Tue, 21 Nov 2000 04:00:55 EST

In a message dated 11/20/00 2:36:30 PM US Mountain Standard Time, writes:

> Beam rifles work by storing in an E-cap highy
> compacted Minovsky particles wich need much
> less external energy to start the reactoiin
> nessicary ot produce Mega-particles than
> free-floating Minovsky particles in the condensors
> that feul warship beam-weapons.. aparently the
> minimum power requirment to cause this reaction
> is within that 130 Kw differance

No, it has to be something else. 130 kW is nothing. You can buy off the shelf
RF and DC generators that can kick out 200 to 300 kW, and those just run on
wall current. No, there has to be some other reason.

Like maybe it takes 1800 kW to use beam rifle, and 1700 kW just isn't enough.


EXO Mechanical Editor & Mecha Designer

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