Sorry about the shaky cam. (Cerebral Palsy will do that to you).
The weight in kgs.
Roadster is 833kgs battery/3.76255kg= 221.39240 units.
221 x (670933kJ/unit = 186.370278kWh/unit = 41187.83143 kWh
200 kWh = 1000 km.
41187.83143 kWh / 200 KwH x 1000 km = 205939.15715 km per charge or 127,964.66 miles
This beats the other designs as it’s a two atom build, and will last for ages and drive cars for 100,000’s of miles over multiple charges with a very low DeltaEpsilon.
This is currently my favourite battery build to use with stuff. Though if it gets wet I believe it swells up, so a waterproofing layer may need to be surrounding it, but that may be it for now.
985 JHA White Tesla from last night. Don’t be a dope. I’m trying to do more with less not to mention help, you sod. At least you’ve got server racks to compute and analyze your builds. All I have is a single CPU/GPU and they’re not that powerful for my needs. But this has been fun though. Great thought experiments.
So I mess about with simulated capacitors, whatever else I can think of, and their energy potentials and build things that may not be able to be made today, but if they were would be of use to people in the future or now if I could get a more powerful rig to show the possibilities of their derivatives. That includes magnetic monopoles. Yes. No, not in spin ice. Similar—but different enough that I could patent the suckers tomorrow and they’d be under my name. But we know that’s not my style.
So let’s play the game.
Let’s start with a little 4th Dimensional Chemistry. All you need (Currently: First Iteration [Did I mention first try].) is a Bismuth Core, Ruthenium Outer Sheath to connect the Geometry to the outer sides of what I would have to call icicles but in reality is Arsenic crystals if you want extra hydrogen joins or just optional join points. The other is a carbon crystal of the same build that offered a single Delta Epsilon of roughly 9.8 (I don’t know what that means. I’ve looked it up 4 times and it’s just not sticking. if I could ask someone I would.) for and output of 98919 kJ/mol or roughly 27 KwH. If you run electricity through them they expand violently and up the power of a single mole to roughly 150,000 kJ/mol and then return to their shape once the power is through. So perhaps useful in space where they can expand as a net to gather debris if carbide is used to bind them properly. Though the output requires a vastly larger Delta Epsilon. Hydrogen is a better carrier. They are interconnectable into a three tiered lattice. I doubt they would last too long due to the half life of arsenic being 10 Days and Ruthenium only 2 Years, but the cores can be reused if not garbage Bismuth as they have an unheavenly long half life that’s worth looking up. Go on. It’s so long and I’m so lazy. Here’s a picture of the design with no numbers because then I’d have to start up my Wacom and open the app and re run it and then snap the screen and I’m like—nah, you try it. It’s more fun that way.
So you say how do I build this? That’s easy enough, theoretically since I don’t have the tools at hand. A Bi core can be made through 3D printing or layering of gels that hold the atoms in place, if you want to get insanely technical we can do it on the space station using lasers to slow the fall of the atoms into the right places at once so they bond as needed. Doing the same for the Ruthenium and then you have a solid inert core that can have the other crystal “icicles” bonded properly as needed. Then they can be repeated as needed until you have your weave/lattice/or 3D construction. But realize if you you reverse the directions of these builds and jolt them alternating the level of power you’ll get a self walking chemical nanobot. You just divide sections by inserted inert atoms and you have lines of travel that can be independently controlled. Fun times. I’ll have to get to the monopoles—With picutres! Tomorrow. Err later today. It’s almost 2 a.m. and I need to get some sleep. Have a good Night/Day. Yours, -J.
So this older version of a Thinktank Bag (Version 2.0) is something I inherited from my dad when he died, and he used it to carry camera gear, as I did while traveling before getting too ill to leave my house in a healthy manner. But something special is coming up. Nettio’s and my 10 year anniversary and I’m going to force myself to be out of the house at a hotel (room) —with room service— so we can have a nice time, and I don’t get sick around the other guests. She doesn’t know it but there’s a special podcast I want to do after she opens her gift, which I’ll show you all once it’s set up and going. (I hope you like it). Anyway back to my travel set up.
