I feel this subject has been taken too lightly.
Flippancy has brought me to my limits.
PLEASE, either discuss the issue I postulate, with civility, or be silent.
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Why would anyone create a machine that had the ability to override its' programming to not kill it's creator (or anyone else for that matter?) Because they can? We can create 'AI' that can be programmed to 'learn', but that isn't what it is actually doing. It is only accumulating vaster amounts of k...
- Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:15 pm
- Forum: The Big Idea
- Topic: Super-strong aluminum as strong as steel
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Researchers have demonstrated how to create a super-strong aluminum alloy that rivals the strength of stainless steel, an advance with potential industrial applications. “Most lightweight aluminum alloys are soft and have inherently low mechanical strength, which hinders more widespread industrial ...
Are we married to using maritime/land based containers? There seems to be a large assortment of Air Cargo containers that weigh considerably less: https://tinyurl.com/y9c8s7pe Also, how about a non-detachable area that the cargo loads into via a port (one container at a time) that, when empty, can b...
To lift a craft this size and magnitude without thrust would require not only enough lift from the gasbags but the other component that, after a quick search of this Forum, only I, Eduardo Blomar, has mentioned; BALLAST . I see no dedicated spaces for the ballast (which I presume would be water) or ...