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For questions regarding the physics relevant to fictitious worlds. General physics may be off-topic.

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So first things first: I was not sure where to put this question. It isn't specifically about worldbuilding (though I'm using it that way). It's more related to the capabilities of the human body, but …
asked Jun 30 '16 by Thomas Reinstate Monica Myron
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For story purposes, I'm trying to determine what would happen if a small moon-sized object crashed into an unmovable barrier surrounding a planet. My goal here is to eventually get a ring surrounding …
asked Jul 11 '18 by Thomas Reinstate Monica Myron
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with physics, not biology. For this question, assume that space-faring non-aquatic creatures visually identical to coral (since actual coral requires water - assume that requirement isn't a factor … . Answers: Answers to this question should say whether a world with a hyperbolic surface (meaning coral-like) is possible in the realm of physics. If such a world is entirely impossible under any …