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Avaleric
Amarr
SC Special Circumstances
Posted - 2007.03.20 19:01:00 - [1]
 

...if inertia stabilizers make the ship more agile, why do they INCREASE the signature radius..?

meowmixmeow
Minmatar
Posted - 2007.03.20 19:02:00 - [2]
 

Because the Hyperflux generator assisting the auxilary thrust jets work overtime causing fluxuations in the shield regulators boosting the signature radius of the hull :)

Nicholas Barker
Deez Nuts.
Posted - 2007.03.20 19:04:00 - [3]
 

you can orbit stuff faster, which means you're harder to hit. Making you slightly larger is a ballance.

Valeo Galaem
New Eden Advanced Reconnaissance Unit
Sentient World Observation and Response Directive
Posted - 2007.03.20 19:06:00 - [4]
 

Cus my missiles just love the look of all your new pretty thrusters?

Avaleric
Amarr
SC Special Circumstances
Posted - 2007.03.20 19:31:00 - [5]
 

Oh...I thought it might have been a photon feedback caused by a fluctuation in the trilithium matrix making the subspace quantasized sub-ether hypervents re-pre-backcharge the nanoassembling metaomnipositional gyrospectalsubatomic remote control for my neck-rest...

Originally by: meowmixmeow
Because the Hyperflux generator assisting the auxilary thrust jets work overtime causing fluxuations in the shield regulators boosting the signature radius of the hull :)

Izzy Pol
Fear and Loathing in LoneTrek
Posted - 2007.03.20 19:36:00 - [6]
 

Originally by: Avaleric
Oh...I thought it might have been a photon feedback caused by a fluctuation in the trilithium matrix making the subspace quantasized sub-ether hypervents re-pre-backcharge the nanoassembling metaomnipositional gyrospectalsubatomic remote control for my neck-rest...




No, thats a noob mistake, often made.Cool

Feriluce
Caldari
Agony Unleashed
Agony Empire
Posted - 2007.03.20 19:37:00 - [7]
 

Originally by: Avaleric
Oh...I thought it might have been a photon feedback caused by a fluctuation in the trilithium matrix making the subspace quantasized sub-ether hypervents re-pre-backcharge the nanoassembling metaomnipositional gyrospectalsubatomic remote control for my neck-rest...

Originally by: meowmixmeow
Because the Hyperflux generator assisting the auxilary thrust jets work overtime causing fluxuations in the shield regulators boosting the signature radius of the hull :)



It actually does make sense

Avaleric
Amarr
SC Special Circumstances
Posted - 2007.03.20 19:43:00 - [8]
 

Lol, I know - it just sounded so Next Generation techno-babble like...

Winterblink
Body Count Inc.
Pandemic Legion
Posted - 2007.03.20 19:49:00 - [9]
 

Originally by: Izzy Pol
Originally by: Avaleric
Oh...I thought it might have been a photon feedback caused by a fluctuation in the trilithium matrix making the subspace quantasized sub-ether hypervents re-pre-backcharge the nanoassembling metaomnipositional gyrospectalsubatomic remote control for my neck-rest...




No, thats a noob mistake, often made.Cool

Heh, obviously he must have flunked out on his quantum metaphysical tri-warp theory classes, otherwise he'd have known that neck-rests can't be remotely controlled by nanoassembled electronics.

For that you'd have to invert the polarity of your quasi-carbon hypermatrix so that the magneto-fluidic field obtains a viscosity factor of 2.17, consistent with the Starbuckian Theory of Perculationary Gravitics.

Tarminic
Dreddit
Test Alliance Please Ignore
Posted - 2007.03.20 19:56:00 - [10]
 

Originally by: Feriluce
Originally by: Avaleric
Oh...I thought it might have been a photon feedback caused by a fluctuation in the trilithium matrix making the subspace quantasized sub-ether hypervents re-pre-backcharge the nanoassembling metaomnipositional gyrospectalsubatomic remote control for my neck-rest...

Originally by: meowmixmeow
Because the Hyperflux generator assisting the auxilary thrust jets work overtime causing fluxuations in the shield regulators boosting the signature radius of the hull :)



It actually does make sense

You're both wrong! Additional energy routed from the reactor core to the auxiliary thrusters in addition to the added velocity (forcing the onboard inertial dampeners to draw more energy as well) detracts from energy supplied to shield stabilization and compression processes, reducing the overall coherence of the shield matrix and therefore increasing one's signature radius. DUH.

