Monday December 1, 2008
Book 10: The Longshoreman of the Apocalypse — Part IV: Fuller's Soap


Kevyn: The consequences of setting the building, or even the room on fire are quite severe.
Schlock: We'll get sued again?
Kevyn: No, the carbon nanobottles will start to crack, releasing antiprotons. Those will hit surrounding matter and be converted into energy. Any remaining nano-bottles will crack in the heat, and the whole mess will go up at once.
Kevyn: This will punch a hole in the station, and send a cloud of superheated plasma racing to both ends of Credomar, roasting everyone in its path.
Kevyn: Any survivors will watch in terror as the fires go out when the last of their air escapes the station.
Schlock: But we won't get sued, right?