Wiktor120
Wiktor120
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11th February
11th February
Using the speed of light, I calculated the scale of TPT. Now its actually accurate.
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Comments

  • Wiktor120
    Wiktor120
    18th February
    @MCbigminer Show me the math.
  • MCbigminer
    MCbigminer
    17th February
    I did this on my own save and determined that 1 pixel is around 1839.215 Km. assumming we are using light speed. Your scale is about 4 times larger than it should be
  • Wiktor120
    Wiktor120
    17th February
    @Riley400100 Not anymore, there's a blanket.
  • Riley400100
    Riley400100
    17th February
    the sun is a deadly laser..
  • powderskye
    powderskye
    17th February
    @thecoolkid10 shut up and take your complaints to someone who cares
  • 49796346
    49796346
    17th February
    Well, didn't we agree that TPT didn't have a scale?
  • Wiktor120
    Wiktor120
    16th February
    @JackX Why must a single pixel be equal to the wavelenght of light?
  • thecoolkid10
    thecoolkid10
    15th February
    your level is a piece of shite
  • JackX
    JackX
    15th February
    That was meant to be one long comment, but there is a 500 character limit, for some reason
  • JackX
    JackX
    15th February
    However, if this was correct, then the photons default speed would be (at 60 fps) 1.8x10^-5 m/s, which is roughly 1.67 trillionths of the actual speed of light (~3x10^8 m/s) Conclusion: Photons in TPT are wrong