Winterblink
Body Count Inc.
Pandemic Legion
Posted - 2007.03.20 19:59:00 - [11]
 

Originally by: Tarminic
Originally by: Feriluce
Originally by: Avaleric
Oh...I thought it might have been a photon feedback caused by a fluctuation in the trilithium matrix making the subspace quantasized sub-ether hypervents re-pre-backcharge the nanoassembling metaomnipositional gyrospectalsubatomic remote control for my neck-rest...

Originally by: meowmixmeow
Because the Hyperflux generator assisting the auxilary thrust jets work overtime causing fluxuations in the shield regulators boosting the signature radius of the hull :)



It actually does make sense

You're both wrong! Additional energy routed from the reactor core to the auxiliary thrusters in addition to the added velocity (forcing the onboard inertial dampeners to draw more energy as well) detracts from energy supplied to shield stabilization and compression processes, reducing the overall coherence of the shield matrix and therefore increasing one's signature radius. DUH.

So basically... you're hitting the gas really hard so the ship moves really fast and the headrest position adjusts by itself! Brilliance!!!

FiNAL FiGHT
Posted - 2007.03.20 20:00:00 - [12]
 

Originally by: Winterblink
Originally by: Izzy Pol
Originally by: Avaleric
Oh...I thought it might have been a photon feedback caused by a fluctuation in the trilithium matrix making the subspace quantasized sub-ether hypervents re-pre-backcharge the nanoassembling metaomnipositional gyrospectalsubatomic remote control for my neck-rest...




No, thats a noob mistake, often made.Cool

Heh, obviously he must have flunked out on his quantum metaphysical tri-warp theory classes, otherwise he'd have known that neck-rests can't be remotely controlled by nanoassembled electronics.

For that you'd have to invert the polarity of your quasi-carbon hypermatrix so that the magneto-fluidic field obtains a viscosity factor of 2.17, consistent with the Starbuckian Theory of Perculationary Gravitics.



It's worth noting that obtaining a viscosity factor of 2.17 will almost assure you some blown muffler bearings. And you know what THOSE are like to change... last time I had to find a left handed Mimnatar standard metric screwdriver just to gain access to the hypermatrix!

Winterblink
Body Count Inc.
Pandemic Legion
Posted - 2007.03.20 20:04:00 - [13]
 

Originally by: FiNAL FiGHT
It's worth noting that obtaining a viscosity factor of 2.17 will almost assure you some blown muffler bearings. And you know what THOSE are like to change... last time I had to find a left handed Mimnatar standard metric screwdriver just to gain access to the hypermatrix!

I hear ya. Well at least the Minmatar are smart enough to go metric, eh? :) Now if someone would just introduce them to the concept of soap.

Avaleric
Amarr
SC Special Circumstances
Posted - 2007.03.20 20:14:00 - [14]
 

Originally by: Winterblink
Originally by: FiNAL FiGHT
It's worth noting that obtaining a viscosity factor of 2.17 will almost assure you some blown muffler bearings. And you know what THOSE are like to change... last time I had to find a left handed Mimnatar standard metric screwdriver just to gain access to the hypermatrix!

I hear ya. Well at least the Minmatar are smart enough to go metric, eh? :) Now if someone would just introduce them to the concept of soap.



...at an improbability factor of 1244573985 to 1...

Tarminic
Dreddit
Test Alliance Please Ignore
Posted - 2007.03.20 20:26:00 - [15]
 

Originally by: Winterblink
Originally by: Tarminic
Originally by: Feriluce
Originally by: Avaleric
Oh...I thought it might have been a photon feedback caused by a fluctuation in the trilithium matrix making the subspace quantasized sub-ether hypervents re-pre-backcharge the nanoassembling metaomnipositional gyrospectalsubatomic remote control for my neck-rest...

