Dark Matter Bomb?


by Kutt
Tags: bomb, dark, matter
chasrob
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Feb7-13, 09:42 AM
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If you're in need of a destructive instrument, er... bomb, wouldn't a dark energy driven device be more appropriate?

BTW, I'm no expert/physicist, but a big rip style bomb would seem to be more, umm, explosive.
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Feb8-13, 08:36 PM
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Looks like this discussion has drifted off-topic from the OP:
Quote Quote by Kutt View Post
I've seen "dark matter bombs" portrayed in some science fiction movies, but is this actually scientifically plausible?
... a perfectly legitimate question to ask here in the "Science Fiction & Fantasy" subforum.
Quote Quote by Drakkith View Post
Please, let's stick to real physics and not science fiction unless we are talking about a story or novel that wants to ignore real world physics.
Exactly. We're either talking about real science, or we make it clear that we are talking about fiction.
Quote Quote by Timewalker6 View Post
I had also said that we can't exactly do that.
Actually, at Physics Forums, we do exactly that or we don't post here. Consider it our forum's Prime Directive, if I may borrow a phrase from a popular old sci fi show.


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