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Sorry, I’m not good wit this.Okay so the reason I got caught up was because I was using well defined and established physics and principles (Pair Production, Electro-Magnetic manipulation and Induction, Antimatter etc.) to theorise an idea for an alternative photovoltaic method.

Neutronium doesn’t even have and agreed upon definition and the most scientific understanding of it implies that it’s existence outside of an imense gravitational field (the minimum gravitaional field required to overcome electron-degenerative pressure) seems to contradict the application that he has in mind.I don’t dicredit him at all (as I said earlier) just as I can’t discredit the existence of God. You also seem to have missed the point that it was sarcasm. Originally Posted by Strange Originally Posted by ChaosD.Ace Originally Posted by billvon Well, sure, there are a few minor technical problems. few?MINOR?Praised be the lord!Neutronium is a cool material, and I supose you could use it as shields for gigantic intergalactic starships, but not anytime soon.

It’s an anihilation not an explosion, (intense release of high energy photons, mostly gamma ray photons). Now imagine multiple pistons on the suit. Originally Posted by Dywyddyr Originally Posted by ChaosD.Ace Oh, So you see science fiction as time dependent, as in any device that has not yet been physically produced is science fiction, Is that right?.I’ve allways viewed Science Fiction (or more specifically fiction in general) as impossible, period. Oh, So you see science fiction as time dependent, as in any device that has not yet been physically produced is science fiction, Is that right?.I’ve allways viewed Science Fiction (or more specifically fiction in general) as impossible, period. Originally Posted by ChaosD.Ace It is extremely hard, theorized to be harder than diamond, however it cannot exist outside of that star because as soon as you take them outside of the neutron star (for engineering purposes) the immense gravity at the center of the star no longer holds the neutronium together and the strong nuclear force does not apply here, so the neutronium will simply disintegrate.

You brought up one issue that encompasses only half of my Idea, and I changed it, thats why I started that post anyway, to ask a question and get answers from people like stanley514 who directed in an alternate direction.Feel free to ask me questions (on the other post hough) about my idea and I will answer them as accurately as I can, with some research too if I can find relevant articles.In the meantime I will wait for his answers to my questions. Originally Posted by ChaosD.Ace Please direct me to an article that explains neutronium pistons. Again How do you plan on using EM radiation or particle to particle anihilation to produce enough thrust to lift something so heavy?

Originally Posted by billvon Digging a massive hole in the earth – that’s a feature, not a bug! What?Who knew Tony Stark was secretly evil.Where should I start, this is not one of those wholes you get from a digger or a driller, this is appocalyptic stuff, tis is a whole and a gravitational field which will warp the crust of the planet if not the core, probably induce a localised time dilation field, probably send earth out it’s orbit, but I guess if your lucky and place the neutronium in the right spot you can allways crash the earth into the sun, no biggy.How do you plan on shielding these effects?——————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Originally Posted by billvon Well, sure, there are a few minor technical problems. few?MINOR?Praised be the lord!Neutronium is a cool material, and I supose you could use it as shields for gigantic intergalactic starships, but not anytime soon. Sorry, I’m not good wit this.Okay so the reason I got caught up was because I was using well defined and established physics and principles (Pair Production, Electro-Magnetic manipulation and Induction, Antimatter etc.) to theorise an idea for an alternative photovoltaic method. Double standards?

And I answered you with valid science, and another guy agreed, and it was one small problem that we all agree requires some advancement in the tech power, but the principle (extracting energy from a positron) is sound and valid. Well I guess we all speak in the same terms now, still though science fiction can carry some dissmisive connotations. Since most are emitted at high energies they could provide a lot of power.When it comes to the positrons, anti-circuit is probalby misleading, I don’t mean a computer chip made out of antimatter (and the positron is conducted trough it as anti-electricity (that is possible), I just meant any mechanism that could extract the kinetic energy of that positron, and the last poster mentioned MHD generators which I am reading about, and that electro-magnetic fields can beused to direct those positron’s through (for example an MHD). You said: Originally Posted by billvon antimatter powered piston Originally Posted by billvon Antimatter explosions drive the two piston segments apart.

But as long as we’re going with theoretical technologies, antimatter powered neutronium pistons are going to be a lot stronger than artificial muscle fibers. I was just pointing out that in one thread you were suggesting the use of non-existent, and currently impossible, technology (aka science fiction). Whut?Science fiction usually (especially in the “Golden Age) relie[s/d] on devices that were/ are (at least thought to be) plausible.In fact one “rule” is that an author is allowed only one “implausible/ impossible divide”.As for “fiction in general” being impossible… you do know that, for example, Bernard Cornwell writes fiction? Which parts of the saga of Richard Sharpe do you consider to be impossible?For that matter, which parts of Silence of the Lambs (or any crime fiction) is impossible?

Or of Jack Ryan’s adventures?Impossible != unlikely.Likewise impossible != didn’t actually happen but could well have done. Hold up, we obviously think differently.What’s your definition of Science Fiction? Okay so lets approach this idea you have.

