The result: an absolutely spectacular collision, resulting hopefully in Earth (and, most likely, our "cue ball" too) being pulverized out of existence
I liked that line too- "Cue ball"runninmac said:That is really interesting on what could happen. I thought the mini black hole was the weirdest way to destroy earth. But my favorite line of that whole thing would have to be:
That one was inspired by Red Dwarf: Eternity Welcomes Careful Drivers. That was the term Lister used when he overrode Holly's commands. He said they would end up snookered with the cue ball behind the black hole.dmw007 said:I liked that line too- "Cue ball"
That was my favourite line. Of course I have no idea what a Dyson sphere is.Building a Dyson sphere ain't gonna cut it here. (Note: Actually, it would. But if you have the technology to build a Dyson sphere, why are you reading this?) See No. 6 for a possible s
Its a Sphere surrounding the sun at ~1 au. You live on the inside of it. You need all sorts of magic technology to build it and keep it from crashing into the sun etc.Sharewaredemon said:That was my favourite line. Of course I have no idea what a Dyson sphere is.
millar876 said:if i remember my star trek - TNG, a dyson sphere is basicly an outsise in artifical planet built arround a small sun. Kinda like the ring world halo, but a sphere.
The idea is you tear apart the earth to build the thing.Sharewaredemon said:So a giant Halo surrounding the sun? (but a sphere not a ring)
So how could you use this to destroy the earth?
MongoTheGeek said:The idea is you tear apart the earth to build the thing.
The ancient chinese started it with the great wall of china. They gave up before they got it finished.
Its his initials. Birth Name John Ellis Bush.Sharewaredemon said:Who would name their kid Jeb anyway?
My favorite as well. Seems like those guys would have to be resourceful to mine all the raw materials....Jaffa Cake said: