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The JET is a tokamak, not a stellarator. View More

AppelEater: Calling a fictional novel “fake” seems kind of meaningless. Also the Joint European Torus(JET), a real test fusion reactor, can reach a temperature of 200 million degrees celcius.

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C498
1 month ago
And I am telling you that the temperature of helium (i.e helium plasma) in stellarator is only at max 40 million degrees in 2018.

Thanks for telling me plasma is just ionized gas, I did not know.

I never posed to be an expert. But I did results regarding the temperature of Helium gas in stellarator before posting.

Also I called you an idiot for calling me and my family fake, when I was correct before. I still do not see the need to change it. View More

KageMugen: As far as I know. Plasma is ionized gas. Helium is a gas. As far as I understand stellarators which I really do not do well plasma rotates around constrained by magnetic fields as a medium to give energy to heavy hydrogen isotope deuterium which theoretically then turns into helium.

The previous chapters should make it logical enough that the first run was just testing containment of plasma and not trying fusion. Thank you for calling me an idiot ... I don't know what's lower than an idiot. Is it imbecile, moron? Whatever, but you should probably know since you are an expert in being one.

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C498
1 month ago

arjunks1000: Don't change what's written to suit your narrative idiot.

We are talking about helium here, not plasma.

In 2018 Wendelstein 7-X shattered the records when it was able to get helium to reach a temperature of 40 million degrees. There is a huge difference in temperature between helium and the temperature at the center of plasma.

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C498
1 month ago

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Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C498
1 month ago

arjunks1000: I wasn't talking about that. The novel says the temperature of helium is in hundreds of millions. Which is different from saying the local fusion temperature.

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C498
1 month ago
I wasn't talking about that. The novel says the temperature of helium is in hundreds of millions. Which is different from saying the local fusion temperature. View More

swampboy45: Agree, local fusion temperatures are not necessarily fake, the temperatures within the sun are a composite of the fusion and the other parts of the process and well as post fusion of the previous initiations.

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C498
1 month ago
Don't change what's written to suit your narrative idiot.

We are talking about helium here, not plasma.

In 2018 Wendelstein 7-X shattered the records when it was able to get helium to reach a temperature of 40 million degrees. There is a huge difference in temperature between helium and the temperature at the center of plasma. View More

KageMugen: Go google hottest plasma on Earth ... it's in billions of C ... you're fake, your whole family is fake ... sorry had to ...

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C498
1 month ago

arjunks1000: How fake. The core of the sun is only 15 million degree Celsius (27 million degrees Fahrenheit). The surface of the sun is only 5505 degree Celsius.

Hundreds of millions of degrees=💩

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C498
1 month ago
How fake. The core of the sun is only 15 million degree Celsius (27 million degrees Fahrenheit). The surface of the sun is only 5505 degree Celsius.

Hundreds of millions of degrees=💩 View More
Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C498
1 month ago
Cliff after cliffs View More
Rebirth of the Godly Prodigal · C826
2 months ago

FuriousDragonFist: I invoke my rights of missing chapters to demand more releases!

Path of Medicine With a System · C110
3 months ago

MrHmmm: Hahahaha, I pity you guys the TL

Rebirth of the Godly Prodigal · C722
4 months ago

Dwarkin: Where are such expensive parking lots? Surely, not in the some 3rd class city in the border province

Path of Medicine With a System · C80
4 months ago

arjunks1000: I dont know about you guys, but I can't imagine any guy looking badass with a lotus on his forehead

Legend of the Mythological Genes · C335
4 months ago
I dont know about you guys, but I can't imagine any guy looking badass with a lotus on his forehead View More
Legend of the Mythological Genes · C335
4 months ago
Since the story progression is too slow and there are only 30 or 31 chapters in a month. I will probably stop reading this novel for a while and binge read later. Better to spend my ss elsewhere for now. View More
I Found A Planet · C314
4 months ago

arjunks1000: 140 random characters. Duffy hi gibbon gb f of n if gb jcb g gb hi bl HCG hi gb icb my fb GDC jcb it dog run fb kg zb KYC i no chi FG icb if the HCG HCG

Path of Medicine With a System
5 months ago
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140 random characters. Duffy hi gibbon gb f of n if gb jcb g gb hi bl HCG hi gb icb my fb GDC jcb it dog run fb kg zb KYC i no chi FG icb if the HCG HCG View More
Path of Medicine With a System
5 months ago
Abacus is not a system and is just a tool to perform calculations, similar to a calculator.

