It's off topic, and the mods agree. You know us, we don't overrule on a light basis, but this question is beyond any semblance of being on topic.
The core of the question is a physics question, or a physics joke depending on how we look at it. It requires no RPG expertise nor experience to answer. It requires significant physics and math experience. It is also not likely to add value to any RPG game, in fact it was tagged just-for-fun.
I think this would have been great on a forum, or in chat somewhere (even in our chat), but that doesn't make it right for our site.
RPG.SE is not a forum, it's a Q&A. That requires real questions and real answers, not discussion starters, flame wars, and jokes.
For reference please see the FAQ. I'll quote and highlight some relevant sections.
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