Dating science your side this is dating
So don't complain if you find yourself reading the same thing twice.
I illustrate many concepts with quotes from science fiction novels.
If you still disagree, your best bet is to go to the Usenet newsgroup sf.science and the Yahoo group SFCon Sim-l and present your case there.
If it survives both, I will incorporate your contributions.
Or if you prefer, it is because I'm trying to make the equations easier for a non-rocket-scientist to use. You will have a big head-start if you've had a course in high-school physics (and didn't flunk).
I had no idea that males demonstrate their fitness through acrobatic flips and leaps, though.And ships that never quite made it, like the Strategic Star Command Galactic Cruiser Leif Ericson.In many cases, the ship becomes a character in and of themselves.The more real you make the ship, the more real the rest of the story will be.If man survives for as long as the least successful of the dinosaurs—those creatures whom we often deride as nature's failures—then we may be certain of this: for all but a vanishingly brief instant near the dawn of history, the word 'ship' will mean— 'spaceship.' Like the Romantics before them, genre-sf writers have generally been on the side of Faust, convinced that the quest for knowledge was a sacred one, no matter how fondly a jealous God might prefer blind faith.
As a boy almost everything I learned about science I learned from Isaac Asimov. I try very hard to use Asimov's clarity of making complex subjects understandable. This taught me the jargon of science, allowing me to replace confusing technical terms with simple English.