|MadSci Network: Physics|
Sorry. This is my second question in 24 hours, but you guys are ace! It's like having my own Science teacher! Anyway I hope you'll indulge me again.......... Fundamentally, given sufficient years to advance; what is the potential for eventually harnessing the power of the singularity in future technology? Reasonable leap from todays hadron colliders or bad Star Trek episode? There; i've kept it as short as possible. Just in case you're bored, you could also keep me apprised as to whether or not this would ever truly be safe technology to practice, or even experiment with. A thousand thank yous.
Re: Can we, or are we ever likely to artificially create a singularity?
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