From: Patrick McCuller (email@example.com)
Date: Tue May 22 2001 - 11:41:41 MDT
> On Sunday 20 May 2001 21:53, Patrick McCuller wrote:
> > PS You could make a nuclear bomb with just a handful of plutonium
> atoms and
> > a time machine. Just loop the atoms until you've got critical mass, add
> > water, and stir.
> It seems more likely that you could only make a supercritical assembly that,
> by extremely unlikely chance, never exploded. If it explodes, it
> can't get to
> the point where it explodes, right?
Speaking of which, I retract my statement that there is no defensible theory
of what actually happens when time travel occurs. I found two papers that
address the problem in a straightforward manner.
> Randall <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> The State is an abstraction devouring the life of the people.
> - Michael Bakunin, Letters on Patriotism, 1869
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