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Re: starship-design: Power - T.E.M.I

That, unfortunately, was the first thing I suggested. It 
cannot be insulated because it is live. Nothing can touch 
it without being zapped. He didn't want to ground it, so he
put it on some corkboard and blue tacked it in place.


On Sat, 08 Aug 1998 13:28:41 +0100 Timothy van der Linden
<Shealiak@XS4ALL.nl> writes:
>Why did your friend want to inform this mailing list of his experiment
>while it still is in a premature phase (it has been running only 3 
>This list can't function if we can't have more exact data or theory.
>The availability of infinite obtainable energy in a small container 
>make a large part of the subjects of this list useless. This is not a
>problem, however such devices need more backup than a single 
>friend who "believes" that it will work. Only freedom of information 
>necessary through a patent) about the device will serve as enough 
>This mailing list can't function in any other way.
>If your friend merely did want to ask how he could avoid rapid cooling 
>the device in space, then the answer is simple: Insulation.
>But of course the propulsion system we need should release enough 
>per second to accelerate a heavy starship. The heating of the device 
>only be a fraction of the power compared to the power needed for 

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