-07 02:32 (UTC) (Link)


Hallooooo suu!
royalgryphon at 2006-08-07 20:23 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Aww..

Hello there. ^^
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