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Kardashev6

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  1. Perhaps better worded to say, "mass and possibly volume when density is unchanged (density as a value)? I mean, volume does not necessarily increase right? Mass does and either volume or density increases?
  2. Those are good quality reference url's, Victor. TY
  3. Ty for such a prompt response Gahd! I am fascinated by new state of the art methods. I have been reading a lot about superconductivity (also superfluidity). Room temperature solutions would be great to lower energy consumption from what I read. Resistance, as you know, in an electronic circuit can cause waste. TX again!
  4. I hit a paywall ($31.50). Is there any free publications available (that you know of)? Or is it hot off the press and only available to read for a fee? Seems very interesting either way! Especially for remote and under developed nations. Do you think this would still work in regions like Anarctica where science stations reside? Thinking of regions that have long periods of darkness sometimes. Silly me cannot remember if I have that backwards...those regions may have periods of too much daylight?
  5. Ex, that is one good article, ty! It mentions Arthur C. Clarke and Elvis (the king) so that is a bonus. I saved it for future reading again. I always felt sad for those lacking hearing ability. I assumed that they may feel like oddities amongst those that can hear. Then one day I thought about the cosmos. To the best of our knowledge most of the universe lacks sound...at least as we understand it. Empty space and inside stars do not appear to make sound. When I think this way, it is us (those who can hear) the real oddities. Those lacking hearing more closely resemble what is normal in The C
  6. Exchemist, First I apologize to TK for inserting my question to you here, I hope it is not bad form. Question to the pro (you). My whole life I have heard about a styrofoam cup discarded in the environment can last 10k years (from memory). Is that true? Is it because it's white and reflects light poorly (thus not aiding in decomposition)? Could the pigment be changed darker and promote earlier decomposition? Or, is their an alternative chemical composition that would break down quicker? TX in advance and again, TK...I apologize.
  7. Music is a peculiar thing. Some songs pep me up...some relax me...some make me sad...some make me sick. In simplicity, music is just an arrangement of musical notes. However, I guess one needs go a step further. Since a 4 year old child banging hands on a piano, while someone writes it out, is an arrangement of musical notes. So, I guess it must include, pleasing to the ear(s). At least to the listener's ear(s). I enjoy multiple genre's...yet I really do not enjoy every song from any given band or artist. The closest I come is the Rolling Stones or Led Zepplin perhaps. I enjoy almost all
  8. In the USA many cities have used incinerators for decades. I always wondered if they capture the heat energy and use it for boilers (water) and extract thermal heat out of it. I know you said not physical...but using a chemical reaction, as you offer as example, is physical. Also, a shoe example can be very useful despite you not meaning it to be a solution in your thread. I always appreciated the idea of taking old auto tires, punching out a right/left sole footprint and making a useful sandal product. Last, I thought landfills (unrecycled trash) were intended to go under a chemical ch
  9. Ralf, Could you elaborate on what, "clock handoff" means or how you are referring to it please? I am struggling with applying in in my mind. TX
  10. How about antimatter as an energy source? In principle, I conclude that clusters of antimatter may exist within. Or outside, our observable universe. Clumps, pockets, nebulas or however you state it. Undiscovered/undetected by today's technology. I understand there is no observation evidence...we do not observe annialations of matter-antimatter in our view of the Cosmos...not even remnants of annialations. Still, maybe an abundance of antimatter exists out there?
  11. I embrace the notion that a higher level, way more advanced civilization, could accomplish, "Perceived Time Travel" on local scales. Like a Kardashev level 3, 4, 5+. Simply, it would resemble rewinding a VHS, or dvd, and replaying it forward. ***Warning*** I have non mainstream thoughts often, this response is one of them. Two things are essential to do this: 1) The complete information of a local system. Every atom, down to the quantum level (or further), every neuron...all information as it relates to the system. 2) The ability to arrange every atom...every neuron at will. In today's
  12. What if they fall in love on the web? MatchDotCom? I met my darling wife the old fashioned way...in a bar;););)
  13. Maybe this url helps. May be a conspiracy theory but who knows for sure. Being underground does prevent satellite imagery detection of events taking place (visible light spectrum anyway). "Some People Believe Wyoming is Actually a Secret Military Base" https://mycountry955.com/some-people-believe-wyoming-is-actually-a-secret-military-base/
  14. No. I will have to search for an url. There is very little info. in cyberspace if I recall. I learned about it on some pop conspiracy show years ago. They could only get to the entrance from a distance. I'm nearly certain it was Montana or Wyoming.
  15. I would like to know what is under that mountain they dug into. Evidentally, it is huge with large rooms and miles of tunnels. I think it's in Wyoming or Montana. I bet that is where the super top secret stuff is...out of reach of satellite imagery.
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