Ralf Mler wrote:
> On Fri, 28 Jan 2005 02:50:54 +0900
> "martinus" <martin.ankerl / gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> 
>>Consider all Rubyists compressed in one point in space time - this
>>all-time-and-space eating singularity called black hole would
>>ultimatively lead to the destruction of at least this solar system.
>>Taking all this into consideration, I think a range might be the better
>>choice for such an event.
>>
>>martinus
>>
> 
> 
> Well,
> 
> for a small black-hole you need 15 x mass of the sun, which is 15 * 1,99*10^30 = 1.76261265e+16 kg.
> With an average of 75 kg, there should be at least 2.3501502e+14 Rubyists (that's what I call "World Domination").
> 
> Lets take the population of the earth as standard, there must be 39170 totally rubyized planets out there (smells good, eh?). 
> 
> I think, we have a new aim for for "RubyConf 3124".
> 
> 
> BTW, a black-hole is considered to be inside the milky way.

Isn't that the proof that there are at least 2.3501502e+14 Rubyists out 
there? ;-)

Regards,

   Michael