Monthly Archives: October 2013

Are Killer Satellites Dangerous?

You probably have seen this in movies before. A killer satellite in space shooting laser on victim jet pilots works like an upgraded machine gun. It could be a bit too fast for an unprepared fleet. After all, penetrating a … Continue reading

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How Safe Are Space Islands?

They are safer than your home. With thousands of experts watching them and taking good care of them, they are safer than airplanes, cars and boats. How hard is it to launch a missile to hit one of them? It’s … Continue reading

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Two Beautiful Places To Get Lost

The grass unending up the hills, The billows high and low, The paint of autumn yet to spill Is whispering its flow. A rocky island topped with grass, A handicraft of ice, Of glaciers ages old of past, Is here … Continue reading

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Size Matters!

Among the world’s most powerful air carriers, most are Canadian. In fact, jet engines are so scalable that you can configure them in almost any way you like. Most of the time, you just line them up under the two … Continue reading

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Air Lift Rocks!

After a few more careful calculations, the electromagnetic push really doesn’t work the way it should. I suppose I must confess that Jesus didn’t talk to me. In fact, it’s more like elementary school math. Recall that the speed to … Continue reading

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A New Rocket Engine

Jesus just spoke to me at lunch. Trust me that it’s not hallucination, because He is right. It is not even necessary to have a grand unified theory that works under manageable conditions. The connection between electricity and gravity is … Continue reading

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Mars Or Moon

It truly depends on what we want. Space technology is always tied to a global missile defense strategy. Retaliation must be fast, accurate and deadly to prevent wars and maintain long-term peace. It must be made absolutely obvious that the … Continue reading

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