I think that all the people who don't know what John B. Calhoun's mouse utopia experiment actually is about should look it up on google. Because I am just a lonesome retard who cannot imagine that people do not know John B. Calhoun's mouse utopia experiment. After all John B. Calhoun's mouse utopia experiment is so important that it received its own thread on /sci/.
>>7640499 I've been thinking something similar actually so i'll give you a bump for answers. Originally i was under the impression that sending this pulse of microwaves or whatever it has to be (some energy) wouldn't cause a force on the box, but if it does why wouldn't this work, along with the EM?
>>7640525 It would indeed impart a miniscule force. See solar sails.
>>7640530 I can understand why this device shouldn't work given current model of physics. Because the microwave energy is constantly emitted, the force on both sides of the device is constantly the same, if you consider the forces on the inside of the cone part pushing it back in the direction of the small end. My idea is different because the energy comes in one single pulse at a time, which will... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7640437 You can't publish it without a proof. Also you spend way too much time on such a shitty board. >>7640443 I have no math prof, dropout >>7640437 You know what do publish it, I'm not in the maths loop anymore nor do I want to be. I won't give you the proof because if you can come up with it yourself then you deserve credit irregardless of being second. All I will say is trigonometry, binomial theorem... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
no the cost of sending people out is to high. the oxygen needed alone to go to the astroid belt and hang out for 6 months and come back is beyond all the space programs of earth put together to store up and put in space in 1 year
and most western nations have wing nuts like stephen hawking who fear monger about ai so no probe bots doing all the work either
also the cost for anything mined would be many times the normal rates and wouldnt sell
AES is a block cipher, in the 128-bit case it only takes 16 bytes at a time. To encrypt more than 16 bytes, you might need a way of chaining the blocks together. You can choose not to do that, and equal input blocks will result in equal output blocks (ECB mode), which gives hints about the data . Look at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Block_cipher_mode_of_operation , look for the penguin in ECB mode, that's your problem. You can also decide to XOR each input block with the previous cipher block (CBC mode) before encrypting. You can also keep a counter and think of a number... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What is the theoretical feasibility of micro-nuclear reactors? the same principle (pauli's exclusion) applies regardless the amount of U or Pu, eh? even 2 atoms with sufficient energy and angle combined together could trigger a cascading reaction, but they need not be that small. say, the size of the chip on your debit card? or the one in your phone? that size? scientifically possible?
>>7640247 For practical purposes, truly "micro"-nuclear reactors are impossible.
In order for a nuclear fission reactor to work, you have to be able to sustain a chain reaction. That means that every fission event needs to trigger, on average, at least one other fission event. Because the ability of materials to absorb neutrons is limited - neutron radiation is fairly penetrating, especially at the high energies emitted by fission events - this means you need a big enough chunk of uranium or plutonium that... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7640275 The smallest reactors I've ever seen actually designed were for potential spaceflight applications; the smallest was the HOMER-15, a reactor producing 15 kW of thermal output (and 3 kW of electrical) that weighed just 214 kg and was 41 cm in diameter and 2.4 m tall.
A reactor designed for Earth usage could be made smaller, since you can use convection and conduction of heat to cool the reactor more efficiently, instead of having to radiate everything. However, you're not getting it too much smaller... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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