Anyhow, back to the math and equations psikey keeps trying to say doesn’t apply to physics!! Here is my first example I presented (and for the record I’ve changed meters and kilograms to ‘units’, because whatever measure you want to use will work. We don’t want to confuse psikey and have him ranting about jello next if you happen to pick measurements that might be close to the density of it!

**Model A**

Height: 1 unit(s)

Width: 1 unit(s)

Length: 1 unit(s)

Mass: 1 unit(s)

Strength (load bearing): 1 unit(s) of force

All variables are equal. Now scale that structure up by a factor of a 1000 assuming completely equal unit of mass per volume:

**Model B**

Height: 1000 unit(s)

Width: 1000 unit(s)

Length: 1000 unit(s)

Mass: 1,000,000,000 unit(s)

Strength (load bearing): 1,000,000 unit(s) of force

Notice how mass and strength of the model changed far differently than the dimensions? Mass of the structure increased by a factor of a billion, and strength of the structure increased by a factor of a million. There’s a big uh oh there too; mass is increasing far faster than the strength of the model. So while the strength of the model increased by a million, the mass increased by a billion. That’s a thousand fold difference from Model A going to Model B when comparing the strength to the mass. In other words, by making Model A into Model B, we made the structure a thousand times weaker. If you reverse the process and are shrinking the structure, the math is the same. You make the structure a thousand times stronger (relative to its mass) than the larger one. This is why your small paper airplane can hit the ground from very high and sustain very little damage (look ma, I made it out of paper! ...wait, that sounds familiar?), but a much larger full scale airplane made of vastly stronger metals gets turned into a debris field falling from height ratio of identical factors.

Very simple physics that takes into account the extremely important aspect of scale when comparing structures of different size.

Presto, math crushing psikey’s pathetic model argument yet again.

But wait! He keeps crying about how a model is different densities at different layers. So let’s make another model that demonstrates that differing densities across any conceivable layer or even configuration changes *nothing*! Observe!

**Model A**

Height: 3 unit(s)

Width: 1 unit(s)

Length: 1 unit

Strength: 1 unit(s)

The total model is 3 units high, 1 unit wide and 1 unit long (3x1x1) with a load bearing surface area of 1 unit(s) which I’m calling strength. So there are three blocks in our model here that measure 1x1x1 and each one has a load bearing surface area of 1 unit. Now let’s make each block a different mass/density!

Top block: 1 mass unit

Middle block: 5 mass units

Bottom block: 10 mass units

The total mass of our model is 16 units. 6.25% of the total mass of our model is in the top block. 31.25% of the total mass of our model is in the middle. 62.5% of the total mass of our model is in the bottom block. The bottom block is a 1000% heavier than the top block and 200% heavier than the middle block. The middle block is 500% heavier than the top block.

Now let’s scale this model using simple math. First we will scale each block individually by a factor of 1000, remembering that we square root the strength and cube root the mass:

**Top Block**

Height: 1 unit(s)

Width: 1 unit(s)

Length: 1 unit(s)

Mass: 1 unit(s)

Strength: 1 unit(s)

**Top Block Scaled**

Height: 1000 unit(s)

Width: 1000 unit(s)

Length: 1000 unit(s)

Mass: 1,000,000,000 unit(s)

Strength: 1,000,000 unit(s)

**Middle Block**

Height: 1 unit(s)

Width: 1 unit(s)

Length: 1 unit(s)

Mass: 5 unit(s)

Strength: 1 unit(s)

**Middle Block Scaled**

Height: 1000 unit(s)

Width: 1000 unit(s)

Length: 1000 unit(s)

Mass: 5,000,000,000 unit(s)

Strength: 1,000,000 unit(s)

**Bottom Block**

Height: 1 unit(s)

Width: 1 unit(s)

Length: 1 unit(s)

Mass: 10 unit(s)

Strength: 1 unit(s)

**Bottom Block Scaled**

Height: 1000 unit(s)

Width: 1000 unit(s)

Length: 1000 unit(s)

Mass: 10,000,000,000 unit(s)

Strength: 1,000,000 unit(s)

Now we need to add the mass of all three blocks for the total:

Top block: 1,000,000,000 unit(s)

Middle Block: 5,000,000,000 unit(s)

Bottom Block: 10,000,000,000 unit(s)

Total mass: 16,000,000,000 unit(s)

So the new model once you crunch the numbers is:

Height: 3000 unit(s)

Width: 1000 unit(s)

Length: 1000 unit(s)

Mass: 16,000,000,000 unit(s)

Strength: 1,000,000 unit(s)

But wait a minute…even though all three blocks are of completely different mass/densities, why did we even bother calculating each one separately? The multiplier didn’t change for any of them! So in other words, take the entire model here:

Height: 3 unit(s)

Width: 1 unit(s)

Length: 1 unit(s)

Mass: 16 unit(s)

Strength: 1 unit(s)

Scale the model by a factor of the thousand and we still square root the strength and cube root the mass:

Height: 3000 unit(s)

Width: 1000 unit(s)

Length: 1000 unit(s)

Mass: 16,000,000,000 unit(s)

Strength: 1,000,000 unit(s)

Nothing changed! The outcome was absolutely identical even though we have three different layers of differing mass/density! You could rearrange the blocks in any fashion you want and nothing changes even though they are different densities!

This is amazing! It’s almost as if you can take any kind of structure, like a sophisticated human body of differing densities and load bearing qualities throughout it, and just scale the entire thing by one factor (in this case a thousand) and everything works out! And the result will always be the same, the structure will be a thousand times bigger in dimensions, a million times stronger in load bearing areas and a billion times heavier. Which means that the entire structure is a thousand times weaker because the mass increased three orders of magnitude more than the load bearing area!

DID YOU READ THIS PSIKEY?!?! DIFFERING DENSITIES AND CONFIGURATIONS OF A STRUCTURE CHANGE ABSOLUTELY NOTHING AND THE MODEL BECOMES A THOUSAND TIMES WEAKER EVERYWHERE WHEN YOU SCALE DIMENSIONS BY A THOUSAND?

**WAS THE TEXT BIG ENOUGH PSIKEY? DID YOU READ THIS PSIKEY?!?! DIFFERING DENSITIES AND CONFIGURATIONS OF A STRUCTURE CHANGE ABSOLUTELY NOTHING AND THE MODEL BECOMES A THOUSAND TIMES WEAKER EVERYWHERE WHEN YOU SCALE DIMENSIONS BY A THOUSAND?**

Whine some more about differing densities in a structure, psikey, math loves shitting all over your position! LMAO!!

WAIT! I FORGOT! YOU THINK APPLYING MATH TO PHYSICS IS DUMB AND PHYSICS ISN’T EQUATIONS!!!! BAWHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!! ROFLMFAO!!!!!