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H2O (what would have become my second book - major WIP)

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« on: May 17, 2007, 10:37:52 pm »

@ArchonSilderax: Well, as far as I know extreme G's are still troublesome in zero-G conditions. Yes, there is no gravity outside the ship, but if that fighter were to, for example, come from max speed to a dead stop after which it does a 180 and speeds off again, that's bound to crush the pilot in some way. Smiley  That's why you have 'inertial dampening' in several sci-fi works, to compensate for those high G and acceleration thingies. I think you're right in assuming proper restrainment and zero-G can relieve some of the stress on the body, but my idea was to have those black fighters pull such insane stunts that no human could survive it even with restrainment and ID. Anyway, thanks for the comments! I'm very curious about what you all think of H2O so far! Cheesy

@jazen: Thanks! Cheesy  I'm off to Eindhoven tomorrow for the VNV Nation concert coming Saturday, so I'll be back next week. I'll post the rest on Monday then. Wink

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