How Hard Is That?

Method: No method. Simply relax and twiddle your thumbs as, by chance completely, all 200,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 atoms creating the planet Earth suddenly, and spontaneously cease to exist simultaneously. Note: the odds from this actually ever occurring are considerably greater than a googolplex to one. Failing this, some type of arcane (read: clinically laughable) probability-manipulation device may be employed. 2. Gobbled up by strangelets. Method: Hijack control of the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider in Brookhaven National Laboratory, Long Island, New York.

Use the RHIC to make and maintain a well balanced strangelet. Keep it stable for as long as it takes to soak up the entire Earth into scores of strange quarks. Keeping the strangelet steady is incredibly difficult once they have assimilated the stabilizing machinery, but creative solutions may be possible.

A while back again, there was some media hoo-hah about the possibility of this actually happening at the RHIC, but in actuality the probability of a stable strangelet forming are just about zero. Earth’s final resting place: a huge glob of strange matter. 3. Sucked into a microscopic black hole. You will need: a microscopic dark hole.

Note that black holes aren’t eternal, they evaporate credited to Hawking radiation. For your average black hole this takes an unimaginable amount of time, but for small ones it could happen easily really, as evaporation time is dependent on mass. Therefore you microscopic dark hole will need to have greater certain threshold mass, roughly equal to the mass of Mount Everest.

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Creating a microscopic dark hole is difficult, since one needs a sensible amount of neutronium, but may possibly be attainable by jamming many atomic nuclei collectively until they stick. This is remaining as an exercise to the reader. Method: simply place your black hole on the surface of the Earth and wait around.

Black holes are of such high density that they go through ordinary matter just like a stone through the air. The black opening will plummet through the ground, eating its way to the guts of the Earth and completely to the other part: then, it’ll oscillate back again, again and again like a matter-absorbing pendulum.

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