How did the Titanic break in half ?

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  1. river

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    The cold of the water made the steel hull brittle , therefore unmaluable .
     
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  3. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Concepts don't work without prototypes.

    My concept of a chariot being carried to the Moon by swans with gossamer wings also works - in mah heyd!
     
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  5. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    Your idea would be let down by physical realities !

    BSA does not do magic or subjective science , we design things that will and do work by the applied laws of physics .

    Concepts work if the physics works and BSA physics is top of the class and more advanced than competitors .
     
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  7. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    So:
    "I am very smart! Thinking and good diagrams and schematics say everything !"
    "So post them"
    "Uhhhhhh . . . ."

    Love it. You're the most amusing poster on here.
    So unsinkable ship, unsinkable submarine, perpetual motion machine, zero point energy . . . any other fantasies you'd like to have but not explain? How about a Star Trek transporter, or antigravity, or a faster than light engine?
    Why not make it fly, too, and make it out of candy so people can snack while they travel? Oh, and shoot rainbows. Don't forget the rainbows.
     
  8. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    I'm sure you'd love me to just post £20 billion virtual worth of tech information in diagrams and design for free of charge ! (Sarcasm)

    A transporter is an impossible , unrealistic concept .

    An anti gravity craft may be possible with experimentation .

    A faster than light engine , hmmmmm, why not ? Perhaps we could match light speed with the right form of propulsion system and design .

    BSA presently deals with reality designs that have a high percent chance of success rather than a waste of time and effort chasing maybe impossible dreams .
     
  9. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    I neither expect it nor want it from a science perspective, since everything you have posted indicates you don't have any understanding of basic physics. It would be funny - that's about it.
    Coming from a guy who just claimed to have a perpetual motion machine - that's funny!
    It must be legendary in your imagination.
     
  10. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Don't be silly. I've got a perfectly working concept in my head. That's as good as money in the bank.
     
  11. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    Not all thinking is possible and often the impossible such as a transporter is physically impossible . For something to be a good concept it has to have physical realities that can be shown to be factually true .
     
  12. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Yeah, like PMMs.
     
  13. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    PMM's?
     
  14. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Perpetual Motion Machines / Over-unity Machines / Free Energy Machines
     
  15. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    I've not heard that abbreviation before , thanks for the explanation .

    ''Free ''energy as been around since Egyptian times and there is various ways of physics to produce ''free'' energy such as hydro power , solar power etc .

    Perpetual depends on ones definition of perpetual , I don't assume something can last infinitely so I personally consider 100 years + would be quite perpetual .

    Over-unity machines , do you mean breaking the laws of conservation of energy ?

    I consider a transformer already does this .
     
  16. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Yes, there are sources of renewable energy, such as wind and solar. But that isn;t what you'v talking about isit?
     
  17. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    You are correct , I am referring to a more advanced form of renewable energy using the knowledge of physics and design .
     
  18. river

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    Tesla ?
     
  19. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    Tesla was an interesting scientist , good ingenuity . I have my own ideas on alternative energy and the BSA intends to deliver an alternative source .
     
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    Good

    What are your ideas ?

    BSA , is an acronym for what exactly ?
     
  23. Spencer666 Registered Member

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    British Space Association

    Ideas for alternative energy ?
     
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