@9132 Now I don't make vote scams, I just tell people to vote which doesn't count as "a vote scam".
I made vote scams because I didn't have a way to get many votes.
I know, but you mainly make voting scams, like the awsomeness detector. Who knew it would get 157 votes?
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@9132 I think you should play Powder Game 1.
I have works there too.
As of the time I'm commenting this, in Powder Game 1:
I have 23 works.
I have 1,452 total votes.
My average work gets 63 votes.
I am 2nd in monthly ranking (I'm also 2nd in monthly ranking in PG2)
STS was an art god in Powder Game.
Draco, then ΣSigma, was a tech god in Powder Game.
I was a god in Stick Ranger.
The three powers combined made the ultimate trio for a while. I still remember those times so fondly...
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@9132 thx the video is even better than the song XD
@UHAVE2VOTE sry also I just think a lot of little figures doing the flop would be helarius
I like STS. Too bad he doesn't play anymore.
That's a good idea, but I'm bad at phones. I have an iphone 4, and that's not even enogh to have updates on have my apps because ios 7
And powder game 2 app addition would probably be over ios 7
Possibly, but the only thing density affects in this circumstance is how spread out the force of gravity is.
@*lots of more numbers*
I'm used to it. When STS was here, the occasional random person would say how much they loved him and his uploads while I was right there.
Actually, I would prefer the Powder Game 1 app to include PG2. No sense in creating or downloading an entire second app that has most of the same mechanics.
@danstroyer because I'm not working on it, and it's kind of a weird idea.
P.S. I work more on Powder Game uploads, that's why my PG2 uploads are "worse".
There is an app its called powder toy
@UHAVE2VOTE y will it be so long until my octillery is ready? also can u make a bunch of ppl doing the flop? (that would be so funny)
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Anyone else want this game to be an app game too?
Ironically, I used to look at his projects for inspiration (no offence meant Σsigma). ;)
Imagine a non-opened soda can. Lets say the soda can is a part of space. Now, if you see, if you crumble the pressurized soda can, it's smaller, but pressurized. And I do believe there is some mass in the wormhole that is kind of the pressurized soda can.
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Or StarTrekSpock. ; )
I'm going to have to contact Spock about this! :)
Yes, I know about wormholes and understand how they work.
But don't they involve mass in some way, like with black holes?
Basically in real life, Dilithium is two lithium atoms bonded together. In vapor form, about 1% of lithium gas is in the dilithium form.
Dilithium does actually exist, but its quite different from the fictional material
Well, according to the original Star Trek episodes all you really need is some dilithium crystals... *thumbs up*
I was under the impression that wormholes are just an explanation for black holes' supposedly infinite mass, when exactly did we find one outside of science fiction?
I do remember CERN doing what ended up being a time-travel experiment, it involved a photon that they accelerated so fast in a circle that it randomly deflected off course. The best hypothesis at the time was that the photon was interfering with it's own past trajectory.
Also, if you watched the movie about wormholes, you may find specific clues about how they work. And Dracobot, thats how a wormhole works. It is a bend in space that you can travel through.
It worked, but we can't control where we go or when we go.
We still don't know for sure that wormholes can allow for time travel, but it'd be pretty cool if that works someday.
I actually have my own theories about time travel which could be a bit more feasible if the wormhole thing doesn't work out, but it would have its own restrictions.
There is wormholes, but they tear ships apart. They also allow time travel!
Is there any possible way that we know of that bends space other than adding and taking away mass?
Why dont we give NASA more funding so we can develop a warp drive, EM drive, antimatter energy, etc.? For eveyr $1 we drop into NASA, our GDP gains $10 from technologies developed by NASA. The moon landing helped get us personal computers for example.
I was originally going to make a s-ball wave machine which lets you choose a s-ball wave, but I ended up with the s-ball show by accident.
