testitemqlstudop wrote:The Death Star
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The Death Star had many design flaws. I've seen it destroyed by Chewbacca, but I don't remember a single flaw.
A very interesting fact was that the Death Star was built in four years and had only two of its primary weapons. So far the only known flaw that exists on the Death Star is the lack of a secondary deflector shield. But the Death Star does have the two engines that are not in a shield mode on the back. A shield would reduce the size of the ship tremendously. The second issue is simply that it does not look that well designed anymore. Most of the ship has been destroyed.
The main weapon of the Death Star is the massive laser guns.
A single laser can be launched two or three times before it has to be fired again. This way the ship has to do double the number of launches per second.
I was never convinced as to how to make this laser launcher work, but I eventually discovered the solution. At the center of everything's mass is the core structure of a planet or nebula. This structure contains a black hole, a star, and a very tiny white dot. It makes the star and planet appear as large and circular when they are actually much more massive than other star systems. The gravitational pull of a massive black hole on an empty galaxy is about the same as the one pulling from your
There are a whole lotta things that are wrong about this one
The Death Star had many design flaws. Why else was it so easy for the whole thing to blow up when someone put simple set theory into its computers?
Of course, as Han Solo explained while he was at the Death Star project's development stages, there are hundreds of ways to destroy a Star Destroyer. What you really need is just one thing; a computer program that has just enough knowledge from its training program to put an entirely automated defense system into place.
But as it turns out, there's a very real prospect of such a system working – or at least becoming a reality – in the coming years:
The computer program which could have been the Death Star's death ray – a program that could have eliminated the entire Star Destroyer project's problems. – Elon Musk said he has "no doubt" that the ultimate weapon of destruction at his hands, a giant black hole which would swallow the whole universe and possibly even annihilate all life on earth, is just a computer "program" – a computer program with just enough knowledge to put a completely automated defense system into place. That could be in the near term and could be far off in the future or even in a generation or two, Musk added at a conference for the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency this month.