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Old 01-26-2020, 11:21 PM   #1
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUyU6g-H3uA&t=1s

Imagine that an engine that lasts for 52 Trillion zeros in years.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTToMRvl1P8

New Powerplant which lasts for 52 Trillion zeros in years.
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Heaven can design fantastical technology, but recent budget cuts mean they can only show it off on greaseboards. Something 23:5 ''And a Kiwi shall lead them''
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This is some pretty deep suff right here....



How do you find these things SUBS17......

Can you please stick to some credible sources..... I know he has 11 subscribers and all. It just would be a little better if it was a bit more....mmm....technical.

Where does the steam come from, water? How does this lift 400,000 tones?
Is that including the water needed?

Sounds more like a power plant, they use steam too. They need quite a bit of water to turn into steam that drives a turbine. You need a lot of water for that and water weight. 1 liter of water = 1.00 kilograms.
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How do you find these things SUBS17......

That's Subs in the video. I'm serious. That's him, that's his YouTube channel. He says he's the ArkAngel Daniel. Which is supposedly an upgraded angel. Like, a BMW with all the options or something.
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Where does the steam come from, water? How does this lift 400,000 tones?
Is that including the water needed?
You see, that is fairly easy if your starting point is a cartoonish understanding of what nuclear reactions or power plants are.
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You see, that is fairly easy if your starting point is a cartoonish understanding of what nuclear reactions or power plants are.
Hay, I'm just a simple sentient kind...not in heaven and just asking a simple question.

Forget any pictures then. Where does the steam propulsion come from in this model then?
I'll leave this with you zhukov032186.
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You see, that is fairly easy if your starting point is a cartoonish understanding of what nuclear reactions or power plants are.
The heat box superheats water injected which creates thrust, in space the water injection may not be necessary. Fission is not involved in this process, the Aerospace Craft carries water for take off and re-entry which is a different process when compared to the SpaceShuttle. It slowly descends from orbit.
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Forget any pictures then. Where does the steam propulsion come from in this model then?
I'll leave this with you zhukov032186.
water + 4000 degrees C = Thrust
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That, seriously, is the one part of it that actually makes sense. You heat water, you get steam, which produces thrust, albeit probably not in magic quantities. Everything else about it is just fairy dust. But then, why do I bother?
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