posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 04:41 PM
Originally posted by buddhasystem
Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
reply to post by buddhasystem
To help allay your obvious offense, and I thought this was obvious from the beginning of you and I knowing each other here, I am not a
I wouldn't want to offend you, BFFT, if I did I would sound different. I was just asking, really.
But the salient points I refer to would be any gravitational control system being applied to exert shear force against an object would be
utterly devastating to that object.
Sorry I don't find it salient...
I donno, people usually apply the word "salient" to features and actual FACTS that aren't much in question themselves, much less a wacky
hypothesis. It would be strange to say that a salient point of telepathy would be possible mind control. We simply don't know. In this case, can you
even say that a parabolic wave shaper is even possible? And why does it necessarily have to be "shear" to be an effective weapon or defense against
such? Where does the bogus figure of "1000+g" come from?
It's not about "offense", BFFT, it's about basic critical thinking.
LOL, i was not offended. I'm sorry I was misunderstood. I was being a little sarcastic, trying to prevent your "offense" (which I know doesn't
exist...like i said, just being sarcastic).
A salient point of gravity control would be its weaponization. Based on human history, just about every invention is applied towards either war or
porn I bet gravity control would make both extremely interesting (to use a bad term).
I know nothing about a parabolic wave shaper, or anything like that. What I do know is that increased gravity exerted on one segment of a construct
would create this shear force. Its that "forces of gravity" that people refer to when they talk about what broke apart Shoemaker Levy.
But, as i mentioned, it is the weaponization of the technology that I commented on (and referenced the "flattening" capability that I had already
Hope that helps clarify for you. BTW, I absolutely LOVE your avatar.