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It's like someone built the Requiem superlaser from Gundam Seed Destiny!


To be serious I think this is what could help save Earth from an asteroid/comet....etc. But I seriously doubt anyone running one of these more than a fraction of a second with all that power consumption you would need access to say the entire united states power grid just to charge the sucker....
Edited by adramalech707 - 10/31/11 at 5:00am
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Another failed science test that is costing the world non renewable resources, and time.. This will not work! why? -the particles that are traveling around us in the universe, are doing so at such high speeds they cannot be torn apart by light or any equivalent, much like saying you cannot exceed the speed of light..
Science is just the cover story, it's really for planetary defense.
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I demand someone removes 1 of FrickFrock's rep
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I'll give you a moment to think over your question.
Doom 3 bad mehthinks.
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I can see it now, Scientist test fire laser, opening up black hole between earth and moon, causing everything we know to be sucked into an alternate universe.

Its the End of the World as we know it!
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Any bad things that could happen with this? I can't read "Tearing apart the vacuum of space." and not think of a problem that could happen.
Think of it this way, at the far edges of our universe, space is already spreading faster than the speed of light.

I don't think we can make it any worse.
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Another failed science test that is costing the world non renewable resources, and time.. This will not work! why? -the particles that are traveling around us in the universe, are doing so at such high speeds they cannot be torn apart by light or any equivalent, much like saying you cannot exceed the speed of light..
Well, sounds like Neo_Morpheus has it all figured out. I guess there's no need for theoretical physicists anymore with him around. Seems like he knows all there is to know already.

I'm all for skepticism, but if you honestly have NO idea what you're talking about, don't act like you're an authoritative figure in their field.
    
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"They tried to make a universe...it failed, now they're gonna destroy it."
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just as long as they can put it back together again.
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So cool! I love hearing about the next new application (or rather the next slightly varied application) of lasers for studying such things.

And if it doesn't work to bring any new light to scientific studies, at least it's one step closer to building a death star.
    
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