Originally by: meowmixmeow
Because the Hyperflux generator assisting the auxilary thrust jets work overtime causing fluxuations in the shield regulators boosting the signature radius of the hull :)



It actually does make sense

You're both wrong! Additional energy routed from the reactor core to the auxiliary thrusters in addition to the added velocity (forcing the onboard inertial dampeners to draw more energy as well) detracts from energy supplied to shield stabilization and compression processes, reducing the overall coherence of the shield matrix and therefore increasing one's signature radius. DUH.

So basically... you're hitting the gas really hard so the ship moves really fast and the headrest position adjusts by itself! Brilliance!!!



I really don't see how the self-adjusting headrest plays into this. Anyone idiodic enough to install a self-adjusting headrest that forces additional energy from the inertial dampeners is missing the point anyway! The added velocity distortions completely eliminate the effective structural and spinal support any modern headrest is designed to give! Not to mention the negative effects on the (essential)shield cohesion. I mean, really.

Gabriel Karade
Gallente
Noir.
Noir. Mercenary Group
Posted - 2007.03.20 20:39:00 - [16]
 

Originally by: Avaleric
...if inertia stabilizers make the ship more agile, why do they INCREASE the signature radius..?
Tell you what, why don't you give us a coherent explanation of the principles and physics behind inertial stabilizers, then we'll sit down and deduce how the signature radius is increased...Razz

Illyria Ambri
SMASH Alliance
Posted - 2007.03.20 20:44:00 - [17]
 

To quote someone else..

"The stupid make head hurt"

*drools on keyboard*

Frug
Omega Wing
Snatch Victory
Posted - 2007.03.20 20:56:00 - [18]
 

Originally by: Tarminic
Originally by: Winterblink
Originally by: Tarminic
Originally by: Feriluce
Originally by: Avaleric
Oh...I thought it might have been a photon feedback caused by a fluctuation in the trilithium matrix making the subspace quantasized sub-ether hypervents re-pre-backcharge the nanoassembling metaomnipositional gyrospectalsubatomic remote control for my neck-rest...

Originally by: meowmixmeow
Because the Hyperflux generator assisting the auxilary thrust jets work overtime causing fluxuations in the shield regulators boosting the signature radius of the hull :)



It actually does make sense

You're both wrong! Additional energy routed from the reactor core to the auxiliary thrusters in addition to the added velocity (forcing the onboard inertial dampeners to draw more energy as well) detracts from energy supplied to shield stabilization and compression processes, reducing the overall coherence of the shield matrix and therefore increasing one's signature radius. DUH.

So basically... you're hitting the gas really hard so the ship moves really fast and the headrest position adjusts by itself! Brilliance!!!



I really don't see how the self-adjusting headrest plays into this. Anyone idiodic enough to install a self-adjusting headrest that forces additional energy from the inertial dampeners is missing the point anyway! The added velocity distortions completely eliminate the effective structural and spinal support any modern headrest is designed to give! Not to mention the negative effects on the (essential)shield cohesion. I mean, really.


Look, you obviously don't spend much time adjusting quantum shield fluctuation reduction manifolds or you would know that they regulate shield boosting and the hyperflux generator has nothing to do with this.

SonOTassadar
Dreddit
Test Alliance Please Ignore
Posted - 2007.03.20 20:57:00 - [19]
 

My brain just exploded from the amount of nerd humor in this thread. Thanks guys. Neutral

Xtro 2
Caldari
El Bastardos
EVESpace
Posted - 2007.03.20 21:43:00 - [20]
 

In response to all the highly technical replys regarding this issue, i thought it simply happened because cheap AA batterys were used instead of quality duracell ones.

CCP kieron

Posted - 2007.03.20 21:52:00 - [21]
 

Tuxford thought it would balance the modules? Oh, wait!

The inertial stabilizers are reinforcing elements of the ship's hull, structure and propulsion systems, making them more 'dense' after a fashion. To do so requires a significant amount of energy. It is this combination of dense structure and increased energy output that allows ship and scanner systems a higher chance of scanning and targeting.

Xtro 2
Caldari
El Bastardos
EVESpace
Posted - 2007.03.20 21:56:00 - [22]
 

significant amount of energy you say.....

So my simple solution of using better batterys wasnt far from the truth afterall.

VeNT
Minmatar
Freelancer Union
Unaffiliated
Posted - 2007.03.20 22:18:00 - [23]
 

Originally by: kieron
Tuxford thought it would balance the modules? Oh, wait!

