not so good at math so please help me.When I play with those artificial gravity or should say centripetal force calculators I get some pretty big numbers so I need some verification of them. Is it true that spinning a let's say 1m. radius disc with 50 000rpm/min you would get like 2795609.8954 g force on the side of the disc? And if so isn't that close or even over to that you normally would get on a middle sized star? Certainly bigger than our sun.? How could I calculate the highest possible g force a specific flywheel or material or disc could withstand? And the last thing a disc or whatever solid material rotating fast doesn't get very hot , well if we don't consider the air resistance and friction, but now let's imagine that around the disc is a chamber full with gas and we spin the disc very fast does the gas act similar as the solid or does the gas heat up differently?