Protonic Reversal

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“Try to imagine all life as you know it stopping instantaneously and every molecule in your body exploding at the speed of light.”

~ Dr. Egon Spengler on Total Protonic Reversal

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Protonic Reversal experiments in New York.

Protonic Reversal is a still-developing containment approach to earth bound entities, whose original building blocks are none-dimensional extended objects called protons. Unlike the neutron particles in ectoplasm[1], Protonic Reversals interact in a way that is almost uniquely specified by mathematical self-consistency, forming the apparently fluid consistency of snot.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Classical containment of spectral energy occurs only through exorcism, condemnation, incantation or any combination of these[2]. Entity transfer associated with containment of the entity by a substance (such as an idol which binds the spirit) can be fundamentally treated as a variation of auric flow[3]. In each case, the containing force for spirit capture is a difference of frequency[4].

Spirit containment is of particular interest to ghostbusters, who attempt to understand and control the flow of spirits through the use of ecto containment, proton packs, and other devices.

Advantages[edit | edit source]

The speed of light in a vacuum, viewed as a fundamental protonic constant, together with the principle of Protonic Anomaly allows the creation of sub-dimensional layers. The containment facilities are both size and energy efficient.[5]

Experimental evidence has shown that the speed of light is independent of the motion of the entity. It has also been confirmed experimentally that the ectoplasmic density of any given entity is constant. It is not, however, possible to measure density of light (for example contained in lightbulb) without first reversing its photonic harmony. Einstein (who was aware of this fact) postulated that the speed of ectoplasmic decay is, in all cases, one-way and two-way.[6]

It is worth noting that it is the constant speed c, rather than entity itself, that is fundamental to spectral containment; thus if light is somehow manipulated to travel at less than c, this containment process may reverse itelf (see disadvantages).

An observer moving with respect to a collection of Psycho-Kinetic Energy sources would find that containment from the sources ahead would be possible while light from those behind was also captured.[7]

Disadvantages[edit | edit source]

What total protonic reversal looks like to a casual bystander.

Proton Burst[edit | edit source]

After a proton burst, the fission products, unfissioned nuclear material, and weapon residues which have been vaporized by the heat of the entity will condense into a fine suspension of very small particles 10 nm to 20 µm in diameter. These particles may be quickly drawn up into the stratosphere, particularly if the ectoplasmic yield exceeds 10 pke. Protonic weapon tests almost doubled the concentration of radioactive 14C in Northern Manhattan, before levels slowly declined following the Incident at the Hotel.

Initially little was known about the dispersion of ectoplasmic fallout from a 100 foot Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. The NYPD assumed that marshmallow would be dispersed evenly across the city, which it was. Ectoplasmic by-products were deposited as far as the Southern Hemisphere becoming "far more dangerous than they had originally been estimated." [citation needed]

Total Protonic Reversal[edit | edit source]

Protonic reversal, if fed with high enough amounts of PKE and ecto-protinic radiation, can produce an unstoppable chain reaction known as TOTAL PROTONIC REVERSAL. This is really bad. The radio-biological hazard of TOTAL PROTONIC REVERSAL is essentially a long-term one because of the potential accumulation of long-lived radioectostopes (such as ectonium-90 and protonium-137) in the ethereal body as a result of ingestion of energies containing the radioactive materials. This hazard is much less serious to the living than those which are deceased, which is of much greater immediate operational concern.

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