Greetings. I am but a humble fledgling writer that wants to do a sci fi story.
In my story, the science of space travel revolved around a dangerous technology of endless acceleration. It is possible to travel 1 light year in a straight line instantly, but the ship and its crew will not survive it.
I'm still working on it.
There are other means of FTL travel but it is not always available.
The point is this: Maintaining a constant speed is much more important in the story than reaching top speed.
Anyways, the 1 light year in 3 months is the 'safe' top speed for conventional space travel. What I want to know is what is that speed.
I am not proud of it but I suck balls at math and science.
Please lend some wisdom to this not so smart author.16 AnswersPhysics3 months ago
I was given the privilege of a working visa for japan via a family friend.
I am what you call a low achiever. I have no illusions of ever achieving a high paying desk job.
As such, I'm aiming for high paying dirty jobs that requires very little educational attainment and very little experience.
Does anyone have a suggestion?
Naturally, the dirtier and more physically taxing the job is, the better5 AnswersJapan2 years ago
Im asking for the top speed. Not the farthest distance traveled.3 AnswersPhysics4 years ago
Is it possible to give him a concussion by rattling his brain?
Is it possible to force his heart to stop via electrocution or maybe a large force applied to his chest?
I know this question doesnt have a correct answer, but it is something that I've been thinking about since I grown more fond of villains than heroes.
Plotting the demise of an invincible hero is surprisingly fun3 AnswersComics & Animation4 years ago
Im currently watching the anime Heavy Object, and a thought crossed my mind: Since giant humanoid-shape robots are scientifically impossible to make, could the Object's be the closest thing that humanity can create with enough scientific breakthroughs?2 AnswersAstronomy & Space4 years ago
In my country, one of the check pilots have a habit of chewing out students for fun. This is one of the questions he uses as an excuse to scream at the poor student for "not knowing your aircraft"
Annoyingly, im next in line for the chopping block. Please help.6 AnswersAircraft5 years ago
If I am correct, it is greek mythology that boasts the largest number of heroes and villains.
But then again, I am not too sure about this since Greek mythology is the only one that I have an acceptable amount of knowledge6 AnswersMythology & Folklore6 years ago