Fri, 28 Jul 2000 17:57:45 -0500
Minovsky jsut worked out the physics for (cold?) fusion and discovered
the particles that would bbare his name. i don't know if he had any
direct input on the minovsky reactor that used minovscy particles in a
self-perpetuating I-filed instead of traditional shielding which powers
all combat mobile suits but i don't think he was the original
planner/designer of the Mobile suit itself
The iMatt wrote:
> Well, referring to Gundam, the original series had some pretty basic stuff.
> The first combat mobile suit was, I believe, a Zaku I, but I'm not sure of
> anything before that. Did minovsky have a working prototype, or did he just
> have the engine?
> Matt "not quite but almost Zen in a can" Hanyok
> "Why don't you fall to bits?"
> I DON'T KNOW. I NEVER HAVE.
> "I've seen skelingtons of birds and things and they all fall to bits."
> PERHAPS IT IS BECAUSE THEY ARE WHAT SOMETHING WAS, WHEREAS THIS IS WHAT I
> - from a conversation between Death and a small child, in "Reaper Man" by
> Terry Pratchett.
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> What series contains the simplest, most unevolved mobile suits? I was
> thinking about how that would make a great series to go back to the days
> when mobile suits were just being thought of and appearing. Think of the
> newspapers. Why was the first mobile suit built? What kind of weapons did
> it have? Who built it? Who cares?
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