The advantage of having zero is why the Greek base 10 number system is not considered as the decimal system we use today. View More

steflin: Nah, the abacus was invented even earlier, which was based on decimal

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C100
5 months ago
That's a system with base 10. If we take that into account then the Egyptians used a similar system in 3000BC. The decimal system as we know it today was invented by Indians as Aryabhatta is the one credited with using zero as a number. View More

Howlinone: Wasn't it invented by the greek mathematician Pythagoras? (About the 9X9 table)

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C100
5 months ago
At least it's not repetitive yet. There were stories that I read which repeated content a lot. View More

Konkey_Dong: To a point where even the people that know him became oblivious to the fact that Chen Fan is walking to the stage with everyone's attention on him and only remembered he's there after all the trash talk... I thought I'd become numb to all this dumb stuff after all the novels I've read... but no... my dao heart is still not good enough

Rebirth Of The Urban Immortal Cultivator · C57
6 months ago

arjunks1000: Bob the builder can we fix it. Bob the builder yes we can

Quicksword Bob · C86
6 months ago
Bob the builder can we fix it. Bob the builder yes we can View More

TheDendelion: we need more bob d builder :D.

Quicksword Bob · C86
6 months ago
Actually we can't fault him too much because china did have a base ten numerical system that precedes Aryabhatta, but they did not use the number zero. A base ten numerical system can be called a decimal system. It is not the modern decimal system, but it is a decimal system.
Though if we go that route then Greeks had a decimal system also which precedes china. View More

Burnninate: The author is really pushing bad facts :-p

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C100
6 months ago
If you are just talking about a base 10 system then yes china did use it before India. But the Greeks used it way before that. Therefore the contention comes in who made zero a number first. As seen in the records Aryabhatta precedes zetian characters.
The issue came about because china did not treat zero as a number, but like a denotion. Like there is no value present there similar to the greeks. In AD 690 the empress promulgated zetian characters which had zero. But Aryabhatta from India had already used it in AD 500.

The rules governing the use of zero appeared for the first time in Brahmagupta's Brahmasputha Siddhanta (628AD). This work considers not only zero, but also negative numbers and the algebraic rules for the elementary operations of arithmetic with such numbers. View More

Yunchiii: Actually you're quite wrong. Decimal system was truly invented by Chinese during Warring States 305 B.C. Indus civilization spread it and Arabian develope it further while western modernize it

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C100
6 months ago
It did not come from Aztecs, olmecs etc. Because we found out their script had zero way afterwards as they were disconnected from the rest of the world.
They used zero as a placeholder around 350 AD, but the Chinese, Egyptians and Babylonians did the same before them. View More

Vampfan1: The Mathematical concept of Zero came from South America, from the Aztecs, Olmecs, ect.

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C100
6 months ago
The issue came about because china did not treat zero as a number, but like a denotion. Like there is no value present there. In AD 690 the empress promulgated zetian characters which had zero. But Aryabhatta from India had already used it in AD 500.

The rules governing the use of zero appeared for the first time in Brahmagupta's Brahmasputha Siddhanta (628AD). This work considers not only zero, but also negative numbers and the algebraic rules for the elementary operations of arithmetic with such numbers. View More

Vampfan1: Arabic&Decimal Number Systems was pretty much stolen by both the Indians and Chinese from each other (repeatedly), lots of arguments about who came up with them first but was most likely from somewhere in India initially.

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C100
6 months ago
Maybe I should have wrote, decimal system as we know it today, but I felt that it was implied. View More

Ombrelongue: True but wrong.
The first one using decimal system where the egyptian, felowed be the greek (repectivly -3'000 JC and -1'500 JC). Not the arabic, and certenly not the chinese.
Arabic mathematic are firstly the use and create of the "0", who make a great jump for the mathématic.

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C100
6 months ago

criticalmind: Yeah... The decimal system was invented by indians...

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C100
6 months ago

arjunks1000: The decimal system was invented by the Indians in between 1st and 4th century. It was adopted in Arabic mathematics and then it was adopted by many other mathematicians. It became popular worldwide with the advent of printing.

So where does china come in, well china had a numeral system which was not as good. Then they adopted the decimal system later on.

Now here is an interesting fact. The Chinese were the first to start using decimal fractions in 4th century BC. Therefore in China they believe that it was the Chinese who made the decimal system with Indians only providing a small contribution.

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C100
7 months ago
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