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Craft using an inertial mass reduction device

Old 4th Feb 2021, 06:19
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Smile Craft using an inertial mass reduction device

We are either watching a mind fake in action, or we are on the cusp of a revolution in travel. The USN has apparently spent time on this, but whether that is to mess with the minds of everyone else or not remains to be seen.

Mr Pais Marvellous Invention

Inertial mass reduction would be nice for getting from A to B, whether that is Transpac, or from Southpark to Springfield, Or from the 3rd rock to Alpha Centauri...
If it fits on a belt and reduces tummy size, that would also be neat.

Emmett "Doc" Brown, eat your heart out. Now I'm going to go and set fire to all my fizix books, or have a fire sale. or a chicken burrito, yes, I think I need a chicken burrito...

If he is right, it's going to be an interesting world. Either way, a lot of effort is going to go into exploring that assumption.

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I can't find the part where it says "to make your fortune invest by sending $1000 to this Nigerian bank account ...
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"10^30 Gigawatts! 10^30 GIGAWATTS?! Tom, Tom! What was I thinking!?"

The theory may or may not be correct. But it appears it requires about a trillion* times the total energy the Earth has received from the sun over its entire existence, to get it to work. (1.08 x 10^8 GW per year, or 4.32 x 10^17 GW over 4 billion years). Concentrated on a surface of 1 m^2

Or from a different angle, enough energy to boil all the Earth's oceans a billion times over. Yes, I suspect there would be "bubbles."

"Holy microwave oven, BatMan!"

Any volunteers to crew this HAUC? Has anyone told the Navy that part?

(*Exponential numbers always give me the gip. )
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YGBSM!!!! This should convince many that our tax dollars can go to "studies" that only have to mention a few key phrases, e.g. climate change, sea level rise, air pollution, renewable energy, and on and on......

The uses of bubbles to enhance torpedo performance has been used, but I know a few people that could use one of those mass reduction doofers. No need to starve, and results could be almost instant.

I am surprised this guy hasn't figured out how to create wormholes so we could get to Alpha or Pandora in the blink of an eye.
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Maybe we'll leave this here for the edification of all for a while and then transfer it elsewhere ?
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Old 4th Feb 2021, 20:10
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Yada yada per Chernobyls

So Chernobyl #4 was rated at 3e9W, and put ot 120 x that when Elvis keft the building.. Thats 360Gw,.. Enough to raise the temp of one cubic km of water at 60F by 360C (well... Not so much ad it changes states.... I guess.) so the red guarded on/off switch turns on a Yotta times that value more or less.

I think SI need to add a new value, the Yada Yada which is a yotta x Gigas.

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The suns total energy output is at a rate of 3.86e26 Watts. So how many suns is that then?
1,000,000? that puppy is going to be short of luggage space.

What was the priority date of the "utility" patent?
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@ JT.......

I think we should get comments and observations for awhile. Some humor these days seems appropriate.

This guy just left Pax River for another govment job, best I can tell. His bio is on Wiki. And here is one of his scams that we Yanks paid for:

Testing on the feasibility of a High Energy Electromagnetic Field Generator (HEEMFG) occurred from October 2016 to September 2019; at a total cost of $508,000 over three years. The vast majority of expenditure was on salaries. The "Pais Effect" could not be proven and no further research was conducted.
Maybe we could have a new forum--------- Twilight Zone, versus the Jet Blast, which might become conatminated.

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It is only a matter of time before this gets onto the stock exchange and we can consider how many shares we buy in the development company ..... ?

Shades of Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
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Originally Posted by pattern_is_full View Post
"10^30 Gigawatts! 10^30 GIGAWATTS?! Tom, Tom! What was I thinking!?"

The theory may or may not be correct. But it appears it requires about a trillion* times the total energy the Earth has received from the sun over its entire existence, to get it to work. (1.08 x 10^8 GW per year, or 4.32 x 10^17 GW over 4 billion years). Concentrated on a surface of 1 m^2

Or from a different angle, enough energy to boil all the Earth's oceans a billion times over. Yes, I suspect there would be "bubbles."

"Holy microwave oven, BatMan!"

Any volunteers to crew this HAUC? Has anyone told the Navy that part?

(*Exponential numbers always give me the gip. )
Another reference value is that it needs a few Tsar Bomba's worth of energy to make Baldricks clever plan work ( 1 Tsar = 58MT TNT equiv =240 Pj, 240e15 = 2.4e17). That means, it probably would do exactly what it is supposed to, as it is likely that one only tsar bomba would remove all of the mass of yonder HAUC device, along with a few cubic Kms of local water, fish, boats, ocean floor... and snapping shrimp. and the driver. So, yes, a few Tsars would do something. Gonna need lots of SPF, and earplugs. Hat camouflage probably won't make a difference.

In another relative biggly value, the 10e33j required for Doc Browns fantastical machine compared to the E.L.E. meteor that whupped planet earths butt 65 Million years ago, is:

"The Chicxulub impactor had an estimated diameter of 11–81 kilometers (6.8–50.3 mi), and delivered an estimated energy of 21–921 billion Hiroshima A-bombs (between 1.3×1024 and 5.8×1025 joules, or 1.3–58 yottajoules)."




So,

1 x ELE impactor = 2.4e8 Tsar Bombas
1 x really light weight HUAC is going to use:

1.7e7 ELE impactors, 17,000,000 of those puppies,
4.17e15 Tsar Bombas, thats, 4,170,000,000,000,000 of those buckets of sunshine.

Go Navy!









etc....



But wait, there's more.... In the related "nested" patents, Gums noted patent of the inventor (below) states...



In a peer-reviewed paper by the inventor, entitled “The high energy electromagnetic field generator,” published in the International Journal of Space Science and Engineering, Vol. 3, No. 4, 2015 pp. 312-317 (incorporated herein by reference and not admitted to be prior art), the inventor discusses the possibility of inertial (or gravitational) mass reduction using high energy electromagnetic (EM) fields, whereby, high frequency accelerated vibration and/or high frequency accelerated spin of electrically charged systems (minimally charged, if so desired) can lead to local vacuum state polarization (energy flux values in excess of 1033 W/m2 are feasible, with corresponding energy densities in excess of 1025 J/m3). In this manner, the local spacetime energy density is modified. These systems would be strategically placed on an intergalactic craft.
Another opportunity to give a life for king and country to the test pilot. Like Slick Goodlin, you might want to hold out for better health and dental, and life cover, or go #2 on the test schedule...



A fun fact though... a paper (below) suggests that the Chicxulub impactor that left only some examiners as dinosaurs, had only 1/3rd of the irradiance needed to set fire to all of the plants on the surface of the earth. So, the test of yon. HUAC needs to have a good rapport with the bush fire brigade before lighting the touchpaper on this design.



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Well the format at least shows me how to draft a patent application, before the expensive lawyers get in involved. Except my patent is realistic and not foolishness
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I really liked the observation by the renowmed scientists reviewing the fires from the dinosaue killer:

Image hard to post, but they proposed that wildfires were ingited by the thermal energy radiated by re-entering ejecta

Ya think the fireballs coming down on your roof from that volcano might set the house on fire? I guess these dudes never saw a forest fire'

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Maybe it was just me but I didn't get the image, just a load of base64 encoding. Seems to be fixed in Reply. The Mysterons of PPRuNe.

Unfixed itself after posting. I'll leave it in case it interests anyone in PPRuNe towers. I see Mr Gums has deleted the failed image upload (base64) now.

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Hmmm. Press quote, the base64 appears in a Reply box. After a few seconds the correct image comes up. When posted it's back to a raw base64 encoded image.

Below is an image that Mr Gums probably posted.
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. first, I chuckled a tad at your graphic then, unfortunately, I had to delete it to accord with PPRuNe requirements. Sorry about that .... JT
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Image in Base64. So, if I was like that ratty bloke in The Matrix, would I be able to see a ‘hot chick’?
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