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originally posted by: KellyPrettyBear
a reply to: 1ofthe9
Please provide a link to this reference.
I really could use it for my research.
And no, I can't put in good words.
I have yet to fully prove myself.
I don't know if I'll develop good
connections or not.
I can only hope.
originally posted by: Jenisiz
originally posted by: Another_Nut
a reply to: Jenisiz
Ya know if he started his other login in conjunction with his first..
And u say he's posted in this thread....
Well there are only two people who have posted in this thread that have join dates withing a month of his join date
And you are the closest ...
I'll just let that hang in the air
Eta sorry three
one date is 8 of July , yours , then the last
But u are running neck n neck
Lol. Maybe I was hungry and followed some bread crumbs
Jumping from point a to point b. Space is pretty empty. To calculate planets distance traveled in X time to ensure no collision trajectory requires less computing power then a ps2 game. We already have sent satellites blazing past all manner of objects with far less.
Imagine a Big Black Triangle. lets say lighter than air inside a carbon shell.
That's the point of how he suggested it worked, falling through the vacuum bubble. You only create a vacuum in one plane relative to the craft and let air pressure on the opposite side push you into the vacuum. Basic air pressure/suction principles.
14 pounds per square inch will actually give you a lot of pressure over a large surface.
With what we found hidden across our solar system were able to leap ahead of current thought and technology, developing for our teams the 'Big Black Triangles' to make surface to space access as simple as driving a car from one street to another.
originally posted by: ALiCCE
a reply to: yuppa
Something perhaps along these lines? Kickstarter of Interest
By converting James Maxwell's original bi-quaternion from the units of Weber/Meter to the units of Volts...
originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: framedragged
I believe it. Just trying to figure out what the three lights are on the bottom.
But for all the stuff that seems to defy certain laws of physics. Maybe a frame dragging effect. The set up seems simple just ....expensive. Bleed the mitigated energy off in a controlled way via photons as the force carrier. I dunno maybe they don't put that on the triangle I saw. But it sure could scoot along.
total baseless conjecture here:
Put one of those on and then it's "lighter than air" Push it around with some ion thrusters that nasa has that gets virtual particles from the ether. Look ma no fuel.
If it does need fuel. Just grab natural gasses in the atmosphere or any atmosphere and puff the ionized gasses into the ion thruster. Won't need much energy out put cause it's "Lighter than air" Power the whole thing with some of the work Los Alamos has been doing. Jump start the power plant with a battery and a glow in the dark hello kitty sticker as a photon source.
The only missing part granted any of that makes any sense is how to they hide the photon shedding.
Shunt some of that light back into the powerplant.
Or convert the light using meta materials into something else useful?
Assuming it was a viable system, it would only be atmospheric. So it could get you up to the waystation at the edge of the atmosphere, but after that you're gonna need an Orion craft™. Or something else.
...developing for our teams the 'Big Black Triangles' to make surface to space access as simple as driving a car from one street to another.