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Can an android be "immune" to electromagnetic forces?
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Most of the technology we have for manipulating electricity at present is narrow bandgap semiconductors based on silicon. It has only been in the last couple of decades that wide bandgap ...

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How big/powerful would your fusion reactor need to be to power the engines of a 32km long starship?
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Since you are willing to imagine nuclear fusion is an already developed science, then you pretty well have to imagine that a few pre-requisite developments have been made as well. Inside a star, ...

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Ejectable heat sinks for spaceships?
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Combat would be the primary reason I would expect to eject mass to dispose of heat. Assume you have energy based weapons. Inverse square law dictates they are a lot more effective at close range. So ...

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