Re: Cooling technique for Jupiter brains

From: Spike Jones (
Date: Tue Feb 08 2000 - 20:19:32 MST

> On Tue, 8 Feb 2000, Spike Jones wrote:
> >
> > Doooh! 200 seconds, not 20! Whats an order of magnitude
> > between friends? See what time of the morning I get up to
> > correct my own error? {8^D spike
> >
> "A dedicated scholar be you Spike", says Obie-Wan Bradbury.

WOW thanks obie-wan Bradbury! Coming from you, that was
worth waking up in a cold sweat at 0530. {8^D Funny, I am
not embarrassed about posting my adventures with a lifesize
Jar Jar Binks doll, but I miss an estimate by one leeetle order
of magnitude in an area Im supposed to know something about
and I blush crimson. {8-]

> ...The only way I've seen to do the heat transfer effectively is using
> liquids....

I concluded that some kind of phase change would be needed,
preferrably liquid to gas. The calcs were just for fun, and to see
if Jeff's orbit mechanics could in theory be worked out. Evidently
it can, ignoring practical limitations. spike

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