Creating a bulletproof material that weighs roughly 9lbs per 30 yards.

So I may have figured out a new format of Carbyne that stops up to a small nuclear blast if woven into a cubic inch thickness, not that I know the body within would survive. Something like 30 megatons of blast within a reasonable range. A few Angstroms of the material will stop a bullet, and I think less than 1/2 an inch will stop larger caliber bullets by flexing when hit but spreading the absorption of the impact throughout the material in lattice patterning.

I’m hoping to take it to a police agency or military community and see if they can make it with me. All we need is a CVD altered within my own design mechanics to be more useful. Done simply enough.

I have no idea who to contact. So maybe if you’re a marine or someone who knows someone that is and would want to see if it’s viable then please let me know. I’m trying to find funding for other projects before I move back to my own country, though they themselves may be open to the idea for their forces. It may be stab proof too but that would require another form of testing if the layering is done non linearly as I hope. My worry is that the material would be too slick and may need “Roughing up” so that a blade doesn’t just slide over the material and into a vulnerable area of the body.

I’ve also developed a new design that is an AC material when stationary and a semiconductor when stretched roughly 4.4 picometers in one direction. Combining that with the other new material combination I designed I’m hoping to have an interesting form of super dense magnetic material that produces AC as is rolls around within a PCO environment (or at least can be fed electrons as a new sub material) so that it is constantly moving until there is no outside movement. “Like a shake to charge battery”. Not to mention I’ve come up with a super capacitor combination with my new material combination that should stop it breaking by being overcharged by forcing it to remain within a limit of size as long as its not over fed electrons. Another basic idea. I wish I could share pictures of these things but I’m hoping to patent them. I did email Duracell and I’m sitting waiting to hear back from their battery department but I doubt that it’s likely. I was told not to put confidential information into the email with the contact person so I had to ask what to include like a newbie.

Hexaferrum/greater compressed carbon based on diamond derivative.

Blue are carbon atoms.

Hexaferrum ferrite is made by putting ferrite into great pressure, so I figured what if we did that with adapted carbon from diamond molecules with their encasing atoms removed so that only the inner atoms can be compressed. The picture drawn shows just one directional pressure but there’d of course multi directional possible. I’m just curious if it forms a new form of carbon as new atoms are introduced upon compression. Would it be super conductive. Super diamagnetic. Both. Would it be stable and stronger than diamond or just only under diamonds great enough pressure. Can it be made to be compressed further with other ways artificially. If it’s twisted so that it’s arranged in a new lattice structure will it produce new forms of pyrolytic carbon under the right heat and pressure that’s more effective.

In fact if it’s possible to remove other atoms from the w structures then you can get vastly different shapes available.

Just a thought experiment.

-J.

Breaking hydrocarbons/micro-plastics using a physical method/doped graphene.

The problem with hydrocarbon derived fuels is that at a point there won’t be enough fuel created to power the fleet as the global levels are lowered and the fleet increases. Totally useful in slowing the poisoning of the planet but tags power anything indefinitely with no non recyclable waste if production is designed correctly. Plus hydrogen powered cars suffer the same issues as refilling stations for current gen Tesla’s. Plus it still acts like a gas. Non poisoning but it runs out, and whatever trace amounts are left in the runoff from the exhaust cover the traveled areas. You’d move to tags at that point anyway. Plus you’d still need oil for moving parts outside the propulsion system. I bet you could build a full maglev car if you had the time and energy.

I’m assuming they’re just breaking the bond of the weakened particles needed to get residual water, similar to how the helium screen would do that if hydro carbons were cycled through that at the right speed/ angle/rotational velocity. You make a guide up a curved edge, forcing the hydro carbon to orient itself as needed for breakage as the helium spins by running water or whatever over it causing it to spin and clip the bond at it’s needed bond. The fragmented versions would travel and orient themselves at different locations but do the same thing. Leaving water on one side after the screen and the broken chemical bonds on the other. Then it’s a matter of taking the dirty remainder with partial bonds because even atomic tolerances aren’t perfect yet still in the water and screening them at a tighter tolerance, until you only end up with the remaining materials within an acceptable level. Even breaking those into their initial components if needed for near pure collection, which you could then rebond and store or release into the wild to clean out the area. Pure hydrogen, pure oxygen, carbon to be broken down for reuse.

I suppose there are other atoms like helium where they’re non bindable but larger. It just means the tolerance differences are wider so more would get through potentially though you could likely get a heavier more powerful breaking mechanism out of them though they would need a larger pushing force.

You could just use straight carbon and orient oxygen or hydrogen from the hydro carbon, whichever needs to be broken off first and create meshes that jut out like grater or tumblers and break off and catch the atoms. They would be moved down the line through vibrational or rotational means, whichever you wanted. You could ever create a radius of cylindrical hydrocarbons and break off the atoms as needed. It would be purely mechanical and leave nothing but carbons to be broken down in the center of the device. Or you could use a straight edge atomic grater and shave each side of their non carbon atoms.

You would have to allow full bonding of the grating atoms and passage so atoms wouldn’t jam up the system. Also you would have to be constantly moving the assembly so they didn’t float or sink into the passageway.

You would need to bring the grater down with enough force to hold part of the hydrocarbon in place and break off a chunk… by vibrating the atoms into place before swinging them up into the reduction system. Then you reorientate the partial hydro carbon and repeat the process until only carbon falls through to a gathering stage. You would also have to remove the water molecules with a vacuum as they break off or it would just recondense and form new hydrocarbons or a layer of dirty water in the system. It depends on how many times you need to break the bonds really.

Sieve/grater.

Radii:

Hydrogen 120 pm

Carbon 70 pm

Oxygen 60

Email to Troy with idea.

move slower.

Breaking atomic bonds. Since different atoms have different bond energy strengths graphene may not be big enough to sever the bond. But if you hit the weakest point of the point hard enough it may be able to overcome the overall strength (there is some loss between atoms but reinforcement at part of the bond where it is the most complete, around those areas are weaker areas where you’d want the separator to push under and break the bond. You’d also have to super cool the hydrocarbons to lengthen the bond length been the atoms without causing the water molecules to freeze, unless that’s helpful.

You could also use a tumbler method of grating the molecules and gathering the remainders on the other side and depending on which side you grated from you would likely form other larger hydro carbons before being able to break them down to their original stage again. Need to look up the types.

Couldn’t you dope the outer layers of collection atoms so that they attract the hydrogen atoms more than the static carbons in the hydrocarbons. If they’re electrically based you could cycle them on and off at key moments and vacuum the water into a collection plate. You could use doped graphene. You could then rotate them around the outer ring so that they dope concentrically and anti-concentrically at opposite levels pulling the atoms around. It’s slower, but once they “attach” to two or more open atoms they have a higher chance of breaking.

You could also, if needed, build meshes with exact holes for the hydrocarbons to lie flat into and then pull them apart from the inside by forcing them outward and bending them into some obtuse space.

This would also work with micro plastics.

Anyway it’s an idea.

-J.