Monthly Archives: November 2014

Is A Pad Necessary?

The latest news about SpaceX (http://qz.com/302648/see-the-floating-rocket-landing-pad-spacex-went-to-court-to-protect/) is amusing. Well, I am not a rocket scientist so I may be wrong. However, isn’t obvious that a reusable rocket can land in the ocean with a parachute and a skirt buoy, in … Continue reading

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What Is Identity?

According to the Bible, it is continuity. So long as you continue to exist, you maintain your physical identity. Now, that definition makes the technology of resurrection difficult, because a resurrected body may be a different person. In other words, … Continue reading

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What Is Economy?

I am taking a short break from my latest emergency project, so it’s about time to feel a little philosophical. What is economy? Well, it’s not too different from psychology beyond the basic physical and biological needs, which are pretty … Continue reading

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Without, Within

An anti-ship missile must explode inside a battleship to effectively sink it. Therefore, its outer shell must be so strong that laser cannot effectively penetrate it. Its hypersonic speed will reduce a ship’s effective response time to less than 2 … Continue reading

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History Repeats Itself

News like this is somewhat alarming (http://qz.com/297142/this-us-navy-ship-is-now-armed-with-a-drone-killing-laser-beam/). The U.S. is either very cautious or very stupid. They have decades of experience with laser weaponry systems, now pushing down the cost of each laser round below $1. With a few space … Continue reading

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Juicy Is Better

Well, November is half way through so I’ve got to post something just so November won’t be blank. Let’s start with a joke, as I’ve talked too much about international affairs. Since I am working on a few stories for … Continue reading

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