20160920 Magellan Space City Designer Planet Simulation

Re: 20160920 Magellan Space City Designer Planet Simulation

Postby tahanson43206 » Sun May 13, 2018 11:51 pm

20180512 Magellan Thread

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Continuing with weekly update …

497 years ago, on this day Ferdinand Magellan is deceased. A massacre of officers and crew further reduced the complement of the expedition to 107. Only two ships remain of the original five.

Per Reference #1 on page lxii, for June 21st:
Begin Quotation:
21 June 1521: Victoria and Trinidad depart Palawan. They arrived at Brunei on the north-eastern coast of Borneo on 9 July.
End Quotation.

The quotation above is from the record given by Antonio Pigafetta, as summarized in the “Chronology of the Voyage”

Because this thread is following the expedition in “real time” (displaced by 497 years) it is my intention to continue following the crew as they struggled in the weeks and months ahead to secure the prize of spices for which they had sailed, and to return to Spain.

From Page 63 of Reference #1:
From words of Antonio Pigafetta:
Begin Quotation:
[106] At a distance of eighteen leagues from that island of Cebu, at the head of the other island called Bohol, we burned in the midst of that archipelago the ship Concepcion, for too few of us remained to man it, and we supplied the two other ships with best of its contents.
End Quotation.

Changing from the past to the future:
Given the need for human beings of the current age to enjoy a standard Earth gravity for well-being, and freedom from radiation that exceeds that found at sea level on Earth, there have been a number of ideas developed in greater or lesser detail to provide habitat suitable for deployment in vacuum. One of the guests on the Space Show was John B. Barber, who holds a patent for a system for magnetic suspension of vehicles for warehouse applications. It is possible to hear a recording of the interview by visiting www.thespaceshow.com and searching for Mr. Barber.

Broadcast 381 (Special Edition) | Sunday 04 Sep 2005
Broadcast 128 (Special Edition) | Saturday 21 Jun 2003

Google search: patents john b barber magnetic levitation

1) US5825105A - Magnetic levitation and systems for the support and ...
https://www.google.com/patents/US5825105
Inventor: John B. Barber: Duane B. Barber; Current Assignee ... Magnetic levitation has long been considered useful in the support of payloads by relying on …
5) About Us - MagneGlide
www.magsupport.com/about-us
1.
... a passive magnetic support (levitation) technology, developed and patented by Modern Transport Systems Corp. founder and President John Barber. The first ...

http://www.magsupport.com/ << This web site is still active as of 2018/05/12 The sites shows large sliding doors which move more freely than conventional ones.

I am intrigued by the possibility of combining elements of the Stanford Torus with elements of Dr. O'Neill's cylindrical space habitat designs, and using Mr. Barber's magnetic suspension method to provide a friction-free runway for living quarters moving inside a torus made of asteroid material. If such a habitat were constructed in the rings of Saturn, for example, there would be plenty of raw material available with which to assemble the radiation shield around the passage for moving vehicles.

In the present day, Elon Musk is encouraging development of a transportation network that would include vehicles traveling inside partially evacuated tubes. This idea reminds me of Dr. Gerard O'Neill's vision of something similar, which he imagined might be built to provide high speed transportation between cities.

In the case of the habitat to provide radiation shielding and a standard gravity for human occupants, vehicles would travel inside a torus made of odds and ends of material collected from the vicinity. The radiation blocking material would be under no stress other than microgravity, so it would be contained by nets or lines where practical. Meanwhile, the tube within which the habitat carriages would run would be constructed to withstand the stress of the weight of the moving carriages.

This concept could be applied on the surface of the Moon or Mars, or on smaller moons such as Phobos.

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Re: 20160920 Magellan Space City Designer Planet Simulation

Postby tahanson43206 » Sun May 20, 2018 11:10 pm

20180519 Magellan Thread

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Continuing with weekly update …

497 years ago, on this day Ferdinand Magellan is deceased. A massacre of officers and crew further reduced the complement of the expedition to 107. Only two ships remain of the original five. This post is for May 19th.

Per Reference #1 on page lxii, for June 21st:
Begin Quotation:
21 June 1521: Victoria and Trinidad depart Palawan. They arrived at Brunei on the north-eastern coast of Borneo on 9 July.
End Quotation.

