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ANTI-MATTER, i was wondering...

Posted by marcos at 02/22/2001 12:17 AM EST


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i was wondering if anti-matter was allowable because i didn't see it listed under additional hardware... oh yeahg and how that would affect or center of gravity.. please get back too me....wow i'm tired


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Re: ANTI-MATTER, i was wondering...

Posted by EddieMcD at 02/22/2001 2:51 AM EST


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Posted by marcos on 02/22/2001 12:17 AM EST:



Anti-matter isn't abundant in our area of the universe.

Plus the combination of matter and anti-matter does make a rather large explosion, and I don't think Dean would like that too much. You'd also have to find something capable of holding the anti-matter without the reaction occuring.

I wonder if dilithium would really control the reaction.


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Re: ANTI-MATTER, i was wondering...

Posted by Patrick Dingle at 02/22/2001 9:45 AM EST


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In Reply to: ANTI-MATTER, i was wondering...
Posted by marcos on 02/22/2001 12:17 AM EST:



Antimatter, when in the presence of real matter, instantly negates the matter, and both, for all practical purposes, disappear. I believe this would violate the rules not only because it is not on the AHL, but because it violates the rule that says nothing on the robot can be molecularly altered in any way. However, I'm just reading off rules from my memory... I'd definately check with FIRST before you rule it out.

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