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Comic #5010

1 Paris: As much as it pains me to say it, Serron’s idea might actually work.
2 Spanners: Let’s recap. His plan is to use programmable nano-goo to disassemble and reassemble the hyperdrives.
3 Spanner: At the molecular level. Nano-goo made of matter. Hyperdrives containing magnetically confined antimatter.
4 Paris: Ah. Okay. That alleviates the pain of having to say Serron had a good idea.

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The good thing is if the ship is annihilated while they're in cyberspace, they won't feel it. Maybe.

Actually, it's also possible that their cyber-avaters will feel specially amplified and elongated pain as a warning system programmed into the cyberspace protocols, to alert them to the fact that their real bodies are in danger.

Yeah. In this universe, that seems much more likely.

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