POST HERE WHAT YOU HAVE IN YOUR BEAUTIFUL MIND RIGHT NOW.
You know Voltron has stolen your Fandom Heart when you keep thinking up references in the middle of The Last Jedi...
Oh lol XD.
Also, have you ever wondered how one would turn a sphere inside out? My sister and I have discussed this so many times and the only conclusions she could come to involved reality bending
Ye cannae change the laws of physics.
Actually, the solution is that of the Gordian variety. If it's a hollow sphere, then cut it in half, turn each half inside out, and superglue it back together. Other than that, I can't imagine another solution.
Also wonderful Scrooge McDuck (Alan Young incarnation, naturally) impersonation. Unless you were just going for a general Scottish brogue. I just read it in Scrooge McDuck's voice because Childhood.😋
LOL No, that was done in my finest Montgomery Scott accent, lass. ;) (aka MY childhood)
If there's no way to *break* the surface of the sphere, then you'd need to look beyond physics. I'm thinking a black hole/singularity, where the laws of physics break down.
Also, you may run into a problem since the inside surface area of the sphere would be infinitesimally smaller than the outside surface area, so you'd have a wrinkle. or a gap. That is if the sphere is not a ball ;)
From Wiki: While outside mathematics the terms "sphere" and "ball" are sometimes used interchangeably, in mathematics a distinction is made between the sphere (a two-dimensional closed surface embedded in three-dimensional Euclidean space) and the ball (a three-dimensional shape that includes the sphere as well as everything inside the sphere).
*looks around* Have we lost everyone? Did I mention that I love reading books about physics for pleasure? I adore Tyson and Kaku.
You have piqued my interest in physics more than anything else ever has.
You should check out this book: tinyurl.com/yacedjmd It even has a cow on the cover ;) That's due to the 20-year-old 'joke' about spherical cows in space (I'm not kidding!). I actually have the previous edition of this book, which has this cover: goodreads.com/book/show/195155.Fear_of_Physics
:D Go, Kaltenecker!
What do you think?