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Instant Death. - Has to be painless

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nice mushroom you got there? :blink:

hah. So funny. :P... Laugh at another man's bordem.. :cry:

 

Look more like a tree actually :whistle:

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No death is instant if you want to be technical.

Ya know what? Shut up :) lol. It can be if you get a futuristic alien matter materializer gun. Granted it is big enough to hit the entire body at one time so it doesn't take that tiny small and minute TERRA second between death. :D

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No death is instant if you want to be technical.

Ya know what? Shut up :) lol. It can be if you get a futuristic alien matter materializer gun. Granted it is big enough to hit the entire body at one time so it doesn't take that tiny small and minute TERRA second between death. :D

 

Thats called quantim i believe.

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Granted it is big enough to hit the entire body at one time so it doesn't take that tiny small and minute TERRA second between death. :)

1 trillion seconds is quite a while. :mace:

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Granted it is big enough to hit the entire body at one time so it doesn't take that tiny small and minute TERRA second between death. :)

1 trillion seconds is quite a while. :D

 

Ummm lol?

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I guess in order to be instant it should happen in a time period no bigger than the Plank's constant for time, which is a pretty small number :P

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Obviously, only if the rate at which the blast radius envelopes you is faster than pain can travel through your CNS; then yes, in this instant, death would be painless.

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Granted it is big enough to hit the entire body at one time so it doesn't take that tiny small and minute TERRA second between death. :P

1 trillion seconds is quite a while. :D

Ya know what? YOU, stay out of this :(

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1 Trillion seconds = 16,666,666,666 minutes and 40 seconds.

16,666,666,666 minutes = 277,777,777 hours, and 46 minutes.

277,777,777 hours = 11,574,074 days and 1 hour.

11,574,074 days = 31,688 years and 32 days (approximately - I assumed 365.25 for "clean" calculation (as such, no consideration was given to the century rule in the Gregorian calendar)).

 

so, 1 Terrasecond = 31,688 years, 32 days, 1 hour, 46 minutes, and 40 seconds = WAY longer than the normal human existence of approximately 75 years.

 

That would really suck if a nuke could take that long to kill someone - or maybe we should just start irradiating our cities now! ;)

 

...perhaps you wanted NANO or MICRO, or even MILLI?

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1 Trillion seconds = 16,666,666,666 minutes and 40 seconds.

16,666,666,666 minutes = 277,777,777 hours, and 46 minutes.

277,777,777 hours = 11,574,074 days and 1 hour.

11,574,074 days = 31,688 years and 32 days (approximately - I assumed 365.25 for "clean" calculation (as such, no consideration was given to the century rule in the Gregorian calendar)).

 

so, 1 Terrasecond = 31,688 years, 32 days, 1 hour, 46 minutes, and 40 seconds = WAY longer than the normal human existence of approximately 75 years.

 

That would really suck if a nuke could take that long to kill someone - or maybe we should just start irradiating our cities now! ;)

 

...perhaps you wanted NANO or MICRO, or even MILLI?

You have WAY too much time on your hands mate..

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...perhaps you wanted NANO or MICRO, or even MILLI?

 

B) Oh, Armieman (;)), milli is bigger than nano or micro :P

 

I bet he meant a "yoctosecond" :D

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...perhaps you wanted NANO or MICRO, or even MILLI?

 

B) Oh, Armieman (;)), milli is bigger than nano or micro :P

 

I bet he meant a "yoctosecond" :D

 

Or pico.

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...perhaps you wanted NANO or MICRO, or even MILLI?

 

:ph34r: Oh, Armieman (;)), milli is bigger than nano or micro :P

 

I bet he meant a "yoctosecond" :D

 

Or pico.

 

Or pie.

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...perhaps you wanted NANO or MICRO, or even MILLI?

 

:ph34r: Oh, Armieman (:P), milli is bigger than nano or micro :D

 

I bet he meant a "yoctosecond" :D

 

Or pico.

 

Or pie.

lol. how about.. 0.0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 of a second. Have I made my point yet?? *I just know someone is gonna come at me with something ;) *

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...perhaps you wanted NANO or MICRO, or even MILLI?

 

:ph34r: Oh, Armieman (:P), milli is bigger than nano or micro :D

 

I bet he meant a "yoctosecond" :D

 

Or pico.

 

Or pie.

lol. how about.. 0.0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 of a second. Have I made my point yet?? *I just know someone is gonna come at me with something ;) *

I'm gonna come at you with pie.

or gnomes.

or....pie.

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lol. how about.. 0.0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 of a second. Have I made my point yet?? *I just know someone is gonna come at me with something :D *

 

Ok, here I am: Your "number" has a space in it! :P:P:ph34r:;):D Muhahahahaha!

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...perhaps you wanted NANO or MICRO, or even MILLI?

;) Oh, Armieman (:P), milli is bigger than nano or micro :D

 

I bet he meant a "yoctosecond" :D

Or pico.

Or pie.

Hmm... yeah, I intentionally said Milli after Micro - but now I have another name change! :D

 

Pico would work; Pi would not. :P

 

WTHeck is a "yoctosecond"? :ph34r:

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death by atom bomb (gamma radiation alone evaropates your mass entirely) *is* painless - the radiation will pretty much go through you at the speed of light, and the CNS is much slower than that

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