Is it true that each pound of dark matter weighs over 10,000 pounds?
That's what Professor Farnsworth said...
- Anonymous6 months agoFavorite Answer
Who are we to correct Professor Farnsworth?
- 6 months ago
Lol, a wild guess by a professor is as good as anyone else's wild guesses. Spin the wheel and believe whoever's opinion you like the most. Science is turning into a popularity quest: Astronomy's Got Talent anyone?
- DixonLv 76 months ago
If not, even more
- daniel gLv 76 months ago
LOL,,one pound of anything is still one pound. We have no clue what dark matter really is, perhaps a black hole.
An entity so dense there is no space within it, not even between atoms it consist of or even space within the atoms.
It has no energy, or more accurately, can't escape its gravity. Only mass, like the mass of the earth the size of a marble. Gravity remains, a function of mass.
That could mean a volume of a cubic centimeter could easily weigh over 10,000 pounds.
I think you misinterpret what Dr. Farnsworth was saying, that or his babble, just nonsense.
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- ZirpLv 76 months ago
futurama is not a documentary
- billrussell42Lv 76 months ago
No one has any idea what "dark matter" is.
And onepound (mass) is one pound (mass), cannot be anything else.
- oikoσLv 76 months ago
Think about what you just wrote. Does anything seem just a trifle fishy?
- RetiefLv 76 months ago
How can a pound of something weigh more than a pound.
That is like saying a mile is longer than a mile.