The bag itself comes with partitions that use hook and loop fasteners to stick to each other and the sides. I also use them to protect parts form jostling one another as you’ll see. What you can see is a kifaru pouch (also left to me in his bug out bag—which is a great hiking bag, but that’s another story.) And my Behringer Euphoria UMC 404 HD which if you want to buy can be found on my affiliates links page with a great deal for some extra cables all for a dollar more than the unit itself from other sellers. Seriously, go check it out. Be warned that the TRS cables (Those that go into the phones and instrument parts are mono and you’ll need to pick up a stereo cable for what I’ll show you later in the setup.) Then there’s what’s hidden underneath the silver partition at the top.
As you can see that’s two pairs of Stereo Behringer HPM-1000’s which are $11.99 each for a great pair of starter phones and they come with a screw off 1/4 in adapter for your interface or older generation phone or what have you. They sound great for the money. They’re incredibly light. They’re not the best of the best, but if you’re starting out the value is huge. Okay let’s see what’s below the Kifaru bag, shall we?
It’s some of that partitioning I was talking about. Extremely useful that. They logo is obscured but it’s a triple pack of Behringer 1800xm’s (I think I’m one of those sort of people that supports a brand now. Their quality has been stellar so far.) that I got for $48.00 on Amazon. That’s $16 or so dollars per mic, and they improve the quality of the cast by a large margin for a starter set. I use them for audiobook recordings and they capture emotion in a great way without any needing to add in fancy effects. I also did something special to them to make them each a bit different.
I’m green, Nettios is Pink, and our first Guest M asked for the Teal/blue one. And I have 27 others to pick from when I get bored or need to clean or replace them.
Okay the first thing you’ll need to see if you’re multi-person casting is a Phone splitter, and I had to go with Behringer again (really?! YES! It was $23 dollars and sounds excellent). So I went with their HA400 AMP. The xlr cables come with the kit in my affiliate link XPix is their brand. I spent an extra $9 for the blue slightly shortly 6 ft cable for my friend to match (Not sure of the brand). I’m sure the amazon basics XLRs are fine at under $7 each. If I get a chance to test one, I’ll let you know. Resting on top of those is the 12 volt power to the AMP—which just got me thinking of what I could add to my setup, a portable battery pack. Which I have. It’s got a US plug on it that gives three hours of straight juice, and I can charge it while running things through it. Check out Lifepowr if you want something that will outlast you. I backed them when they were just a kickstartering glimmer in someone’s eye and love the thing for it’s usefulness. They price point is high though. Just a heads up.
Anyway back to the bag. Below the 404 is a stand from a Blue Snowball Ice because that was my starter mic and a gift from Nettios attached to the Behringer mic handle for a third seated person.
On the top middle is are the miiso 1/4th to 3.55mm connector so someone with regular phones can plug into the amp and still have control. When I can afford a third set of 1000’s that’s what I’ll be buying. There’s also a 1/4th to 1/4th inch phone to AMP connector that’s beautifully short so that they stay together and they match most the cables other than the xlr’s in colour and just look dashing. Lastly is the USB cable to power my 404 into my iPad Pro (2018) 11 in through a Baseus USBC hub. 3.0 usb power is the pips.
The reason to use a camera bag other than a regular bag is that you can strap on your neewer or other arms to the side of the sucker and get going as soon as you’re done for the day. There’s been a design change in the last few years since I got my first one and bought the second one a few weeks ago. The older ones seem to handle spinning the mic a bit better, but the newer (hah!) neewers grip surfaces better. You can choose to pack your ipad into their front pouch (Or inside of course) but I like having it packed nearer to me so that I don’t lose it incase I lose the case—or the plot.
So there we have it. Three people. One set up. One bag. Good to go. Hope that helps you out.
Also you don’t have to use this exact bag. A suitcase with cardboard or pick and pluck foam would do wonders as well. Whatever your budget, do it your way.