Since, in the real world, Tesla coils are just electrical transformers which don't provide thrust they can't drive a ship so there's nothing more to say.
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Good.The first major problem is that you don't know what a Tesla coil does.That called spamming dude.
There's no point to any further discussion until that's sorted out.
In your political correct terms Tesla coil
a form of induction coil for producing high-frequency alternating currents.
Your just being stupid again, are you drinking? being a bot? or just always this much of a fool?
The result is that once they move from the sun's gravitational field to the Earths gravitational field,There is only 1 gravitational field in the universe. It is dominated locally by things like the Sun and the Earth.
The nazi's determined that shooting Jews was having a really adverse affect on their troops. To solve this they established concentration camps to make the disposal of human beings more efficient. This had less psychological impact on their troops and was beneficial to their plans. Was it a good way to proceed?
For the record, I'm using definitions of good and bad that reflect actual quality, rather than a mistaken perception.
The top of the tidal bulge moves at something like 1000 miles per hour at the equator (and near zero at the poles).It is very pleasant to see figures and this is the language of facts and practical mechanics
But it is important to recognise that no water actually moves that fast.
If the tidal hump moves from east to west at a speed of 1000 mph (this is almost supersonic speed)
And on this video it is so
Now we need to find out at what speed from east to west the current flows, at least approximately.
Four tidal hills per day, which move from east to west at a speed of 1000 mph, should create a decent speed.
I'm glad you have now accepted that the conventional answer is the correct one.Because the tide is a passing wave, which produces no net movement of water, and so cannot produce a net movement of shipping.This is the correct answer !!!
In the Atlantic Ocean from east to west, to the Gulf of Maine, a tidal wave moves at what speed.
It is the phase relationship between temperature and CO2 that questions the accepted "wisdom" of anthropogenic climate change.Which is plainly a bit silly.
Ocean AcidificationI'd need to check, but those equilibria are linear functions.
by The Ocean Portal Team; Reviewed by Jennifer Bennett (NOAA)QuoteEven though the ocean is immense, enough carbon dioxide can have a major impact. In the past 200 years alone, ocean water has become 30 percent more acidic
<-- This is a massive blunder by NOAA. It shatters my confidence in "climate scientists".
I think she meant to say that there is 30% more CO2 in the ocean than pre-industrial times.
The statement "30% more acidic" is wrong for 2 reasons:
1) When CO2 (carbon dioxide) dissolves in water only 0.3% of it becomes carbonic acid according to the equation:
CO2(aq) + H2O(aq) <=> H2CO3(aq)
Most of the CO2 simply dissolves in water without making carbonic acid.
2) Carbonic acid is a weak acid with a Ka = 4.2E-04. Meaning less than 1% of that dissociates according to the formula:
H2CO3(aq) + H2O(aq) <=> H3O+(aq) + HCO3-(aq)
You can. but that's not quite the same thing.Quote from: boredchemistx^6 - 531 x^5 + 117475 x^4 - 13859985 x^3 + 919750924 x^2 - 32549480844 x + 479926006560=0Can't you fit 5 arbitrary numbers to a 5th degree polynomial?
...although it's tougher if you insist that the unknown 6th number must be an integer
...and even tougher if you insist that all coefficients must also be integers!