Re: [Re: Uploaded memories]

Eugene Leitl (
Thu, 9 Dec 1999 13:05:21 -0800 (PST) writes:

> easily afford a kilometer or two of shielding. Since even the most energetic
> secondary radiation isn't going to penetrate more than a few hundred meters of
> solid matter, that means that impacting nanoprobes are no threat at all.

I don't know. A relativistic piece of matter is a lot like radiation. Damn dense radiation. If it's fast enough it may tunnel through quite deep before it gets down slow enough to unleash its havoc.

Has anyone modeled this?