Thanks for the read-moderator.Originally posted by Planetwatcher@May 30 2004, 01:34 AM
Boy this stuff is interesting, but so deep and detailed, and time consuming, I couldn't begin to have time to read it all.
I'm beginning to consider trying to find some way of copying an entire string like this to a diskette. Then perhaps when I'm off work over Christmas break I can sit back and read them, (after also sending my wife on a trip by herself far enough away that it takes her a couple weeks to do all there is to do. But then she would just send me E-mails as long as some of these postings telling me of her travels with details I must remember to stay out of the doghouse.)
As you can tell, I am new to the group. I have not found a way to display images in my posts as they are worth a thousand words so without displayed graphs and images I tend to get a bit wordy explaining my work.
I get an error when I try [ I M G ] http://example. jpg [ / I M G ] without the extra spaces. Can you advise how to display images?
I have a MSN mirror site under my profile listing that I compile my work and links in for future search reference.
Though I like to just chat about science, I prefer doing my rocket science work online as I have done for the past five years. There is nothing like two heads and educated readers reading my work and commenting as peer reviewers letting me know if I have not explained something well enough
Physics by it's very nature is tedious and time consuming even for me so I have to stick to what interests me and enjoy as motivation as my excitement level regarding star travel today is as high as it was when I started in 1963.
I am looking forward to your comments and questions, if yiou can find some time.
My engine patent was only 18 pages long and my publication A Definitive Analysis of Atomic Power is 18 pages. But 36 pages - that is a lot of technical detail to wade through. That is not counting the 100's of pages detailing star travel and mars mission technical requirements some of which is posted here.
I have not posted "A Definitive Analysis ...... " it on this site as it contains detailed images and instructions for constructing my 10 megaton atomic bomb design "Genie Bottler".
I use it to demostrate the need and importance to place tighter security on radioactive metals as the information to construct it is in the public domain. It has been reviewed by the patent office as it contains the first publication of my rocket engine invention establishing by law the date of invention. The U.S. government placed no national security restrictions classification on my bomb or rockets designs.
I would like to post it in this group if I can find a way to display the illustrations, otherwise I may just link to it as needed and if you approve.