Thank God for that (Undertale) disclaimer.
I know what YOU were thinking Crocket. I was thinking the same thing..
don't the possessed doll
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A neutronium nuke should do the job. There's no kill like overkill.
I heard neutronium nukes can deal much more damage than a Tzar Bomb, releasing equivalents of such nuke by the minutes on the whole planet.
Electroweak nukes are even more powerful. (although theoretical)
Why? They can actually convert energy to mass because of how high the temperature is when they react; they decay constantly over the course of picoseconds to and from their respective quarks, and those products and anti-products they release collide- and with enough energy, produce another quark (most likely an up quark.)
But the problem here is that it's awesome but very impratical. The electromagnetic and weak forces separated themselves very long ago, essentially at the Universe's "birth" by the Big Bang. They originally were one with the Strong Force, but eventually separated themselves to the electroweak and then for the EM and Weak Forces. Is it still possible to utilize the Electroweak force?
Still possible with enough heat. That however, can be provided by other, external matter at a usual scale (it's just the energy required per quark is >100 GeV at 1st generation scale, which isn't that much in comparison to a joule, but it's massive compared to a single quark.)
But is that pratical? I guess it is, as the LHC can work to up 14 TeVs. But then again, it would require too much effort to attempt such a thing, no?
@Commander Crocket O:<
The LHC only uses atomic structure based chemistry- we could potentially do better with anti-reactions and baryon structs (without shells). However, that kind of research has been denied by the European governments (and most other governments, at least I believe)
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