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AFAIK warp drives don't exist yet, the background science for folding space mechanically doesn't exist yet. Meanwhile, NASA just got done with the first round of tests for the EM drive and couldn't prove that it doesn't function as advertised- even if they're not quite sure how. (My bet is on the microwaves becoming particles at some point when they're not observed within the cone, thus having the mass to cause impact force and push the drive forward but becoming massless waves again before leaving and appearing to violate Newton's Second Law- or some other quantum mechanics bullsihterry like that, every science even approaching that stuff sounds like handwaving for magic.)
Dracobot: Forces that act as a vector in both directions (gravity, tension, magnetism) are typically not feasible as sources of energy, because they take just as much energy to set up as they can maximally generate by reaching equilibrium, some of which is then lost when converting to electricity. If you wanted to harvest gravity, you'd need a source of high potential energy, like catching meteorites as they fall or something, which seems a lot less reliable than solar energy.
Well..., we should not forget to add a Warp drive. ;)
why you make only glow art ?
I've always wondered if there was a way to harness forces that pretty much existed no matter what, like a gravity-powered engine or something. We can apparently obtain solar energy, but it's not something to rely on.
Yeah he was pretty existing.
Remember that guy Scythertom?
Why not both? Solar sails don't have launching capability, EM drives are largely being hailed as the replacement for rockets.
I have a better idea, lets have huge photon sails instead of EM drives.
A good idea to get energy for that involves hydrogen, pressure, heat, and control mechanisms. We already harnessed the power of fusion for our destructive tendencies. Now we should harness it to produce energy... if we can.
Oh wait, that machine DOES require electric input? I thought it just spontaneously generated microwaves which created thrust.
....what's going up in here now?
Haha, I hope Lightning_Lord is ready for everyone directing their "Powder Game ideas" at him now that the modding capability is public.
@minsheme idk it was the powder games b-day nobody told me :(
so il be happy if it doesn't shoot from its mouth and just has a big line of ice ie using ice beam but be sure to say for Daniel and squidnugget because the team needs nuggets (and squids)
Did anyone here celebrate the 5th birthday of this game a week ago?
Idea! Use crystal to contain the lava.
And don't forget to use joint to hide the mechanics. ; )
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pls no. the divide between PG1 and PG2 had enough effect on the traffic. I'd still rather we just had either PG1 or PG2 for the sake of more traffic.
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AD... you can't provide "infinite thrust". Any thrust the EM drive generates requires an input of electrical current, which will always be higher than the amount of current it could generate by harvesting the thrust. That's like plugging a flashlight into a solar panel and trying to get infinite energy by shining the light onto the panel. I absolutely cannot believe we're having this foolish argument again after physicists settled this literally hundreds of years ago.
If you can provide infinite thrust, you can harvest the thrust to generate energy. Attatch it to a windmill or something.
But hey, we have fossil fuels to rely on for the next few centuries, and nuclear after that.
I believe in perpetual motion. Yes, I do know about Newton's laws.
@4783937279458294: "EM drive" isn't code or whatever for something that generates energy, it's a potential fuel-less propulsion method for space travel that amazingdude thinks can be harnessed for energy.
@danstroyer Anyways, good idea.
@danstroyer Well, lava can destroy many elements unless I have to use "Block" which might make it look ugly.
Here's are new EM drive: water hits wheel, wheel turns and and brings it back up, well..., that isn't that just to good to be true. :)
Let's see, the new argument is about perpetual motion? You got to be kidding me!
And contain it how?
@UHAVE2VOTE I understand but u can use lava to make a shiny octillery so u don't have to use
Actually, probably bigger than that in order to get any really noticeable effects.
Although you would need them as big as windmills.
And I should change my text color. Is this better?
Magnets use magnetical energy, so it isn't entirely "free". Using big enough magnets may work.
AD: That magnet thing wouldn't work, and doesn't work. Many people have tried it. If it worked, we'd have been using it to power trains and carriages since the 1800s.
There are many youtube videos of supposed magnet-based free energy generators, but these are either demonstrable hoaxes with hidden motors, or just devices no better than a wheel which would slow to a stop under any friction.
