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Posted by Schnee/">Schnee on July 1, 1998 07:54:35 UTC

It's not confusing at all, I understand completly what your saying....I guess you could say by creating that particle, one would be making a vaccum in energy.....a negative energy...hmmm...I wonder if this could be accomplished here on earth.....maybe with extremely strong magnetic fields and super conductors (I am a ceramic engineering student, so I love superconductors). This virtual particle, before it actually becomes "real" by gaining energy from the black you think it would dissapear if it didn't gain that energy? Or would it just be there, virtually, because if it would just be there then one could, theoretically, raise, or lower, the energy of his own atoms making them virtual particles (hopefully still remaining bonded in the same orders) and then sort of "shift" to the other side of the galaxy or something like that. I doubt that these kinds of particles would react with any type of matter whatsoever. Only energy would affect them....and by placing them in a cacoon of that negative energy, they would be unaffected by their outside souroundings.....what do you think?

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