Exodus Americanus 254: Retarded Phoenix Rising

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This week ADL-confirmed Hitler clone Andy Warski comes aboard the Houseboat for an absolute SLAMMING good time. You won’t want to miss this one friends!
A new challenger has appeared
The Retarded Phoenix Flies to Portugal
Wu Flu Blues (we are Here)
The Joke as told by Walrus
Neighbors and funny guys
$10 for 6 hours
Roscoe and the Recliner
The Tonka nosho
Bad faith and bad arguments
The challenge of the bull

Holy DiverMX

Remembering The ABSOLUTE Man
Suicide is never the right way, please get help
Finding your way through God
Be thankful for the people who brought you here
Boarish Behavior


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8 comments on “Exodus Americanus 254: Retarded Phoenix Rising

  1. Bingnong

    RIP DMX, the realest nigga out there.
    Roscoe, stay strong. Over the years you became like a brother to me. You’re a strong MF and you’ll do good.
    Walrus, you fucking beast cheers to you.

  2. Unity Ostara

    I had to reboot my life so many times. Kneeling before Christ and removing myself from negative people changed my life so much. I was very close to offing myself. Knew that wasn’t the answer. That and moving out of the ring of hell d/b/a Illinois started an upward spiral.

  3. Unity Ostara

    By the by: we are under curfew in Minnesota since 7PM. FUN FUN FUN!

  4. WhoIsAtlas

    Our Destiny Among the Stars

    In the words of the late Carl Sagan, “A still more glorious dawn awaits, not a sunrise, but a galaxy rise…The sky calls to us, if we do not destroy ourselves. We will one day venture among the stars.” It was estimated, in 1982, that the cost per kilo to place payloads into space would be $0.05, compared to the current average cost of $18,000 per kilo: it is clear that current space technology is far lacking from the visions of the early space age. An Orbital Ring Array of Geosynchronous Wolfram/Tungsten plated N42SH round firing coil guns would be the theoretical best idea for an Orbital Space Defense Network (OSDN); when combined with Space Fountains, and arrays of Orbital Rings that have the capability to move objects to any point on the Earth’s surface, the prospect of colonizing other worlds, next day worldwide shipping, and near limitless electricity move from the realm of science fiction to reality. By combining OSDN, Orbital Ring, and Space Fountain technologies, it becomes cheap and efficient to move materials both to and from Earth, defend Earth in the event it is needed, revolutionize logistics, and mine astrological resources.

    In the realm of super magnets [AKA Neodymium or Rare Earth magnets] the N42SH has the highest operational temperature: this is important due to needing to bind with alloys to make the shell. If a magnet exceeds its operational temperature, it sustains permanent damage; this means finding a Neodymium magnet with an operational range above that of a binding alloy is paramount. While the N52-NIB is the strongest, at a peak residual induction 110.45% that of the N42SH, a peak coercivity 110.16 % that of the N42SH, it only has a maximum operational temperature around 140°C. Conversely, the N42SH has a maximum operational temperature around 200°C, it also has an intrinsic coercivity 181.82% of the N52-NIB. The N42SH has a rating of 42 Oersted (a Gaussian unit used to rate magnets). To put this in perspective, the N42SH is 28 thousand times more magnetic than a Sun Spot. This makes it optimal for using with coil guns, which use electromagnetic pulses to accelerate a projectile.

    Coil gun defensive space stations are optimal compared to explosive powered, tight-beam plasma or laser weaponry. This is because with proper shielding from sunlight, which would be required anyway to prevent damage from solar radiation, the coil would remain super cooled, with the edition of thermoelectric pumps. Remaining super cooled increases performance of the coils and leads to a faster velocity. Explosive powered rounds would require larger shells; this would likely strain the space fountain or space elevator used to transport material to the stations. Tight-beam plasma is problematic due to the energy required to sustain fire is high, and it also produces a higher sustained recoil as it is constantly producing a focused stream of plasma, effectively literally a rocket. Laser based weaponry is the only viable alternative to the coil gun. However, it would require higher energy to sustain a beam than it requires to focus all your energy into salvos of W N42 Shells.

    Being the densest stable element, at 19.35 g/cc, Wolfram would atone for the frail nature of its N42SH core. Osmium, Iridium, and Plutonium are all arguable substitutes; none of these alternatives are viable. Osmium, with a density of 22.6 g/cc, is not only rare at 0.0018 parts per million in the Earth’s crust compared to Wolfram’s scarcity of 1.5 parts per million, making it 833% more abundant, it is also radioactive, making working with it highly dangerous. Iridium, with a density of 22.4 g/cc, has the same problems of Osmium, only worse: at 2 parts per billion in the Earth’s crust, finding enough Iridium, even with space mining, will be hard to find enough. This leaves Plutonium, with a density of 19.84 g/cc, as the only other possible substitute. Unfortunately, Plutonium is highly unstable, and once it reaches a critical mass will fission. This is not ideal when trying to create shells. One problem with Wolfram is its melting point of 3,422°C. However, if you use a technique not dissimilar to Russian Nesting Dolls, bonding the N42SH core with the Wolfram outer shell, it becomes possible.

    As mentioned above the N42SH cannot exceed its operational temperature, roughly 200°C without permanent damage. Luckily, Pewter, an alloy of mostly tin, mixed with approximately 5-10% antimony, 2% copper, bismuth, and silver, has a lowest melting point of 180°C, which is below the 200°C threshold. From there, you can then add a shell of lead over the shell of pewter, and continue this process until you have shell of Wolfram. Think it much like dipping a string into hot wax to make a candle. With this process, it becomes possible to put the hard Wolfram shell onto the fragile N42SH core, thus providing it with the ability to pierce the heavens themselves.

    Piercing the heavens will be much easier when mounted on an Orbital Ring Arrays [ORAs]. Residing in low Earth orbit, Orbital Rings are enormous manmade structures that circle the planet. They can be oriented at any angle, longitude, and latitude, making them ideal for forming arrays. These ORAs can reach any point on the Earth’s surface, and through the use of ‘Space Towers’ [i.e. Space Fountains, Space Elevators, etc.] can lower payloads anywhere. Through the use of maglev trains, powered either by solar or through power transmitted to the ORA from the ground, transporting materials across the globe has never been cheaper.

    ORA technology can also be used to allow not only same day shipping across the globe, but also brings the world closer together with the prospect of intercontinental commutes to be completed in under 3 hours: a world where business trips, from These United States to Asia, could be completed in under a day. Vacation in Europe for American citizens would no longer entail saving up for a week’s long adventure. One could visit Rome for lunch and be home by dinner. The intraplanetary advantages of an ORA are immeasurable, to say the sky is the limit is a massive understatement.

    Not only do ORAs provide intraplanetary advantages, but also lower the cost of space exploration and open the path to intraplanetary civilization. The ORA is key to cheap interstellar travel, the force required to reach escape velocity is only 2g’s, compared with the current 3g’s pulled by launching a rocket into space. The ORA launched spacecraft could be propelled with Magnetic Acceleration Coil technology: reducing launch energy by reducing mass of the spacecraft itself. It is theorized that with an ORA extending up into Lunar orbit, that the trip to Mars, at average distance from Earth, could take as little as 10 days, with the same force as a traditional rocket launch: assuming the only fuel taken is for slowing down when the spacecraft arrives. The best part is, the technologies to build the ORA already exist, the issue is getting funding.

    The ORAs are only half the picture of getting into space; the other half are the Space Fountains. A Space Fountain is a proposed form of extremely tall tower capable of reaching space; it is supported by accelerating and decelerating small magnetic pellets, not dissimilar from ball bearings, around two loops and up and down two vacuum tubes. The lower loop is where energy is added to the pellet stream, much like how the Large Hadron Collider adds energy to subatomic particles. The particle stream is then bent 90 degrees via a strong permanent magnet. From there, the particle stream is sent up a vacuum tube which uses coils to rob the pellet stream of momentum, thus keeping it standing. At the very top of the system is a magnet, held in position by the Orbital Ring that is supported by the particle stream rotating 180 degrees around the magnet. The stream then comes back down through another vacuum tube, which also uses coils to harvest the momentum from the particle stream as Earth’s gravity pulls it back. The stream re-enters the accelerator via a second stationary magnet, and the process continues.

    The Space Fountain has many advantages to current proposed concepts as well as being infinitely better than current rocket technology. The Space Fountains biggest competitor is the Space Elevator; the Space Elevator is highly inferior to the Space Fountain in numerous ways. Firstly, the Space Elevator can only be built on the equator, meaning that there are only a finite number of locations suitable for a Space Elevator, most of which are not suitable socio-economically for such endeavors. The Space Fountain is ideal for ORAs, as they can be built anywhere. Not only that, but the Space Fountain is modular, it can be built as tall or short as is required, and increase or decrease force on the Orbital Ring, by increasing or decreasing the amount of power provided by the accelerator at the base.

    If the system loses power, won’t the tower collapse? Yes, but due to the coils harvesting most of the energy in the system, the tower has over 24 hours before total system failure. In the event of the particle stream being interrupted, the Space Fountain has ~3 hours before total system failure. These two scenarios can be easily prevented by having more than one power supply and having multiple accelerator coils onsite. Given these fail-safes, it becomes nearly impossible to have a total system failure of a space fountain. The ORAs can also be protected from failure of a Space Fountain by having more than required support in each region of the Orbital Ring, so that if one fails, the other[s] can pick up the slack.

    Power can be sent through the Space Fountain to the Orbital ring as well, by adding harvesting coils to the top magnet area. These can also be used to accelerate the pellets on their downward journey, via solar power, to provide more force outward. They can also be used in reverse to rob the pellets of energy and provide more energy for that ORAs. It is a best of both worlds scenario for the use of a Space Fountain over a Space Elevator.

    The biggest advantage of the Space Fountain over the Space Elevator, however, is that the Space Fountain could be built with today’s technology, unlike the Space Elevator. The Space Fountain was conceptualized in the 1980’s, and was later revised to include the vacuum tubes to prevent losses of drag. All the technology for the Space Fountain has been around since the early 1990s. Unlike the Space Elevator, which still requires technologies that we don’t have. The Orbital Ring was originally based around the idea of a Space Elevator. However, I believe the advantages of the Space Fountain over the Space Elevator have been proved thoroughly.

    The importance of space is immeasurable: asteroid/lunar mining, logistics, and militarily. These United States recently introduced a new branch of the military, known as the Space Force. This implies that These United States’ Government is taking militarization of space seriously. However, there is more than just places for guns in space. It is estimated that 11 most profitable mining asteroids have a combined worth of 6,003.37 Billion USD. That’s 18,222$ for every man, woman, and child of These United States. This doesn’t even include the resources found on Luna, which has a very similar makeup to the Earth’s crust.

    Lunar mining is the key to this whole project. With step one being the creation of the Space Fountain to allow easy transportation of mining materials to the Lunar surface. Once the Lunar mining is established, then becomes the task of building the ORAs with materials harvested from Luna. This is the ideal prospect for construction of the ORAs: starting with a single ring, forged with materials harvested off-world. This is because the cost of transporting the raw materials from Earth’s surface into Geosynchronous orbit would be astronomical, pun intended. However, it becomes immeasurably cheaper to transport the raw materials from Luna, as the gravity is roughly 1/6th’s that of Earth’s. Constructing the first Orbital Ring would be the next step of the project.

    The first Orbital Ring could functionally be as simple as a single Iron or Copper wire strung around the world at any longitude, latitude, and angle. This cable would need to be spinning at roughly 11,000 kph for Geosyncnous orbit. At these speeds, the force on the wire becomes a net zero, as the force pulling it back to Earth, is equal to the force required to overcome its momentum trying to tear it apart, commonly miss reference as ‘centrifugal force.’ After manufacture and assembly of the wire, one would add either coils or electromagnet coil hoops, respectively, around the Orbital Ring to create platforms. Once one ring is completed, and you have a solid platform to work from on location, it becomes infinitely easier and cost effective to construct subsequent Orbital Rings.

    The subsequent Orbital Rings could be built closer, further, or same distance from Earth, with different advantages for each. As you get further away from Earth’s surface, it becomes easier to escape from Earth’s Gravity Well. This is because the radius you are traveling becomes much greater, as the equation for centripetal force around an object is F=(mv^2)/r. As the radius increases, the force applied to reach escape velocity is lowered. Whereas, closer to Earth’s surface it becomes easier to get assets from Earth’s surface to the ORA. As this is the slowest part of the journey, it quickly becomes apparent that the quicker something can reach space, the faster it can arrive at its destination. As for Rings at the same distance, they can be interlinked to increase stability and structural integrity. For obvious reasons of wanting to stabilize the first ring, it is most likely that the second ring to be built would be at the same distance as the first ring.

    What happens if the structural integrity of the Orbital Ring is compromised? Well, first off, the ring itself would fly off into space, posing no risk to the population on the ground. The geostationary platforms, however, would fall towards the Earth. While most of these would burn up on their own, the largest of them, could be equipped with explosive charges, allowing them to be blown up into smaller pieces which would in fact burn up upon reentry. As for the Space Fountains below, they have 3 hours until total system failure, which would be ample time to project where they would fall and evacuate the surrounding areas, as mentioned before. However, the likelihood of total system failure of an Orbital Ring becomes moot once you have built the ORA, as if one ring fails, the other Rings would support the damaged ring. The technology is here; the question is when are we going to act. The Space Question is the single most important problem of today’s society.

    By combining OSDN, Orbital Ring, and Space Fountain technologies, it becomes cheap and efficient to move materials both to and from Earth, defend Earth in the event it is needed, revolutionize logistics, and mine astrological resources. The need for us to get out in front of this before someone else does cannot be stressed enough. The time is now, to claim our destiny among the stars.

  5. This is a fantastic episode. I am so happy for Andy.

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