The Shark and the Caveman

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Building Micro Black Holes utilising the Ulam Ablation Pressure Principle

In this article I will present one of those unimaginable applications of pure fusion detonations that may occur in the near future. Only a few decades from now on, after the solar system is becoming settled and the first interstellar arks are on their way to extrasolar earthlike planets, mankind may begin to start looking for new challenging goals. They may start experimenting with ultradense objects that are able to distort space and time. They may build an artificial black hole to use it as the ultimate power plant. I will show You now a first design for a machine that really creates an artificial black hole. I’ve calculated it, to be sure that it would work. I’m 95% sure but I’m only an engineer and a bad physicist, and want to put it up for discussion with presenting it here. Readers who know my texts know I like experimenting with interesting ideas. So don’t be too exited and afterwards sad if someone proofs that it will not work. There migth be still errors. I call the machine The Shark.

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The ultimate machine invented for creating black holes with Ulams ablation principle. In the middle is an asteroid iron globe. Cascades of fusion detonators are fired synchronized from all directions on the celestial object to form a hot plasma sphere surrounding the globe. The surface of the globe vapourizes fiercely for a fraction of a second and pushes the massive, object inwards. Just during the explosions attenuate the next salvo is exploded, one after the other. Staggered rows – just like the teeth of a shark – of detonators increase the plasma density sufficiently damped for not blasting the iron globe by dissipation heat of the shock wave and compress it until the core exceeds all limits. The object implodes and a big fraction of the inner material is compressed into a black hole, Fig: Author

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