Specifically I refer to neutronium being used for engineering in things such as pistons, even more specifically in the iron-man suit. Or anything that can only exist in the imagination. While in this thread you seem to object to someone else doing the same thing. Instead I am researching what somebody else posted as an alternative method of extracting energy from positrons.I did’nt get prissy over the techniqual arguments you made (like I said I worked with them), I got prissy because you called it Sci-Fi since we didnt have the same meaning of the term.How were they the same problems?

He is trying to use a material whose properties contradict the purpose he has in mind for it (at least on our scale, if you zoom out to the point where neutron stars are the size of atoms then I suppose it would work). So the material these pistons are made from is neutronium, as in the normal metal in a normal piston is just replaced with neutronium right?So lets assume you manage to hold neutronium outside of a neutron star in a size small and even large enough for a small piston and a supermassive piston. You either take the whole star or you take nothing.

Or anything that can only exist in the imagination. How do you plan on overcoming this slight shortcoming?2) It’s theorised density is 4?1017 kg/m3 so if you somehow manage to get it in a small enough piston component shape (let’s say based on the iron-mans armour dimensions roughly a component with a volume of 2.2 x10-5 m3) one piston would weight roughly 8800000000000 kilograms. How do you plan on using this intense release of electromagnetic energy to drive the two piston segments apart?Because the way I see this going is Boom, anihilation, gamma rays are released, absobed by neutronium (since it’s so dense), maybe trigger neutron decay, and POW!…….nothing happens.Or perhaps your thinking of accelerating the matter and anti matter so fast that they anihilate into slightly heavier/more particles, if so How do you plan on:1) Accelerating them that fast?2) To achieve a pressure high enough to to push something that weights a value to the power of 12 kilograms?

Originally Posted by billvon Antimatter rockets. Originally Posted by Strange Originally Posted by ChaosD.Ace Please direct me to an article buy custom essays writing service
that explains neutronium pistons. And yet when others pointed out the same problems with your ideas you got all prissy about it. Likewise if you produce an antigravity field, and thus use neutrons with negative mass instead, since antigrativity attract negative mass and repels positive mass it still wouldn’t work because an antigravity field would have to have an equivalent strength on the antigravity scale and that repulsive force would also ultimately destroy earth. I suppose you think it is a science fiction concept.

And yet when others pointed out the same problems with your ideas you got all prissy about it. Originally Posted by ChaosD.Ace Oh, So you see science fiction as time dependent, as in any device that has not yet been physically produced is science fiction, Is that right?.I’ve allways viewed Science Fiction (or more specifically fiction in general) as impossible, period. Air is used as the matter. My link to anti-hydrogen was also to show that this principle is not just possible, It does not violate physics and electromagnetic containment has already been achieved.So when you called it sci-fi I thought you were saying it was a load of BS and would never work.When it comes to this thread my issue is not his idea, is that the science and principles he is basing it on partly don’t exist/are not well established enough to be applied to much. Besides I’ve abandoned the concept of the anti-circuit, because of the issues you guys brought up and there’s no need for it anymore.

Please direct me to an article that explains neutronium pistons.And try to remember we are talking about the iron-man suit (or even the nanosuit I suppose) Whut?Science fiction usually (especially in the “Golden Age) relie[s/d] on devices that were/ are (at least thought to be) plausible.In fact one “rule” is that an author is allowed only one “implausible/ impossible divide”.As for “fiction in general” being impossible… you do know that, for example, Bernard Cornwell writes fiction? Which parts of the saga of Richard Sharpe do you consider to be impossible?For that matter, which parts of Silence of the Lambs (or any crime fiction) is impossible? Or of Jack Ryan’s adventures?Impossible != unlikely.Likewise impossible != didn’t actually happen but could well have done. Or anything that can only exist in the imagination. Double standards?

Well, sure, there are a few minor technical problems. I suppose you think it is a science fiction concept. I didn’t violate any laws of physics and some of the other’s agreed with me even if a little skeptic.I’m not unrealistic, I’m not saying it will exist now, I was just asking if the produced electrons could be used directly for electricity. Originally Posted by ChaosD.Ace Originally Posted by billvon Well, sure, there are a few minor technical problems. few?MINOR?Praised be the lord!Neutronium is a cool material, and I supose you could use it as shields for gigantic intergalactic starships, but not anytime soon. I just need some clarifications.Lets take this slow.My original issue as stated is neutronium cannot exist outside a neutron-star grade gravitational field, which of course will depend upon the mass of the star (number of neutrons in that neutron star), so1) If you take out enough neutronium that field will no longer be strong enough to hold the neutrons in the star together and that star will dissipate allong with the neutronium you extracted, thus neutronium does not exist in smaller quantities than that found in the smallest neutron star.

Originally Posted by Strange You also seem to have missed the point that it was sarcasm. How do you plan on overcoming the weight issue?”Due to ? decay of mononeutron and extreme instability of aforementioned heavier “isotopes”, neutronium is not expected to be stable under ordinary pressures” extrtact from wikipedia.——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————- Originally Posted by billvon made of neutronium is superior even to that! Okay.

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