The idea of free energy goes against the most basic concepts of entropy. At best, you can just increase the efficiency of energy generation, but some energy will always be lost. If you want to see compelling (but still impossible) ideas for perpetual motion devices, you should look to what actual physicists have designed as thought experiments, like the Brownian Ratchet.
For an indefinite amount of time? Probably not, because of the laws of thermodynamics.
But if quantum mechanics can contradict Newton's Third Law, I suppose anything is possible.
Well, you can still try. There might be a way to do it. For example, joint everything? That makes most unstable elements stable.
@amazingdude: EM drives require a source of microwaves to function, and every test done has uses artificial microwaves from electricity and a portion of that function was naturally wasted as heat like every other reaction; so getting energy out of this is like piping some of the water from a watercooler to use as coolant, and then pouring the part that didn't evaporate back into the top of the cooler and claiming it creates water. It would only "generate" power if that microwave source was natural but there's probably better uses for natural microwaves than a windmill in space. (Spacemill?)
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Remember that magnet engine a few months ago? There must be SOMETHING that can provide free energy.
I never posted the great debate backup here, so I'll do so. I'll probably post it once a week, the idea is that the debate would be less lkely to be lost entirely if the backups contain other backups.
Make that three, counting yours :p
2 comments at the same minute?
@danstoryer Sorry, Dracobot told me that it will be unstable and reactive.
Remember, there's no such thing as "free energy".
I was thinking thrust onto a turbine that collects energy, if it can get past the static friction. Get a sh,itload of these together and we'd have a steady source of power.
That seems feasible.
Opens up a file, "Hmm...," pause, "Hmm...HMM.., AH!" looks straight at you, "oh, sorry, wrong file." takes another file from his desk, "Here we go! Let's see..., umm the EM drive looks like Swiss cheese, ah I see they were going mach ten and took a header to the ground" Flips through some pages, "Oh, the owner says that it works pretty well as a microwave."
Whats the condition of used?
Shuffles through dusty files, "Let's see..., Ah! Would you like your EM drive new or used? If you buy two it comes with free two day shipping"
I love your Psychadelic Bars! I know how to make them, but i couldn't help but say it was beautiful. I voted twice!
squidnugget is my octillery
u spelled octillery correctly ps. I need u to put: for dan and squidnugget
How much is an EM Drive? LoL.
I repeat what I said earlier.
I challenge you to talk about something that hasn't been discussed before.
There's a reason why we don't talk about it.
We send the materials to build a launch pad, rocket parts, etc. so that we can launch multiple rockets without having to worry about getting them there. By this time we should be able to deliver cargo to the moon relatively easily. I think we could probably do it without a permanent colony.
This is related to the powder games because it is in the powder game comments. :P
I doubt it, by all reports, the thrust it generates is somewhat inefficient compared to standard jet propulsion. The important thing is that the EM drive doesn't need fuel to function, which means an EM drive vehicle design wouldn't be weighed down by fuel tanks and so would require less energy/material to launch and accelerate in a vacuum.
How is this related to the Powder Games?
Could we use that to generate energy? I would totally support this.
You also have to launch stuff from earth to get to the moon, so it kinda defeats the point. Unless we get a fully selfsustaining moon colony, which will also need to get people there.
Another great thing about a colony on the moon is we could launch rockets from the moon, which would be way easier as 1. you dont have to deal with an atmosphere and 2. lower gravity.
My understanding is that it's a copper cone that you bounce microwave radiation into and somehow that creates thrust; so it's a purely electric rocket.
The first round of testing has been done and while nobody understands how exactly it works (this thing is in violation of Newton's Second Law by not throwing anything out the back end to move forward.) NASA was unable to prove it didn't work and so Russia and China have started on their own prototypes and if the mad science continues to pan out we're basically guaranteed several space-mines in the next few years.
I dont really know what an EM drive is. Someone give me an ELI5?
We're running out of He-3. Support.
Also, if we increase NASA's budget, we could set up a helium mining colony on the moon, which would be helpful because that helium (specifically Helium-3) could be used to power some other machines, and it could be used for other things helium is used for.
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