[tlhIngan Hol] {yInSIp} and {voQSiP} (oxygen and nitrogen)

SuStel sustel at trimboli.name
Mon Oct 5 10:23:40 PDT 2020

On 10/5/2020 12:28 PM, Will Martin wrote:
> It’s quite possible that both the warp drive and the impulse engines 
> run from energy derived from the same fuel.
> What fuel is used to power the lights, the computers, the artificial 
> gravity, and everything else on the ship?
> With current technology, you use different energy sources for 
> different systems, unless you drive an electric car. We don’t know how 
> starships do this. Maybe both the warp drive and the impulse engines 
> are “electric” or some equivalent that has not been invented yet. 
> Maybe the fuel drives the equivalent of an electric generator that 
> powers all the other technology on the ship.
> The fuel might not be for “the warp drive”. It might be for “the ship”.
> The largest consumer of energy would be the warp drive, so you could 
> think of it as fuel for the warp drive. Everything else is just 
> peripheral.

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