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Philippe
2005-Mar-03, 04:56 PM
http://ned.ucam.org/~sdh31/misc/destroy.html

N C More
2005-Mar-03, 05:05 PM
You've been "ToSeeked" (http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=18833) with this one! :D

papageno
2005-Mar-03, 05:05 PM
Sam's archive[/i]]
Section: Existence negated via time travel

[...] If you make an error, simply go back in time and try again.
Genius! :lol:

Candy
2005-Mar-03, 05:06 PM
Hello, world. I've been receiving an unprecedented amount of email concerning this HTDTE/Geocide page of mine - a whole lot of very good suggestions, all requiring my attention. I am not used to receiving this much mail, and also I'm in my third year of university with heavy, heavy mathematics to do which, I'm sure you'll understand, must take priority. As a result, while I will read and respond to every one of your emails, please be patient if it doesn't happen for a while, because my time is limited. Don't think I'm ignoring you, though deem me lazy if you wish. Thank you for all your constructive comments, and please take the time to enjoy the rest of the site too. Cheers.
You'd at least think he would have a comment page so everyone could participate. 8-[

Philippe
2005-Mar-03, 05:09 PM
You've been "ToSeeked" (http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=18833) with this one! :D

By 2 months, no less!!!

I should have looked. Sorry all for the double post.

Archer17
2005-Mar-03, 05:21 PM
You've been "ToSeeked" (http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=18833) with this one! :D

By 2 months, no less!!!

I should have looked. Sorry all for the double post.If it's any consolation, I wasn't here two months ago and appreciated this .. entertaining read.

Philippe
2005-Mar-03, 05:30 PM
If it's any consolation, I wasn't here two months ago and appreciated this .. entertaining read.

Thank you!
:)

Quite clever actually. Beside the microscopic black hole failing to orbit around the core, anybody spot Bad Astronomy? It looks very well researched.

edited to fix bad grammar

N C More
2005-Mar-03, 07:33 PM
Actually, I find this so funny that I think it's good to be here in BABBling as well! Good re-play, Philippe. 8)

Just to add...the "black hole" was my favorite!

Philippe
2005-Mar-03, 07:39 PM
I like the tiny black hole approach. It makes me think of the novel "Earth", by David Brin. I really enjoyed reading it.