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Old August 28 2012, 12:11 AM   #22
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Re: Higgs bosuns, inertial damping, artificial gravity, and Star Trek

Some more finds...
Domain walls:

Time constraints

Propellantless propulsion

*Anti-nuclei* Groups are looking for evidence of anti-nuclei in cosmic rays. Anti-protons are one thing, but seeing anything heavier than anti-Helium would be strong evidence for their being regions of the universe with anti-matter dominating.

"GRAVITY SENSORS" - Gravimetric Radar: Gravity-Based Detection of a Point-Mass Moving in a Static Background
"If this works, then you can really forget about stealth in space. Also, this is the first step toward developing the Total Perspective Vortex."

So much for cloaked ships. - How to measure the speed of gravity

*Reionization* Omniscopes?

*Feeding a Galaxy* "How do massive giant ellipticals get their mass? With a feeding tube! This paper is about a weak-lensing survey showing a giant filament feeding a giant elliptical."

Quotes from Bad Astronomy Universe Today Forum

neutronium woes
Gravity big PDF

Galaxy core off center

The spiral

Space Solar Power

Energy storage:

To achieve commercially useful levels of storage, around 1 GWh (3.6 TJ), a SMES installation would need a loop of around 100 miles (160 km). This is traditionally pictured as a circle, though in practice it could be more like a rounded rectangle. In either case it would require access to a significant amount of land to house the installation.

Good for space based power that doen't need large surface areas for photovoltaric arrays?
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