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JoeRoccoCassara

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  1. Thats practicully what I said, and its deffenantly what I meant.
  2. I didn't know where to put this. Nothing reaches the center of a black hole. As an object enters a black hole it becomes smaller in volume and more condensed and heavier. So it might stay the same in mass but it still becomes smaller, and the closer it gets to the center of the black hole, the smaller it gets, this process goes on forever, the object never hits the center.
  3. Actually I meant that the shock wave curves the magnetic field, and then the curved magnetic field unkinks, creating magnetic wind over half the mass of the rest of the magnetic field, pushing it at great speeds, and since the magnetic field is magnetically attached to the explorer, they both go flying at way beyond any solar wind surfing or nuclear pulse propelled shuttles. Its like generating your own magnetic/solar storm. There is a way to go faster than light, if we could curve a micro inch of space time into a hundredth of a micro inch of space time, and then unkink that for the en
  4. I presume that the shock absorber doesn't have flexible springs made up of thousands of tiny chips of flexible yet hard hyper alloys that over lap and intertwine each other inside of it. So that could help propel it.
  5. This shock absorber, its similar to my earlier design of The Explorer. Shock absorber, I'll study that and everything else that, you mentioned. In all honesty, do you think that I could come up with something more efficient than a shock absorber?
  6. Sorry for the double post. Oh, so he said that my shuttle would go slightly faster?:hyper:
  7. So why wouldn't the magnetic field work? (I can understand what you say, I'm a fairly smart 8th grader.)
  8. Like I said, I'm only in 8th grade, so my description isn't completely scientifically correct. But the magnetic field bouncing back can be calculated by older and more experienced people such as CraigD. So if the only thing that would work would be something essentially similar to the nuclear pulse propulsion, then what would it be? Would there still be something similar to a powerful entrained magnetic field, that even though isn't the same, can still bounce back with a little more force than is put into it? If so, what would it be? And if it propels the ship slightly faster than 10% the sp
  9. Just so you know, a worm hole is a long distance, curved into a short distance. And according to the big bang theory, this would work. This is what happens inside the reactor that produces the giant quantities of energy needed to create the magnetic fields. Now there might be some flaws, because I'm just an eighth grader, and I'm just coming up with ways to go fast. Oh and its a microscopic worm hole, and in the not so distant future I think that we can come up with a way to open them up. Since the shuttle is going so fast when the second missile is fired, the missile just de
  10. I didn't know that, sorry.
  11. Why is it frowned upon?
  12. This shuttle is a shuttle that could be used in the not so distant future. It goes at a fraction the speed of light. This shuttle is propelled by magnetic winds when the mass entrained magnetic field unkinks. Just so you know, a worm hole is a long distance, curved into a short distance. And according to the big bang theory, this would work. This is what happens inside the reactor that produces the giant quantities of energy needed to create the magnetic fields. Now there might be some flaws, because I'm just an eighth grader, and I'm just coming up with ways to
  13. Since this is just an introduction thread, and since it is mine, I can spam it to get more posts right?
  14. Damn I still have to get 3 more posts!
  15. Actually a worm hole is curved space time, a long distance curved into a short distance. But worm holes are speculative.
  16. No one knows what the mass of energy released from curved space time unkinking is. Oh of course not, not unless we knew that the singularity caused the big bang. And unless we knew what the size of the singularity was and what the size of the big bang was. Sorry for this topic.:hihi: :hihi: :doh: And to think if I used my imagination, I could have calculated it all myself.:naughty: :hihi: :hihi:
  17. Space time tells mass how to move, mass tells space time how to curve. The physics of the big bang... If you unkinked the curved space time inside of a microscopic worm hole that was inside of a tank of hundreds of other microscopic worm holes, would it do anything? If it would do something, then what? Why or why not?
  18. This is a what if question. Say for some reason the IPCS had to use all of its fuel when it had been out of orbit for 5 days (Everything that the nuclear reactor could produce in 5 days) and go as fast as it could. How fast would it go? I know that its a stupid question, but its on topic and I have to get my post count up.
  19. So what part of science are you good in?
  20. You can simply look up the words I say on wikipedia. That way you will know what I'm talking about. But to simplify it. Its impact recovery. Where a shock wave hits something that can curve and stretch limitlessly and then unkink and recoil, causing propulsion. More or less.:naughty:
  21. My name is Joe, I am 14, and I have always been fascinated on how things work, I believe that the work that I'm doing in 8th grade is quite pointless, but I know that these are the basics that I must know in order to graduate, I talk to scientists and physicists and read books to learn about everything. I watch the science channel as well. I fancy myself a regular non nerd on myspace and at school, even though I really am. None of the kids know that I know anything about science. They think that I am just a regular guy. I came here to share all of my great ideas. I have an idea for rocket p
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