As others have noted, you can just replace the text with "[redacted]", which also removes the length guessing.
Some people have noted some (ridiculous) concerns (like file formats storing changes, which could simply be disabled, and should be caught by the audit procedure afterwards - there is an audit, right?!?). So if you really want the print-out-and-scan-in type of dumbed down method, then:
* save to a bitmap or jpeg.
* black out the text in there
Of course, that only works if you turn "track changes" off in word...
Most isp's don't give out ip6 addresses
Most home routers don't handle ip6 (apple is a notable exception here)
This is going to be a bit ugly for a while.
Yeah but you need a massive amount of fuel to accelerate to C and then slow down again. About 40,000 times the size of the shuttle's boosters.
Perhaps this is why, despite our best efforts, no other civilization has contacted us. It's simply too hard to bridge the huuuuge gap between the stars.
Yes, if I was going to build a universe with all sorts of playthings in it, I'd probably separate the experiments with enough spacetime that when the odd experiment blows up it doesn't really affect any others around it.
Not that I think that the universe was actually designed, but if it was, that would be how I would do it.
The goal of science is to build better mousetraps. The goal of nature is to build better mice.