Here's the correct link:
Here's the correct link:
It's good to see that a few fortunate (i.e., very rich) people will get the chance to go out into space. But when will space travel become as cheap as driving to the corner store? The problem with space travel is that the aerospace industry is still using the same chemistry-based propulsion technologies that first gave us the ability to fly. Using rocket propulsion for space flight is dangerous, primitive and extremely expensive. There is no way we are going to colonize the moon or the solar system beyond with chemical rockets.
Be of good cheer, however. The aerospace and energy industries will soon undergo a seismic paradigm shift. A recent reevaluation of our understanding of the causality of motion leads to the inevitable conclusion that we are immersed in a huge lattice of energetic particles. Soon we'll have vehicles that will move almost anywhere at tremendous speeds, negotiate right angle turns without slowing down and without incurring any damage due to inertial effects. Floating cities, unlimited clean energy, earth to Mars in hours, New York to Beijing in minutes. That's the future of energy and travel.
You need to be less of a pompous and condescending asshole. From my perspective, of course. LOL.
Thank you. I wonder if Newton or Calileo would have objected to their work being valued at a mere 5 dollars worth. After all, they were up against centuries if not millenia of scientific research.
Wow. Gonads are rare in these parts. Who would've thunk it?
You know what they say about opinions, don't you? Coming from an attacker who doesn't have the gonads to identify him/herself, that's not exactly very brave of you, is it? Come on, don't be ashamed of who and what you are. I'm the crackpot (LOL) at the link and I'm not ashamed of it.
LOL. The Timecube guy, eh? I ressemble that. At least my comment was not modded -1 Troll. Not yet anyway. A Funny rating is better than nothing.
The four-ton monsters, made of Preseli Spotted Dolerite â" a chemically altered igneous rock harder than granite â" were mined in the Preseli Mountains in Pembrokeshire and then rolled, dragged, and floated the 200 miles to the site on the banks of the Avon in Wiltshire."
Four-ton stones are miniscule compared to the 50-ton trilithons at big Stonehenge or the over 1100-ton Stone of the South at Baalbek in Lebanon.
It boggles the mind that primitive people would want to erect such monumental structures when smaller stones would have been orders of magnitude easier to cut and transport. As the Romans, the Aztecs and the Maya have shown, it's possible to create impressive monuments with smaller stones. In my opinion, some among the ancient priesthoods had secret knowledge of a technology that allowed them to levitate and transport huge stones over great distances. Too bad they died without leaving a record of it. I have excellent cause to believe that the secret of levitation will be uncovered soon.
There is clear evidence that we are swimming in an ocean of clean energy, lots and lots of it. A new form of transportation and energy production technology will arrive soon, one based on the realization that we are immersed in an immense lattice of energetic particles. This is a consequence of a reevaluation of our understanding of the causality of motion. Soon, we'll have vehicles that can move at tremendous speeds and negotiate right angle turns without slowing down and without incurring damages due to inertial effects. Floating cities, unlimited clean energy, earth to Mars in hours, New York to Beijing in minutes... That's the future of energy and travel.
A huge amount of money is spent around the world for new environmentally friendly transportation and energy production technologies. This all well and good but all this money is being wasted. There is a much better way and here is why.
We are on the verge of a breakthrough in physics because there is reason to believe that we are swimming in a huge sea of squeakly clean energy, ready for the taking. A recent reevaluation of our understanding of the causality of motion leads to the inescapable conclusion that we are immersed in an immense lattice of energetic particles. Soon, we'll have vehicles that can move almost anywhere at tremendous speeds and negotiate right angle turns without slowing down and without incurring any damage due to inertial effects. Floating cities, earth to Mars in hours, New York to Beijing in minutes... That's the future of energy and travel.
You don't understand motion even if you think you do.
If at first you don't succeed, you are running about average.