posted on Mar, 4 2004 @ 12:02 PM
Okay here is the deal, a human can NOT walk through a wall and survive in a "living" state.
IT IS POSSIBLE, but here is the problem
IT IS POSSIBLE to disrupt the physical density of an object ie the wall, BUT the problem is that anything that comes into contact with the disrupted
field then bonds with the disrupted atoms. Plus it requires a constant stream of energy focused at that point on the "wall" so anything approaching
that point on the "wall" would also be disrupted.
What happens to "living" cells when they are disrupted. Well the basic bond between the cells gets destroyed, period. There is no rebuilding. So it
turns "living" things into mush as soon as they enter the "field". Inanimate structures like stone when they are in a disrupted state, coelece
(spelling?) with any object that enters into the field before that object as well is disrupted.
So if for example on one side of the wall you have a device that is "disrupting" the surface of the wall just enough to penetrate to the other side
of the wall to the surface. On the opposite side of the wall you fire a bullet into the "disrupted" area. The bullet reaches the surface begins to
penetrate the field area and as itself begins to be disrupted the atoms of the wall material and the atoms of bullet material begin to bond, while
maintaining some forward velocity, as the bullet moves through the field it picks up mass and begins to "clump up" if the bullet is fired dead on
into the path of the "disrupter" device then as it approaches the exit surface and into the "beam" it will basically vaporize into the air
surrounding the beam in a multitude of vectors dependant on the air and particle density of the enviroment.
So a human walking into the same experiment would turn to mush before it could penetrate through the wall. Then becoming a biological/material pile of
So while theoretically possible, no living being would be able to pass through such a field disruption.
And like another poster said, the physical world, is the physical world. And once you break the bonds between the atomic structures in living cells,
it is impossible to "reprogram" them to return to their original state. Its like taking a piece of noodle and putting it in your food processor.
Once its chopped up its still a noodle but you while never be able to return it to its former shape. Even if you took it and remashed it together and
then put it in a mold to "look" like the former straight noodle it will not be the "same" noodle. Because each segment would have to be put back
in the EXACT order to the next segment. Which would mean that you would to track each ATOM and place each ATOM exactly in the same spot as it was
before. Since there is no RFID small enough to exist on EACH ATOM. It would therefore be impossible to "reconstruct" someone once they went through
a disrupted field.
This only applys to "living" physical beings.
I do believe it is possible to send "material" through a disrupted field, but unlikey to be able to reconfigure it in the same shape once it has
Might make a great weapon in the future though, aside from simply disrupting something to death, you could have a fire agent that could penetrate
through solid walls only to exit the other side and combust with the air on the other side of the wall. Like some sort of Phosperhous solid cannon
ball shot at a different angle then the "painting" disruptor beam. The disruptor field could alter the outer shell of the PH cannon ball thereby
exposing the hard PH to air as the cannon ball breached the other side of the field. AND BOOM big firey inferno.