The quotation above is from the record given by Antonio Pigafetta, as summarized in the “Chronology of the Voyage”

Because this thread is following the expedition in “real time” (displaced by 497 years) it is my intention to continue following the crew as they struggled in the weeks and months ahead to secure the prize of spices for which they had sailed, and to return to Spain.

From Page 65 of Reference #1:
From words of Antonio Pigafetta:
Begin Quotation:
...and it is fifty leagues from Cebu, and it is called Kipit [Note 245: or Quipit, located on the northeast coase of Mindanao, east of Sindangan Bay, on the north coast of the Zamboanga Peninsula.
End Quotation.

A Chart of an island appears in the vicinity of the quotation above: [Chart of Caghaiam (Cagayana(VIII))]

Per Reference #12 on page 6:
Begin Quotation from Prologue:
We need an insurance policy, Sagan told me. He concluded that we should become a “two planet species.” In other words, we need a backup plan.

In this book, we will explore the history, the challenges, and the possible solutions that lie before us.
End Quotation

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Re: 20160920 Magellan Space City Designer Planet Simulation

Postby tahanson43206 » Sun May 27, 2018 11:52 pm

20180526 Magellan Thread

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Continuing with weekly update …

497 years ago, on this day Ferdinand Magellan is deceased. A massacre of officers and crew further reduced the complement of the expedition to 107. Only two ships remain of the original five. This post is for May 26th.

Per Reference #1 on page lxii, for June 21st:
Begin Quotation:
21 June 1521: Victoria and Trinidad depart Palawan. They arrived at Brunei on the north-eastern coast of Borneo on 9 July.
End Quotation.

The quotation above is from the record given by Antonio Pigafetta, as summarized in the “Chronology of the Voyage”

Because this thread is following the expedition in “real time” (displaced by 497 years) it is my intention to continue following the crew as they struggled in the weeks and months ahead to secure the prize of spices for which they had sailed, and to return to Spain.

From Page 65 of Reference #1:
From words of Antonio Pigafetta:
Begin Quotation:
[111] About twenty-five leagues west-north-west of the above island we found a large island, … and is called Palawan [772](250)
End Quotation.

Note 250 appears on page 163 of Reference #1:
Begin Quotation:
Palawan, the most westerly of the Philippines … 9 degrees 30 minutes North and 118 minutes and 30 degrees longitude.
End Quotation.

A Chart of the island appears on page 67 of Reference #1.

Per Reference #12 on page 12:
Begin Quotation from Introduction Toward a Multiplanet Species:
In this book, I will investigate the steps necessary to accomplish this ambitious goal. But the key to discovering how our future may unfold is to understand the science behind all of these miraculous developments.
End Quotation

Google Earth Views:
Starting display: Phillipine Islands
Second display: Palawan, Philippines shows a long, slim island on the West side of the Philippines, and North of Borneo.
Brunei is Southwest of Palawan.

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Re: 20160920 Magellan Space City Designer Planet Simulation

Postby tahanson43206 » Sun Jun 03, 2018 11:46 pm

20180602 Magellan Thread

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Continuing with weekly update …

497 years ago, on this day Ferdinand Magellan is deceased. A massacre of officers and crew further reduced the complement of the expedition to 107. Only two ships remain of the original five. This post is for June 2nd. The remaining crew (apparently) remains motivated to find spices and return to Spain, but they are lost in every sense of the word. They are near the Philippines island of Palawan, but have no idea where the spice islands may be.

As the reference below shows, Antonio Pigafetta's narrative of the voyage records departure from Palawan on June 21st.

Per Reference #1 on page lxii, for June 21st:
Begin Quotation:
21 June 1521: Victoria and Trinidad depart Palawan. They arrived at Brunei on the north-eastern coast of Borneo on 9 July.
End Quotation.

The quotation above is from the record given by Antonio Pigafetta, as summarized in the “Chronology of the Voyage”

Because this thread is following the expedition in “real time” (displaced by 497 years) it is my intention to continue following the crew as they struggled in the weeks and months ahead to secure the prize of spices for which they had sailed, and to return to Spain.

From Page 65 of Reference #1:
From words of Antonio Pigafetta:
Begin Quotation:
[111] About twenty-five leagues west-north-west of the above island we found a large island, … and is called Palawan [772](250)
End Quotation.

