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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #75 on: September 22, 2006, 06:06:50 pm »
No it doesn't.

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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #76 on: September 25, 2006, 12:06:42 pm »
yes it does :lol:

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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #77 on: September 25, 2006, 07:22:57 pm »
How so? Explain yourself or you're basically just trolling.

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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #78 on: September 26, 2006, 09:46:04 am »
I've already said a billion times how Magus is not making a quantum black hole. If he was, he'd destroy the entire earth. It's simply a magical wormhole with a menacing name.

The Time Egg uses, according to the good Dr.Ashtear, miniature Black Holes. No reason why Magus shouldn't have at least some small measure of control of this Zealian magical power, given he's stronger than Q.Zeal and Schala (At the time, that is). 

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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #79 on: September 26, 2006, 06:40:03 pm »
For all we know, it could be the dreamstone that keeps those minature black holes from like....fucking everything up.

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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #80 on: September 26, 2006, 07:55:44 pm »
Puer speculation, and you say that my posts are coming out of nowhere.

And if you're going to start this whole "magical worm hole" shit, then I better restart the whole Lucca vs Lynx incident. It took me forever to get my point across, and you still wouldn't listen and continued to flame. Going on about how Lucca couldn't use her fire magic in her house to fight Lynx because it's start a fire. If it's "magical" then it's controlled =.= Hence, The Great Lucca lost to Lynx on equal terms. Thats off topic but had to be raised.

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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #81 on: September 27, 2006, 07:08:21 pm »
Zaper, did you miss the "For all we know" part of my post? Apparently you did. Since in normal physics a minature black hole would destroy our entire solar system, I'm assuming the Dreamstone or some kind of magic is keeping it under control.

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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #82 on: September 27, 2006, 11:08:58 pm »
Zaper, did you miss the "For all we know" part of my post? Apparently you did. Since in normal physics a minature black hole would destroy our entire solar system, I'm assuming the Dreamstone or some kind of magic is keeping it under control.

But you have to consider -- since when did normal physics apply to the Chrono series?

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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #83 on: September 29, 2006, 09:53:32 am »
Zaper, did you miss the "For all we know" part of my post? Apparently you did. Since in normal physics a minature black hole would destroy our entire solar system, I'm assuming the Dreamstone or some kind of magic is keeping it under control.

Every dimension has it own rules in terms of physics.  It's possible to make a mini blackhole without destroying the solar system in the process.

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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #84 on: September 29, 2006, 04:10:26 pm »
Zaper, did you miss the "For all we know" part of my post? Apparently you did. Since in normal physics a minature black hole would destroy our entire solar system, I'm assuming the Dreamstone or some kind of magic is keeping it under control.

Every dimension has it own rules in terms of physics.  It's possible to make a mini blackhole without destroying the solar system in the process.

heh . . . for all we know there could be a miniature blackhole, a centimeter in diameter making the moon expose an extra 9% of the tidally locked side we already see, which then affects the tides on earth and weather conditions.

A very tiny blackhole would not pose a threat to the solar system. However, it depends on the range of gravitational attraction that could span millions of light years. Like our sun, it has a couple AU's of force to pull objects as far into the Kuiper Belt to orbit the sun in our solar system.

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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #85 on: September 30, 2006, 04:31:50 am »
All we have to do is look at the elements used in CC to find out that physics is different in the Chrono Series. Heck, even in the FF series. Aslong as a game has magic, physics will be different. Spekkio said something relatiev that Shadow, Fire, Lightning and Water magic were the primary bases of the universe, and kept everything in order.

In CC, we see ultranova's and black holes. They're all contained. Heck, even Lavos' portal in Magus' Castle caused the whole castle to dissapear, even thought it was supposedly a gate. But whatever happened, it wasn't just Crono and co and Magus that got displaced. To suck in a whole castle... Now that sounds more like a job of a black hole to me. But it's not, or is it?

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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #86 on: October 01, 2006, 03:23:16 pm »
Lavos's gates and blackholes behave differently.

A blackhole would have sucked far more than just a castle into oblivion. I wonder, if Lavos threw Crono and co back in time, where did Magus's castle go?

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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #87 on: October 07, 2006, 08:01:54 am »
Lavos's gates and blackholes behave differently.

A blackhole would have sucked far more than just a castle into oblivion. I wonder, if Lavos threw Crono and co back in time, where did Magus's castle go?

Perhaps in a different time & different place.  It is yet to be confirm.

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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #88 on: October 14, 2006, 02:46:12 am »
Lavos's gates and blackholes behave differently.

A blackhole would have sucked far more than just a castle into oblivion. I wonder, if Lavos threw Crono and co back in time, where did Magus's castle go?

yes but your missing the general point that black holes and worm holes both minipulate gravity(which is the curvature of space/time)

also theres nothing to say that the "black holes" we see throughout the series are true black holes or reactions that if left uncontrolled would cascade into the triditional black hole we see in reality

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Re: The relationship between Magus' magic & Time/Space
« Reply #89 on: October 22, 2006, 10:39:51 pm »
I was under the impression that Magus' Castle didn't all end up in one time period, and rather was ripped apart and scattered. If I had to give a reason for why Magus and the party didn't die horrible, malfunctioning-transporter-esque deaths, I'd venture a guess that the portal got less and less stable as it expanded. Cause I'd imagine that something like a whole castle popping out of thin air would cause quite a stir, and the only way we wouldn't hear about it is if it popped out after 2300 AD (even if it was in between the Prehistoric and the Dark Ages, there'd have been a legend, and besides, Gaspar probably would've mentioned it if it popped out in one piece anywhere or, and let me prefix this by saying, "yay for mangling words to account for time travel", anywhen).