"There is a time dilation effect inside the Computer World, where time passes about 50 times faster than it does in our world. In the case of Kevin Flynn, He says that Hours in the grid equals seconds in the real world.
Therefore: if 1 hour in the grid = 1 second in the real world, than 8 hours in the grid (1 milicycle) would equal 8 seconds in the real world. That would mean that there are 86,400 hours in the grid in 1 actual day in the real world. Flynn was in the grid for 21 years. which equates to 662,256,000 Hours in grid time. which equals 75,600 years."
I believe the quote was hours in the grid is munites in the real world, which more or less agrees with the 50 to 1 ratio. 1 hour = 1 minute is 60 to 1, which is in the ballpark. Hours = Seconds is 3600 to 1, which is to say time passes 3600 times faster than it does in our world. Which puts 21 years in the grid in the 1,000 year ballpark.
18.104.22.168 20:20, December 22, 2010 (UTC) Jellodyne
22.214.171.124 23:56, December 23, 2010 (UTC)
- I've reached the conclusion that the article should probably be deleted actually. The reason being is I can't find a source for the term "Cyberspace" within TRON canon. Don't get me wrong. It has valid content that should be preserved, but integrated with two other page titles: One is "ENCOM mainframe", and the other is "TRON system". Essentially the movies don't speak of cyberspace, but of two distinct virtual worlds. -- WarBlade 07:17, January 18, 2011 (UTC)
- I've had a rethink. It actually has some merit left in a non-can context. -- WarBlade 22:22, January 20, 2011 (UTC)