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Wonder if it would hurt if it hit you... ?
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Humans created the big bang so the big bang could create the humans so the humans could create the big bang so the big bang could create the humans so the........
post #103 of 133
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Zing!



Shoot it toward the cosmos and it's an experiment. Shoot it toward the planet and it's a death ray.
what about f ray?
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post #104 of 133
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a vacuum is not devoid of material but in fact fizzles with tiny mysterious particles that pop in and out of existence, but at speeds so fast that no one has been able to prove they exist.
I see...
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I see...
Through direct observation, no, but there have been ways of inferring they're there.

Wild stuff.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casimir_effect
    
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This is awesome! We're finally going to open a portal!
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What do you guys do if you don't mind me asking?
Going to school for photonics, hoping to get a job a a local company that builds high power industrial lasers when I am finished school.
Grad student in physical chemistry. I do mass spectrometry and velocity map imaging (a type of anion photoelectron spectroscopy).
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To most of the people in this thread: When they say tearing apart the fabric of space, they don't mean that literally.


What? My 10th grade little brain can't comprehend this.
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post #109 of 133
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Hmm, interested to know more about how they are going to generate these pulses.



Wat?
First I need you to enter the 24th dimension and conduct a seance. The ghost particle will explain it to you. But you only get an answer if you paid enough taxes.

Because it's more scientific than this article. Crack of Doom again. Happy Halloween

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post #110 of 133
Lemme chime in with a different scenario....

"Ghost" particles huh? Remember what happens when you cross the streams...

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