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Posted by Schnee on July 22, 1998 08:19:20 UTC

No, it wouldn't, the amount of power there is infinate. I mean, come on....just think about it....wrap your mind around it for a second, a person is pulling a new and great energy that is pretty much impossible to detect out of nothing, the vaccum of apple, it doesn't matter. It's not going to leave a void in space, it would probably destroy the apple because of the atoms that make up an apple, they'd be kaplooee. But space (when I say space, i mean the space-time plane thing) on the otherhand isn't made up of atoms and's basically more or less an energy, a force. Now, I do think that if you were able to do this, space itself would probably do some funky things....

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