Re: Strange Matter as Planetary Warfare

Chris Hind (
Mon, 16 Sep 1996 01:41:30 -0700

>These are two different fears.
>Strange matter would not expand at the
>speed of light, but should only convert other nuclei matter it comes into
>direct physical contact with.
Strange matter would be a planetary disaster and vacuum tear would be a
universe-wide disaster. Lets just hope there isn't a vacuum tear headed our
way accidently triggered by some distant advanced civilization. We wouldn't
be able to see a vacuum tear coming. This could explain why we haven't made
'contact' yet. :(
Heres another interesting theory. What if something we do in the future
causes an explosion in the past which screws up the original universe
singularity and causes the big bang? Then we would be responsible for our
own creation! We wouldn't notice much here in the present but whatever we
did would cause the big bang. Isn't theory fun?