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BrandCollision

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Random black holes?
« on: June 25, 2015, 12:37:25 PM »
Will random black holes ever exist? It would come in 3 varients - Small black holes (500 solar masses to 1K solar masses) -Normal black holes (1K solar masses - 100K solar masses) -supermassive blackholes (5000K solar masses - 5000000K solar masses)

This would be nice
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Angel Armageddon

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Re: Random black holes?
« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2015, 03:56:16 PM »
I don't really see the point of such a thing.
You could just take any of the black hole presets and modify any of the numbers that the user would like.
Its not that hard.
The reason that there's no point is because there's no physical surface on black holes.
The whole point of the "random" button for planets, gas giant's, and stars is because they all have near unlimited possible looks or other things.
But black holes have no surface nor appearance.
Also all black holes look the same and do the same thing.
So a random black hole button would be pointless.
But it would save you a minute or two from making your own custom black hole.

BrandCollision

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Re: Random black holes?
« Reply #2 on: July 02, 2015, 09:40:35 PM »
I don't really see the point of such a thing.
You could just take any of the black hole presets and modify any of the numbers that the user would like.
Its not that hard.
The reason that there's no point is because there's no physical surface on black holes.
The whole point of the "random" button for planets, gas giant's, and stars is because they all have near unlimited possible looks or other things.
But black holes have no surface nor appearance.
Also all black holes look the same and do the same thing.
So a random black hole button would be pointless.
But it would save you a minute or two from making your own custom black hole.
Exactly, I just want a random mass on a black hole. lol