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Tearing Holes in the Fabric of Reality? How Could That Not be Good? By Brian Simpson
We all know that science gets it right all of the time, that the first atomic bombs did not ignite all the hydrogen, and the atomic colliders did not create black holes destroying the earth. Thus, play God and push on to the final frontier and literally tear holes in the fabric of reality. If the Dr Frankenstein’s did not kill us before, we must have a blank cheque to do anything, that their sick mathematical minds can cook up:
“Earlier this month, the physics journal Physical Review Letters published a paper discussing how new technology could allow a high-velocity laser to pierce “through [the] fabric of the Universe.” The trick, according to a researcher at the Université Paris-Saclay, is to anchor and focus the laser using a mirror made of plasma. In an analysis written for Ars Technica, physicist and writer Chris Lee broke down the logistical hurdles the new technique could overcome. By consolidating a 5-10 petawatt laser for around 5-5000 joules of energy for somewhere between a picosecond or femtosecond, scientists can muster an intensity of 1022W/cm2, which is when a plasma state kicks in and creates a conductive gas of excited particles whose electrons reflect light. Other laser experiments have concentrated as much as 200 petawatts of power on a target for less than a trillionth of a second. Using a plasma mirror, scientists can reach 1029W/cm2 and accelerate electrons to the point where they will be “generating real charges from the apparent nothingness of empty space.” “The way the mirror oscillates also means that the light frequencies are all multiples of each other,” writes Chris Lee. “The mirror reflects all these colors together, and they add up to a pulse that is even shorter in time. In fact, the pulse goes from being 20fs in duration to 0.1fs (a femtosecond is 10-15s). This by itself increases the intensity by a factor of 100. The shorter wavelength also means that the light focuses to a smaller spot. “The end result is a factor of 1,000 higher intensity for the same input laser and a simple mirror swap.”
Then what happens?
“They can all stare in wonder at the hole they made,” Lee concludes. What is the purpose of using lasers to rip a hole in space/time? Previous laser experiments have sought to discover virtual particles, extra dimensions, and even dark matter. Last year, Chinese scientists used a 100-petawatt laser—“10,000 times more energy than there is in all the world’s electrical grids combined”—to try and produce electrons out of the quantum ether by separating them from their antimatter twins. For now it appears we’re going to have to trust that scientists know what they’re doing with the fabric of reality.”
How can these techno-maniacs be allowed to conduct these sorts of experiments? If some kind of disaster did occur, we are looking at destruction on the cosmic scale, and that means that the elites will go down too. Perhaps the Dark Lords as well are dazzled by the illusions of science and technology, like the One Ring in Lord of the Rings. Certainly, it is the most deep-set ideology of our time: