Super-Planck Powers by the Light String Christmas Tree Sail.

Super-Planck Powers by the Light String Christmas Tree Sail.

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In this book, we consider collisions of two opposing gridded conical space-sails or arrays of gridded space-sails for which both sails or arrays start out in opposing or potentially opposing velocity vectors and which are otherwise substantially identical in mass, dimension, and shape. However, the sails are assumed to be made of Cold Dark Matter with respect to one another. For example, one sail may be fabricated from Standard Model Matter while the other sail is made of the Mirror Model Matter analogue or perhaps some form of Minimally Supersymmetric Standard Model matter or perhaps any levels of Extended Supersymmetric Model forms of matter. Immediately before collision, one sail would peel inside out starting from the base of the sail but where the folded portion of the sail would be close to parallel in length with respect to the velocity vector of the sail. The end result is an inside out sail of the same invariant mass, proportions, shape, and materials of construction as the original sail state. Thus, the two sails would become enmeshed in space-time in a manner similar a cone stacked nearly on top of but actually within the same space of another cone. The one important caveat is that some mechanism would exist in distributed cellular form within one sail to convert said sail into a material composition that would be highly interactive with the oncoming opposing sail. Thus, the explosive release of energy would occur over the background reference frame time scale equal to the time it takes light in vacuu to travel the invariant mean free path length of the interacting and colliding constituent particles divided by gamma. The division by gamma is required due to Lorentz length contraction of the sails in the background reference frame thus resulting in reduction in the distance between the atoms or other particles along the direction of travel by a factor of gamma. For ordinary carbonaceous supermaterials, the invariant mean free path is on the rough order of the width of the constituent atoms for electrons and to a lesser extent also that of the atomic nuclei of the atoms. In reality, the mean free path of the atomic nuclei would be equal to the square of the ratio of the width of the atom and the width of the atomic nucleus. However, immediate disruptive interaction of the atomic nuclei with the oncoming atomic electron clouds may reduce the effective mean free path to the width of a typical atom. Neutronium style materials of composition would definitively have a mean path-length of the apparent widths of the neutrons in the background reference frame along the direction of travel. Quarkonium style materials of composition would definitively have a mean path-length of about equal to the apparent widths of the constituent quarks in the background reference frame along the direction of travel. Extreme control and timing of the gridded sails and/or arrays is essential in order to ensure proper enmeshment of the sails or arrays materials of composition. This stringent caveat thus being understood is assumed to be attainable given enough future time for technological development.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 70 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 4.06mm | 231.33g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507630395
  • 9781507630396