from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A space or region that violates the norms or conventions of spaces.
- n. A kind of topological space.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In mathematics, that part of the complete spatial manifold which is without the absolute: that part which is inclosed within the absolute is called space.
Nothing short of an antispace grenade was going to hurt Atomahawk, and Retaliator had secured the last of the five prototypes.
The second time, of course, we both died when Dr. Novy blasted us with the antispace grenades, and we were too busy fighting our way out of hell for me to get stressed out.
Retaliator reached for the antispace grenade, a small box the size of a deck of cards that could destroy all matter within a three- foot sphere by creating a pocket of alternate physics where the Higgs boson had no mass.
A reform movement was under way, as hysterical as the antispace movement, and many an errant legislator was now turning over a new page.
All I know is, it's going to be antiscience, antispace.