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Offline DD1975 Topic starter
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LHC to get big brother?

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Offline sybershot
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wonders if there thinking of harvesting the anti-mater for new-age space craft.

Posted February 19, 2014, 16:25:22 PM Logged

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wonders if there thinking of harvesting the anti-mater for new-age space craft.

That's what you call forward thinking Syber.  thumbsup  Cheesy

Posted February 19, 2014, 16:43:55 PM Logged

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indeed Data, to be honest I'm not getting any younger and ~dag nab it~ I want to see ant-matter propelled spaceships before I depart this aging body of mine.

Posted February 19, 2014, 16:51:12 PM Logged

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If my memory is working correctly, it would take 2.3 grams (0.08 ounce) of antimatter to get a craft the size of the shuttle into orbit.

Or, at present production rates 10,000 years. Or up production by 10,000.

Unfortunately, there is no antimatter drive. And it would take more energy to make the antimatter than it would take to put a craft into orbit.

Newton's 2nd law of thermodynamics is a bitch.

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