Blackeagle (cdupchurch@hotmail.com)
Mon, 24 Apr 2000 19:59:51 MST


>Well, see this is all cartoon physics, but typically a particle can
>only effect those things that come into contact with it. Thus if an
>electromagnetic wave came across a minovsky particle, that should
>stop the wave. The thing is that one minovsky particle should not be
>able to stop every wave in the known universe. So, I would guess that
>how effectively minovsky particles "stop" radio communications
>depends on the density of the cloud of particles.

That's not really true. Most types of solid objects block visible light
quite effectively even though they are largely empty space.

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