The inertial stabilizers are reinforcing elements of the ship's hull, structure and propulsion systems, making them more 'dense' after a fashion. To do so requires a significant amount of energy. It is this combination of dense structure and increased energy output that allows ship and scanner systems a higher chance of scanning and targeting.



why not just make them increase mass?

Taran Summers
PwnCo
Posted - 2007.03.20 22:25:00 - [24]
 

Bah, amateurs.

The flattening of the mass impact on the curve of space-time requires the application of a virtual negative mass matrix. The strange matter required in the device to sustain this matrix gives off a very unique signature under ionic bombardment, like say, solar wind. Hence, larger signature radius.

My gahd. Did you guys not get the basic quantum chronodynamics skill chip with your warp propulsion pack in your navigation 1 skillchip set.

Avaleric
Amarr
SC Special Circumstances
Posted - 2007.03.20 22:29:00 - [25]
 

I still think it's the nanoassembling metaomnipositional gyrospectalsubatomic remote control...

Tecknoblaze
Priory of Empire
Wayfarer Stellar Initiative
Posted - 2007.03.20 22:42:00 - [26]
 

This one time, this pirate was shooting at me and I went lol.

Soporo
Caldari
Posted - 2007.03.20 22:46:00 - [27]
 

Edited by: Soporo on 20/03/2007 22:42:45
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Oh...I thought it might have been a photon feedback caused by a fluctuation in the trilithium matrix making the subspace quantasized sub-ether hypervents re-pre-backcharge the nanoassembling metaomnipositional gyrospectalsubatomic remote control for my neck-rest...


Originally by: meowmixmeow
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Because the Hyperflux generator assisting the auxilary thrust jets work overtime causing fluxuations in the shield regulators boosting the signature radius of the hull :)
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It actually does make sense
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You're both wrong! Additional energy routed from the reactor core to the auxiliary thrusters in addition to the added velocity (forcing the onboard inertial dampeners to draw more energy as well) detracts from energy supplied to shield stabilization and compression processes, reducing the overall coherence of the shield matrix and therefore increasing one's signature radius. DUH.
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So basically... you're hitting the gas really hard so the ship moves really fast and the headrest position adjusts by itself! Brilliance!!!

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I really don't see how the self-adjusting headrest plays into this. Anyone idiodic enough to install a self-adjusting headrest that forces additional energy from the inertial dampeners is missing the point anyway! The added velocity distortions completely eliminate the effective structural and spinal support any modern headrest is designed to give! Not to mention the negative effects on the (essential)shield cohesion. I mean, really.
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Look, you obviously don't spend much time adjusting quantum shield fluctuation reduction manifolds or you would know that they regulate shield boosting and the hyperflux generator has nothing to do with this.
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You, sirs, are desperately deranged men.

Aindrias
Amarr
Celestial Janissaries
Curatores Veritatis Alliance
Posted - 2007.03.20 22:49:00 - [28]
 

... and then the calibrations of the self adjusting headrest were off my .00001 micron and my neck snapped upon impact and a spike shot out through the headrest as the visco-elastic material morphed due to entering warp...

Ok, I'm not much of a nerd so how bout...

Dense things have more inertia so you have to get our and push harder to make it go and your fat egg/pod pushing on the bumper of the ship makes it easier to lock on.....

Inertial stabilizers are the things Riker would say to the crew that are being turned off when in warp, so hold on....

Tra

Aind

Chronos VIII
Amarr
Cataclysm Enterprises
Ev0ke
Posted - 2007.03.20 22:54:00 - [29]
 

FREAKS Laughing

Hoshi
Hedron Industries
Red Dwarf Racketeering Division
Posted - 2007.03.20 22:57:00 - [30]
 

Originally by: VeNT
Originally by: kieron
Tuxford thought it would balance the modules? Oh, wait!

The inertial stabilizers are reinforcing elements of the ship's hull, structure and propulsion systems, making them more 'dense' after a fashion. To do so requires a significant amount of energy. It is this combination of dense structure and increased energy output that allows ship and scanner systems a higher chance of scanning and targeting.



why not just make them increase mass?

Because increased mass = less agility. What would be the point of the module if it made you less agile?


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