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    Autonomous satilite

    Maybe As A Missle Defence Shield Sort Of Thing?
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    Antimatter questions

    If antimatter has gravity, then it can collapse into an anti-black hole. If an anti-black hole and a black hole collide (assuming equal mass), would they neutralize each other, neutralize part of their mass giving the rest of the mass enough energy to escape the gravity well, or ? If there...
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    Harnessing energy from gravity

    You do know that aether doesn't exist?
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    Antimatter questions

    I just hava a few questions about antimatter. Does it have gravity? Can you compress it into a singularity?, and if so what would happen if you were pulled towards it? Does it have entropy? Could you use it to destroy black holes? An isotope of carbon(C-22?) decays and produces antimatter...
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    Powered Armor?

    The many uses for a very small atomic reactor.. :)
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    RTG Plans needed.

    Trimium, but americium produces more ions and lasts longer
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    Powered Armor?

    This thread is quiet.... what happened to all the people?
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    When will computer hardware match the human brain?

    The first computers were analog :cool: But i think it would be more like bio-neural circutry (as on Star trek(little c thingy) Voyager)
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    Difference between a Gravity Well and a Black Hole

    Black holes are formed by anything massive enough to stop light from radiating from escaping. Two neutron stars coliding Two other black holes Large star goes nova Thats all i can think of now
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    Microwave propulsion

    RF fields have an E and a H field the E field is electric, the H field is magnetic. They are both weak, but they do exist, and they interact with things (like your radio's antenna)
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    Kate spilled black ink on her white dress.

    Anybody have a dictionary file (.txt please) Brute force attack, anyone?
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    Discover Your Past Life

    I'm checking the javascript code which runs it (all programmed, nothing supernatural) If i feel like it, later i [B]would[B] debunk this one (probabilistic screening, ect) But i don't feel like it right now :frown: Anybody else (who can program), want to try it? (it gets boring after the...
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    Help with writing a program

    Try looking for the combo bar html tags, and use a spider to crawl the URL's found in the bar.
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    Calculators New anti-spam sceme

    Did you know that if anybody used bysononian(probabalistic, sp?) spam filters (or any), all the spammers would go out of buisiness; ie Bankrupt (read: No spam).
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    Automated data collection from the net database

    load into array(single dimentional, one cell per character) open "C:\Textfile.txt" for output as #1 for x = 2 to ubound(array()) - 2 if isnumerical(array(x)) then if isnumerical(array(x + 1)) then if isnumerical(array(x + 2)) then if isnumerical(array(x - 1)) then...
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    VB - Data Collecting Program

    What versian of VB are you using? e-mail me I may be able to help.
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    When will computer hardware match the human brain?

    I vote soon! (and transisters have more then 2 states, it is an analog devise-within limits, and its range is about half as much as a nauron-Push-pull anybody?)
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    Alein space craft, propulsion

    I will answer your questions and find the validity of your 'ideas' in the order of you asking them. 1. No 2. No, but massive magnetic fields have been used to levitate a frog 3.a No b No c No 4. Wrong concept 5. No 6. Wrong concept Those were the obvious questions/ideas. None of your...
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    Autonomous satilite

    What do you think about the idea? (FSM meets satilite?)
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    Rings of Health

    Humans are not magnetic They are not affected by magnetic fields (Atleast perminent magnetic fields) If they were then doesn't an MRI magnet have incredible magnetic strengths (capible of bending metal, having people fly because of steel implants, ect) yet nothing has been noted about it...
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    Can The Matrix be TRUE?

    Can "the matrix" be true? Yes... Would we know it? No... Because the computer running it (probably distributed computing, like the grid) Would detect a sizable amount of distortion (between a perfect simulation and its simulation, usually in small areas and only large enoough to be noticed)...
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    Urgent- Physics coursework on sensing

    T = Timesoundcameback - Timesoundleft D = S * T S = 1404.3 + 4.7T - 0.04T^2 speed works from 15-35 degrees C at maximum error of 0.18ms. use filters and a positive feedback op-amp to detect the pulses. use an LC filter to detect the apropriate frequency, use an op-amp with positive...
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    Different colored light on solar panels?

    Solar cells only use multiples of there absorbtion frequency, all other energy is dumped as heat. Some types of solar cells absorb blue light so, if you gave it red light, it takes a lot of potons to move the electron, so it generates verry little energy/light used if you gave it UV...
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    Computer energy conservation

    With a modification to the PSU and a few peltiers, you can get the computer to recycle some of its wasted heat. You could also turn your computer off while not in use.
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    The machine that invents

    These could be quite usefull, Just imagine a game, where your adversaries can learn and grow. Make a 'Deciding' Neural net, which decides which cource of action is the correct one (FSM, in a ches game a minimax tree) And give the second neural net a 'memory' (link outputs to inputs), And it...
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    What kind of radiation does a CRT/TV monitor emit?

    Crt moniters and cell phones are FINE the VLF and ELF emitions are nothing dangerous, and there isn't enough voltage (on the screen inside the crt) to give anything more then a blue pixel. Look at the screen REAL CLOSE and you can see tiny little pixels, they are made of phospherous and are...
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    Planetside playstation 2 version?

    Yes somebody has played the game. Ask them I have no idea
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    Moon/Mars - just go !

    The moon is neither empty nor hollow, it is desolate, unless you want to mine bauxite! It has a mantle layer and a solid crust, with no atmosphere. Hopefully that is cleared up.
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    How efficient radiosignals are

    on long wavelengths horizontal dipoles are predominantly used, for short wavelengths yagi's, and vertically polerised dipoles are used. It does not matter what his definition of an 'ordinary antenna' is, as long as they are using the same antenna, with the same polerisation and are not using...
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    Engineer Vs Scientist

    I am a scientist and an engineer, so i cannot reply with any difinitive explanation.