Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Proposal: No More Massless Atoms

Times out and passes 4-0. Adminned by Rodney.

Adminned at 25 Apr 2014 14:04:48 UTC

In the Rule “Atomic Structure” replace

All Atoms must have at least one Proton


All Atoms must have at least one Proton, and any action that would make an Atom lose Protons beyond this value makes them lose Protons to this value instead.



04-23-2014 07:53:08 UTC

I’m not sure there’s a situation in the current ruleset where an Atom could end up with 1 Proton. All of the methods of losing Protons that we have so far involve losing a fraction of your current amount, and the fraction is always 1/2 or less. Even if you round up, half of a number is always less than that number.


04-23-2014 14:18:23 UTC

Not really. For instance, if you have only one Proton and also have a bond with another Atom and this one explodes, you’re losing one Proton [ceiling (1 * 1/4) = 1].


04-23-2014 20:44:43 UTC

I didn’t notice that. I suppose that is correct. for


04-24-2014 15:59:14 UTC



04-25-2014 01:47:57 UTC