Reply Sat 8 Aug, 2015 01:20 pm
working with Rounds Per Minute must be one of the most fascinating things to be apart of in the field of sciences today.

Creating, Manufacturing and Managing the machinery which can separate molecules, move heavy loads, create electricity, bore holes through rock, alter the perceived elements of gravity, create thrust or suction. RPM's are a fundamental part of scientific discovery and development.

The amazing Clock Work science of creating the most effective device with an incredible assortment of power transfer ratios which can create horse power from thin air, and even produce a "perpetual motion" which will increase in velocity continually until the physical device can no longer effectively support the RPM's.

A well orientated graph of mechanical advantage being used to produce high RPM's with varying amounts of pounds of pressure being used as the Machine can be used to create the most horrific or fantastic inventions. Machines which can rupture and destroy a human being with little effort, or even the face of a mountain, or those which can transfer resources u merited distances with ease.

One can use pendulums and a gear box to create obnoxious volumes of RPM's that electricity is readily available at the drop of a rock, solving world power crisis's.

RPM's are one of the world fundamental sciences for success. what else have we but Thermal Dynamics, and Frequencies? The basic principals of Mechanical advantage are hardly a science, you shove a pulley under a load and lift, seldom is the Device manufactured to lift the exact weight, but is designed to lift something much heavier... hence NO math needed.

Rounds Per Second allow us to manage exact voltage and exact speeds.

What an ingenuitive field of science. One with which we can reproduce all of histories great feats in our own yards. (You can even generate heat to forge steel.)

Christ is ever in our favor,
Ever vigilant,
Ever forbearing,
Gloriously Great.
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Reply Sat 8 Aug, 2015 01:41 pm
Gor wrote:
Rounds Per Minute must be one of the most fascinating things

Now, that's a revolution!!
Reply Sat 8 Aug, 2015 09:10 pm
I am more thinking infinite energy, more practical vehicles, incredible devices, and huge mining industry was closer to the revolutionary content being referred to.
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