Note 250 appears on page 163 of Reference #1:
Begin Quotation:
Palawan, the most westerly of the Philippines … 9 degrees 30 minutes North and 118 minutes and 30 degrees longitude.
End Quotation.

A Chart of the island appears on page 67 of Reference #1.

Note 252 on page 164 of Reference #1 supplements Pigafetta's narrative:
Begin Quotation:
After coasting along Palawan, they left its southern point on 21 June 1521. They passed through the Balabac Strait, between the islands of Balabac and Banggi, and south-west along the coast of Borneo to Brunei in Latitude 5 Degrees North.
End Quotation.

Per Reference #12 on page 13:
Begin Quotation from Revolutionary Waves of Technology:
In this book, I will describe the technologies that will take us even farther as we explore the planets and stars.
End Quotation

Google Earth shows Palawan Island entire at an altitude of about 200 kilometers. By descending to about 150 kilometers, it is possible to see Balabac Island to the North, the Balabac Strait, and Banggi Island.

Google Earth visitors have provided a number of views of Palawan Island.

To the North, David Romanowski provided a sunset view entitled “Twin Beach”
In the same general latitude, Erlitha Alcantara provided a view entitled “Erlittop Garden”
Moving South, Tristian Comia provided an image of a boat full of adventurers in a view entitled “Big Lagoon”
Further South, Joenih Leyba provided a view of a tree covered rock in a picture entitled “FortuneHomes Beach and Grill”
Further South, Redmond Zapanta provided a view entitled “papawyan Falls”
Further South, Jerald James Capao provide a view of a rocky bluff entitled “Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park”
Further South, Jim Colico provided a view entitled “Tabon Cave, Quezon, Palawan”
Further South, Christian Jay M Caneda provided a view entitled “7 Falls Hotspring and Nature Park”
Further South, Peter Elbert Go provided a view entitled “Sitio Marabahay Pier” .. This scene includes what may be an outboard motor powered outrigger canoe. Along with what may be larger outrigger equipped vessels.



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Re: 20160920 Magellan Space City Designer Planet Simulation

Postby tahanson43206 » Sun Jun 10, 2018 11:33 pm

20180609 Magellan Thread

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Continuing with weekly update …

497 years ago, on this day Ferdinand Magellan is deceased. A massacre of officers and crew further reduced the complement of the expedition to 107. Only two ships remain of the original five. This post is for June 9th. The remaining crew (apparently) remains motivated to find spices and return to Spain, but they are lost in every sense of the word. They are near the Philippines island of Palawan, but have no idea where the spice islands may be.

As the reference below shows, Antonio Pigafetta's narrative of the voyage records departure from Palawan on June 21st.

Per Reference #1 on page lxii, for June 21st:
Begin Quotation:
21 June 1521: Victoria and Trinidad depart Palawan. They arrived at Brunei on the north-eastern coast of Borneo on 9 July.
End Quotation.

The quotation above is from the record given by Antonio Pigafetta, as summarized in the “Chronology of the Voyage”

Because this thread is following the expedition in “real time” (displaced by 497 years) it is my intention to continue following the crew as they struggled in the weeks and months ahead to secure the prize of spices for which they had sailed, and to return to Spain.

From Page 65 of Reference #1:
From words of Antonio Pigafetta:
Begin Quotation:
[111] About twenty-five leagues west-north-west of the above island we found a large island, … and is called Palawan [772](250)
End Quotation.

Note 250 appears on page 163 of Reference #1:
Begin Quotation:
Palawan, the most westerly of the Philippines … 9 degrees 30 minutes North and 118 minutes and 30 degrees longitude.
End Quotation.

A Chart of the island appears on page 67 of Reference #1.

Note 252 on page 164 of Reference #1 supplements Pigafetta's narrative:
Begin Quotation:
After coasting along Palawan, they left its southern point on 21 June 1521. They passed through the Balabac Strait, between the islands of Balabac and Banggi, and south-west along the coast of Borneo to Brunei in Latitude 5 Degrees North.
End Quotation.

Per Reference #12 on page 13:
Begin Quotation from Revolutionary Waves of Technology:
In part 2, we will look ahead to a time when we will be able to move beyond the solar system and explore the nearby stars.
End Quotation

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Re: 20160920 Magellan Space City Designer Planet Simulation

Postby tahanson43206 » Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:40 pm

20180616 This is a stub for a weekly update
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