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originally posted by: TEOTWAWKIAIFF
a reply to: yuppa
Layered. It is called a van der Waals heterostructure when done with two disparate compounds.
And it is still "in the lab" being researched here in the white world.
originally posted by: StargateSG7
originally posted by: BASSPLYR
Interestingly, I have ALSO HEARD from my
usual nebulous sources of a scale-up of
the Vortexing Dyson-vacuum-type of motor
which using vibrating/cyclonic nozzles to
create a high-speed spinning, highly-vapourized
fuel stream that is ignited and DOES NOT
use any jet-engine type compression-stage
at all !!!! The spinning vortex of ignited fuel
IS the compression stage!
See photo link to general cyclonic vortex creation image:
Radial Root Cyclone Technology which can be adapted to propulsion:
That was news to me!
A Dyson Vacuum scaled up into a propulsion system!
For those of you who want to know about slower flying
high flyers here is the Aereon-26 craft:
Stingray concet of same tech:
Pfttttt...,the Dyson vacuum sucks.
originally posted by: Forensick
a reply to: DirtyBizzler
Are you Astro? Did you return from space to grace us with your knowledge this time referring to a client?
You may not be so don't take me to be an a/hole I just have an issue with how far Astro pushed it and how many members sucked up his BS.
Did somebody say TR3B!!??!!😀 i love the tr3b. Guys, it has a magnetic field disruptor!😮 Come on Zaph!!! I know your hokding out on us about the TR3B!!! Did you get to work on any at hickam. Thats where i heard they keep em. 😈
his claims are outlandish, but i dont see him answering any science questions per se. i would have been interested how they acheived superluminal speeds
originally posted by: clay2 baraka
a reply to: Forensick
I am guessing he stated too much, was caught and his account compromised. The tone and language of the posts changed right about that time..