posted on Apr, 27 2006 @ 10:16 AM
How about so much of that paragraph was nonsensical technobabble that no one with any kind of understanding of anything won't believe you. Also,
it's from "my sources".
I have my sources too. But I tend to name them and make sure they're accurate, such as Wikipedia.
I mean seriously. Gegative particles? A sub-dimensional charge? That makes no sense. Unlike many things in the world, there is no gray-zone when it
comes to charges. It's either positive or negative. Some of both in the same apparent space creates a neutral charge. There is no such thing as a
"sub-dimensional charge". Perhaps there's particles that travel through other dimensions, but that wouldn't be a charge.
Also, you mentioned black holes. Seriously here, if ever there was plot-device more used, I'm afraid I wouldn't be able to read the paper without
seeing it come up in every article. Pretty much all fake breakthroughs come with working with Black Holes, and people believe it because no one really
understands Black Holes and so "it could do anything!" in their minds. Black Holes suck - literally! They bend time and space, but you need 2 of
them close to each other to do anything with. Creating them on earth means you need to create micro-black holes using Particle Accelerators. Now, for
your experiment you need to create not only 2 of them, but have them last longer. This doesn't happen as these micro-singularities live for fractions
of fractions of fractions of a second, and so no useful information can be gleamed from them... much less have the time to put two of them side by
De-molecularised plasma? So a vacuum? Plasma is a bunch of atoms without electrons (which fly around in an electron cloud because the atoms have too
much energy to hold onto the electrons). If you were to De-Molecularize it... or get rid of the atoms... then you wind up with a vacuum, since you
don't have atomic nuclei or electrons.
Oooh! Nano sensors! So really tiny sensors? Or wait, are they detecting really small things? Either way "Nano" is like saying "it's new and
improved!" when it's really just smaller. It's a fad-word mostly.
Finally, how come 9/11 wasn't avoided? How come the horrible struggle in Iraq isn't going better? Overall, I don't think the government has this. I
think it's more likely that you, or your "sources" are making this up with the intention of pulling your pants down.