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miklamar

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Report this Jan. 15 2013, 9:36 am

I have 3 questions that perhaps some of you might wish to answer for me--or wish to discuss:


Question 1: If you generated a soliton wave and directed it at a black hole, do you think it would neutralize some of the black-hole's energy, or do you think it would enlarge it?


Question 2:  If you generated a soliton wave on each of the cardinal points around a black hole, would it stretch the black-hole's energy and dissipate it, or have the opposite effect?


Question 3: If you shot two beams composed of a noble, inert gas like argon directly at each other?


 


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MoppyCGDaniels

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Report this Jan. 17 2013, 1:17 pm

Funny, when you ask these questions though I think of the LHC & being hacked.

miklamar

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Report this Jan. 18 2013, 2:54 am

Quote: MoppyCGDaniels @ Jan. 17 2013, 1:17 pm

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>Funny, when you ask these questions though I think of the LHC & being hacked.

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What is the LHC?


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

MoppyCGDaniels

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Report this Jan. 18 2013, 3:05 am

Quote: miklamar @ Jan. 18 2013, 2:54 am

Quote: MoppyCGDaniels @ Jan. 17 2013, 1:17 pm

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>Funny, when you ask these questions though I think of the LHC & being hacked.

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What is the LHC?


The Large Hadron Colider.

miklamar

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Report this Jan. 24 2013, 7:14 am

These questions came to mind from reading David Mack's latest "Cold Fusion" trilogy.


I had mentioned, or alluded to, the noble gas beams in an earlier post about constructing a Miller-Thorn starbridge, as Steele mentions in his book Coyote Frontier.


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

miklamar

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Report this Feb. 26 2013, 3:26 am

A couple of weeks ago, I wondered if you could adjust the phaser-array or forward tractor-beam emitters to project two (or more) beams of argon or another inert "noble" gas in front of the ship, so they would intersect.  Perhaps this might create a soliton wave or a transpace corridor of some kind, through which your starship could travel.


(Reference sources say that argon is more plentiful on Earth, while krypton is more plentiful elsewhere in the galaxy.)


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dryson

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Report this Mar. 08 2013, 2:44 pm

To compress or expand a blackhole artificially you would have to be able to control Dark Matter , a blackholes number one source of food.


Increasing the amount of Dark Matter would give the blackhole a longer life span.


 


A blackhole could only really be expanded from inside of the event horizon itself by creating small singularity bursts similar to how the blackhole was initially formed.

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