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Lamont: Could bronzium conceivable be used to make some sort of weapon?
Dr. Tam: Theoretically, yes.
Lamont: How?
Dr. Tam: Well, supposedly, it’s supposed to be unstable on a molecular level, constantly given to expansion. Only the bonds keep it in check. But if the bonds were ever breached-
Lamont: By explosion?
Dr. Tam: It wouldn’t do it. But if the power of the cell were to turn on itself in an implosion, the molecular balance would be released, and you’ll have your explosion.
Lamont: How big?
Dr. Tam: No man can say. Breakdown of the cell would spread to all levels of the cell’s atomic construction. Fashioned into a bomb, it would be catastrophic. I guess you would call it an implosive, explosive, sub-molecular device.
Lamont: Or an atomic bomb.
Dr. Tam: Hey. That’s catchy.
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