How did the Titanic break in half ?

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  1. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    About ships , poor quality design and engineering etc .
    I've already ''shown off'' my engineering skills with the ''T'' fitting , this allows a water pressure to make the fixture even stronger .
     
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  3. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    No, I am saying you did not know the nautical term for the concept you were describing so you used a lot of tortured language to try to explain your idea. It was a good indication that you had never even researched the subject.

    Imagine having a pilot lecture you on how good a pilot he was, but he didn't know the terms for ailerons, elevators or rudders, and didn't understand concepts like accelerated stall or ground effect. You'd know he was lying about his skills.
    It's not my terminology. It's basic nautical terminology.
    You have shown us quite clearly that you know very little about physics. Case in point - you don't even understand why water "doesn't fly off the Earth."
    Apparently from all your posts on this thread, it concerns you a great deal.
     
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  5. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    It is a running gag.

    Spence is a sock for a banned member, who has come back to try to disrupt SciFo but is instead providing a source of entertainment.
     
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  7. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    You are talking in a sense of general design and terminology where as my approach and terminology is scientific using terms such axis's and planes etc .


    We could just say the deck of a ship is the flat line if were speaking in general rather than trying adding specialist terms such as a flat line plane which of course is a 2d version opposed to a 3d version .
     
  8. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    ?????????

    I have an unsinkable ship and many other designs of greatness using scientific principles . I have demonstrated my engineering skills in metal work and construction .

    FYI , I have already given the British Military several new marvelous concepts which they applaud .
     
  9. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    OK, if we're going to play along, you've got to at least try to say plausible things.

    "Lines are planes" ... "Lines are, of course, 3D"

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  10. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    Nope. Freeboard is a very specific term used in designing ships, and is tweaked to ensure seaworthiness in heavy seas. It's what marine engineers work on to optimize things like cabin/hold space, stability, seaworthiness, reserve buoyancy etc.

    "Straight lines" "planes" etc are all general terminology. Such terms are often used in place of more specific terms by people who don't understand the specific terms applicable to a specific discipline of design. Again, consider a pilot who did not know what an aircraft yoke was, but instead talked about "the steering wheel thingy." You would think he was clueless when it came to flying - much as you present yourself here when it comes to shipbuilding and physics in general.

    But it is fun to watch.
    You think "flat plane" is a "specialist term?" Now THAT's funny!
    Scientific designs of greatness - like things made from "flat planes?"
    Did you once use metal studs to put up wallboard? (Sorry, metal bendy thingies that hold up crumbly flat planes.)
    I bet they did applaud when you left.
     
  11. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    It's 3D donchaknow!
     
  12. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    Well ! I could say a quantum alignment of quanta but I'd be sure you'd definitely get lost in the discussion . I sense you are just being awkward as you recognise my flat line is a freeboard .

    AS you recognise a steering thingy ma bob is a flight yoke .
     
  13. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    Right. Because using nonsense $10 words is a sure way to prove that you are real smart.
    Congratulations, you learned something today! Now go pat yourself on the back.
     
  14. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    Correct ! Big words mean nothing in regards to how smart a person is . I could sit here and write a long boring post using the correct literature and terminology but what is the point when I can explain things in simplicity with only a few simple sentences ?


    Thinking and good diagrams /schematics , say everything !
     
  15. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    Which you could have done, if you understood simple terms like freeboard. But since you didn't, you had to use long winded explanations with $10 words to try to get around your lack of knowledge in the field.

    On the plus side, now you do.
    Indeed! Which is why you were unable to post any good diagrams or schematics.
     
  16. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    To give away designs in full detail free of charge some forums could just steal the ideas ?

    Hilarious you think I am going to do that ever again

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    Not only do I have an unsinkable ship design , sounding a sense of irony , the BSA is presently working on an unsinkable submarine .

    Sounds kind of funny but I think it is doable . I may even create the unsinkable ship as a ship and submarine , a vessel that can dive under the huge waves .
     
  17. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    This has run its course and is losing its entertainment value.

    Spence, start a thread on your theories about chem trails, or your ideas for a perpetual motion device.
     
  18. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    The BSA already have a perpetual device and several free energy concepts , I will not disclose free information about BSA's revolutionary technology sorry which I have full rights to use and produce .
     
  19. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    "Concepts" and 5 bucks will get you a coffee at Starbucks.

    Got a prototype? Nope.
     
  20. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    I've an unsinkable ship prototype that works

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    BSA does not create to fail !
     
  21. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    You were talking about free energy concepts.
     
  22. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Or Roswell.
     
  23. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    Our concept for free energy also works , as I said , BSA does not design to fail .
     
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