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piezoelectric fusion and starbridges

miklamar

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Report this Aug. 22 2012, 8:43 am

Today, I felt a bit inspired about some subjects I've read lately.


 


I’ve read that piezoelectricity can be used to accelerate deuterium ions at a target, to produce nuclear fusion.  This could be a relatively cheap source of fusion energy, for power and propulsion.


 


Could such a system be used to bombard a negative torus made of tungsten or carbon, to help open a starbridge, as Allen Steele discusses in his science fiction book Coyote Frontier?


 


If so, would it be possible to build a starbridge to someplace—say, the Moon—using the cantilever style of bridgebuilding, building from one end, or would someone have to travel to that second port, to construct the other terminal there?  (If the first port were negative in electromagnetic energy, then the other port would need to be electromagnetically positive.)


 


Also, although this is even more speculative, could the megalithic monuments, such as Stonehenge, have been constructed as piezoelectric generators and in this way have been used as starbridges?  Perhaps they were built on earth-energy (ley-lines) for a reason.


 


Var Miklama--Zakdorn, engineer. "A sound mind in a FULL body!" "Time, like latinum, is a limited quantity in the galaxy."

dryson

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Report this Sep. 01 2012, 2:41 pm

Also, although this is even more speculative, could the megalithic monuments, such as Stonehenge, have been constructed as piezoelectric generators and in this way have been used as starbridges? Perhaps they were built on earth-energy (ley-lines) for a reason.


Its possible.


No one really knows the reason that Stonehenge was built.


The facinating thing is though perhaps the knowledge for such a mysterious area being built will be found at the bottom of the Money Pit of Oak Island.


A bullfrog with a light in its belly is nothing more than a glutton looking to shine otherwise.

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