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Re: starship-design: Re: FTL Drive designs

Timothy van der Linden wrote:
> Timothy writes:
> >Steve VanDevender wrote:
> >>
> >>Kyle writes:
> >>>an energy density of in excess of 10^28 w/cm
> >>
> >>I can't make any sense of that unit.  W/cm^2 makes sense for a radiating
> >>surface, and W/cm^3 makes sense as a unit of power generated per volume
> >>of reaction, but W/cm?  I can't figure out a way to interpret energy per
> >>unit time per unit distance.
> >
> >My apologies. I meant W/cm^2. Please forgive this.
> Are you sure, you are talking about density, so isn't it W/cm^3 ?

	I suppose so. It was late last night, and I had several things on my
mind. Among them, getting over pneumonia (got it about a week ago, doing
better now). Sorry about this inconveinience