To: General Director Jehovah
From: Lucifer, Head of System Technology Department
The recent deviations from the specification introduced the following problems into the system:
The mass of the uninterruped light source is significantly greater than the mass of the planet.
Due to this, the light source cannot be in orbit around the planet. Instead, it is the planet
that is orbiting the light source.
Furthermore, due to the energy output of the light source,
we are observing surface temperature that consistently exceeds the spec. by a factor of 2.
However if we move the planet further away from the light source, the overall dimentions of the
system will grow significantly.
A larger system will probably benefit us from the marketing standpoint, but the fact that the
planet is rotating around a peripheral device may lead to self esteem issues on the part of the
user. Could we perhaps change the Gravitational Constant to compensate?
Changing the Gravitational Constant will result in compatibility problems down the line
What difference is it to the user what orbits what? Let Marketing come up with some kind of
theory of Relativity.