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    ? If we have lazor's that can penetrate the earth's atmospheric propertie's enough to position in a circle creating sort of a forcefield, depending upon the distance that is within our ability to sustain this forcefield frome whatever distance into space outside our atmosphere would this allow the vacume of space to enter into our atmosphere within the confines of this forcefield ? and if so would it allow us to enter into it and travel threw it sort of like a straw. Appreciate any comment's or knowledge that would help with my theory.


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    pringle (feasible/supernova13/etc), is that you? Back again so soon?


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    A laser is a very tiny point of light that cannot produce a "force field" . A magnet would be a better idea for it does have a "field" that it generates around itself but it is very weak .
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmictraveler View Post
    A laser is a very tiny point of light that cannot produce a "force field" . A magnet would be a better idea for it does have a "field" that it generates around itself but it is very weak .
    If this is who I think it is, he will present "proof" from science fiction films and his dreams.
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    Agreed, it looks like ginger/pringle again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RkOlney View Post
    ? If we have lazor's that can penetrate the earth's atmospheric propertie's enough to position in a circle creating sort of a forcefield
    Lasers do not create forcefields. (and note the correct spelling).

    depending upon the distance that is within our ability to sustain this forcefield frome whatever distance into space outside our atmosphere would this allow the vacume of space to enter into our atmosphere within the confines of this forcefield ?
    Um, how does the vacuum of space get through the forcefield?

    and if so would it allow us to enter into it
    If it's a "forcefield" how do we get through it?

    and travel threw it sort of like a straw.
    If there's a vacuum inside the forcefield and atmosphere outside how does that move us? Conversely, if the atmosphere can get through the forcefield to push us (like in a straw) wouldn't it siphon off ALL of Earth's atmosphere?
    Wouldn't that cause slight problems?
    One of those problems being: how will I buy a loaf of bread? 1

    Appreciate any comment's or knowledge that would help with my theory.
    Hmm, comments:
    Acquire some knowledge.
    It's not a theory. (It's a wild-ass speculation, based on nothing).
    If your other "thoughts" are equally, er, cogent, then don't pass them on to us.



    1 Because everyone, including me, will be dead from asphyxiation of course.
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    Ok! let's start with one thing at a time. First, lasers were probably not a good example for creating a forcfield. did a little surfing and found a company called Trophy that has developed a electromagnetic forcefield that protect's millitary vehicles. using supercapacitors. So if we create this forcefield for a sustained amount of time comletely around us would we run out of oxygen. and or could a vacume be created within it without it collapsing. if so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RkOlney View Post
    Ok! let's start with one thing at a time. First, lasers were probably not a good example for creating a forcfield.
    Oh, well caught. What clued you in?

    did a little surfing and found a company called Trophy that has developed a electromagnetic forcefield that protect's millitary vehicles. using supercapacitors.
    Er, are you sure?
    Trophy is the company name? Or the system name?
    This?
    In which case: no.
    Please provide a link to this "forcefield".
    IF (and I repeat IF) there is such a thing I suggest you'll find it's a "forcefield" in name only, and is intended to work against weapons like RPGs (with hollow-charge warheads). They rely on piezoelectric "fuses" to initiate warhead detonation and those can be triggered by an electrical "field". Not the same thing as a "forcefield" at all.
    I suspect you've found this. Not only is it very badly "explained", it appears to have conflated, confused and mixed a British (experimental) system with the actual, Israeli, APS 1: see previous link.

    So if we create this forcefield for a sustained amount of time comletely around us would we run out of oxygen. and or could a vacume be created within it without it collapsing. if so.
    Vastly, stupendously, mind-bogglingly unlikely.


    1 In fact that entire article, from start to finish, is a mish-mash of gibberish and nonsense. The guy should stick to phone apps (the supposed purpose of that site) and leave the military stuff to people who know what they're talking about.
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    perhap's pseudoscience! because I don.t have the knowledge or any fact's or education beyond highschool on this subject. I'm trying to learn about it by asking Questions that might give me lead's to more information and where to find it. this is simply an area of facination that I alway's wanted to learn more about. a simple That is not how it work's and possibly a good link would be nice then maybe I could come back some day and have an inteligent and productive conversation with ya. unless you are above that. Thank's for nothing.
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    OK. That was a pretty coherent post. So you are not "pringle" and we can all breathe a sigh of relief.

    There is no such thing as a force field and, as far as I know, no way of creating one. So I'm not sure what else to say ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RkOlney View Post
    a simple That is not how it work's
    Isn't that what I said?

    and possibly a good link
    A good link to what?

    would be nice than maybe I could come back some day and have an inteligent and productive conversation with ya.
    About what? Fictional forcefields?
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    Thank's
    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    OK. That was a pretty coherent post. So you are not "pringle" and we can all breathe a sigh of relief.

    There is no such thing as a force field and, as far as I know, no way of creating one. So I'm not sure what else to say ...
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    I really don't know either. thank's anyway for your time.
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