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Dude, posts like this are a exactly what I'm talking about. You have a superiority complex in these science threads yet end up being wrong.
You guys still haven't answered my question. Was I right about the use of the American system of measurement being used along with the metric in the same equation, or not?

Sure I'm, no Einstein. But every day of training I have had in the field screams no, don't do it, stick with one or the other not both.

I never claimed to be an Einstein, my problem with you is that you are treating me like I did.


Because from the sounds of it, you came in here to insult me on the basis of my knowledge of physics. And then now you are saying that I was right in the first place. But your still attacking me.

You are truly full of yourself aren't you?
    
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Enterprise here i come!!!
If you ever learn the neck pinch thing, can you tell us how to do it? I can think of so many useful applications.
    
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Not justifying your math by double checking it, but you realize, of course, that your described 21KT anti matter bomb would weigh 21,000 tons, right? Do you know how completely dead ended attempting to gather that mass of anti matter would be?
Yeah and I have no problem with that, by the time we can make 21kt of anti-matter, wi will surely have some way to "negate" its weight. And well, in space it wouldn't really matter.

We won't (ever?) be able to make a 21kt AM bomb anyways ^^.
Edited by MacA - 5/5/11 at 6:16am
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Angels and Demons.

That is all.
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Angels and Demons.

That is all.
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Great, This is getting closer to that movie "Star Trek: First Contact" when the first warp ship gets flown and gets some alien attention that will be the end of World War 3....

It will be a while yet I guees.... We still haven't got anything like Impulse Drives
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You guys still haven't answered my question. Was I right about the use of the American system of measurement being used along with the metric in the same equation, or not?

Sure I'm, no Einstein. But every day of training I have had in the field screams no, don't do it, stick with one or the other not both.
You're right from a scientician perspective, but it seems like a perfectly acceptable equation from a guy that took freshman physics ten years ago. The equation I think was right; outside of the jumbling of units.

From a practical point of view NASA and the ESA like to mix systems of measurement and crash probes into Mars and Venus. They do it all the time.
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It will be a while yet I guees.... We still haven't got anything like Impulse Drives
Ion thrusters are actually have been used a few NASA probes.

The Dominion and Iconian use ion thrusters for their impluse drives.


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Yeah and I have no problem with that, by the time we can make 21kt of anti-matter, wi will surely have some way to "negate" its weight. And well, in space it wouldn't really matter.
It would still matter (pun not intended) in space.... object still have mass. It will still require force to accelerate/decelerate 21kt of anti-matter.
Edited by DuckieHo - 5/5/11 at 8:03am
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Ion thrusters are actually have been used a few NASA probes.

The Dominion and Iconian use ion thrusters for their impluse drives.
Unlike the movies though, Ion thrusters take years to build up speed
Sometimes things turn out a little differently than the movies.
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