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(*) the cube (which we depicted quite loosely and artistically, of course) would in all likelihood collapse to form a black hole because of the incredible mass contained with the radius
This video was part of the MegaFavNumbers collaboration between Math YouTubers celebrating favourite numbers bigger than one million.
Make a video about YOUR favourite mega-number. Upload your videos to YouTube with the hashtag #MegaFavNumbers and with MegaFavNumbers in the title, and your video will be added to the megafavnumbers playlist. https://bit.ly/MegaFavNumbers
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Thanks to Prof Mike Merrifield for some discussion on this topic.
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