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Oh Google, you think you're being all clever, don't you?

Oh Google, you think you're being all clever, don't you?

Well, okay, I confess, this is actually pretty clever/cool. While perusing through the Google Android documentation on the SensorManager class I noticed some interesting constants that had been tucked away inside the class.

planetconstants
planetconstants

Right, well, I guess that's interesting, and possibly useful for a couple of applications out there.  But then I noticed some other gravity constants hidden in there that didn't belong to planets.  Namely, these two:

gravitydeathstar
gravitydeathstar
gravityisland
gravityisland

Yup.  Thanks google.  I suppose stuff like this should be expected from them, considering all the weird non-languages they support in google search as well.

Also, I'm still not quite sure what "the island" is a reference too. Perhaps lost?

Orientation Sensor Tips in Android

Orientation Sensor Tips in Android