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RE: (TFT) Re: TFT Digest V3 #721

From: Mark Tapley <mtapley@swri.edu>

There's an extra 0 running around in there.

<homer simpson voice>  "Doh!"

??? If you mean surface tension would get a lot more important

Yes! I was thinking of surface tension exclusively. A dead give away that all life has been scaled down. Walking around on water wearing snow shoes is a cool visual by the way.


Doesn't this cause trouble when DistanceSqr(p1,p2) = (p2.corona_radius)^2? If they cancel exactly, 1/d gets infinite?

Yes. It's much clearer with just the math. The gravity Corona is insanely strong the closer on gets to it. As to solving the infinity problem in the program i've written, the corona lies "between" the hexes, so to speak. So no object ever actually lands on that point.

David Michael Grouchy II
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