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lirik lagu james kirk bogucheski – landing vectors 3 – teleguided missile systems


this material is 100% educational and is intended only to study the fields of physics, chemistry and neural networks

teleguided missile systems

using this same approach, the gps locale in between the coordinates would render z to be the distance in between the target acquired that could be displayed in time remaining to hit, feet away from target or meters away from target

instead of n, the force required to move an object, we plug in the acceleration that can be displayed as kmph, mph, the acceleration is controlled by a rocket propulsion jet, that is regulated by a fuel system (could be gas, or other) selenoid valve that gradually releases more fuel as the acceleration b-tton is pressed

ex: 120 km/h = 88φ + 20θ + 3ζ
[255, 55, 1,235ft ]

such would be a missile going at 120 km/h in the target’s direction that is 1,235 feet away, turning a circ-mference angle of 88 degrees to meet the target, 55 feet above the ground, maintaining an upwards direction of a 20 degree angle

the φ and θ are instead of forces exerted on an object through a hit, directional parameters that navigate the warhead using the wingflap controls, φ turns right or left and θ goes up or down. ζ still expresses wind presence which may affect the directional capabilities of the missile

using a cognitive neural network that identifies an object, or an object’s heat signature the system can control the missile by itself once a target has been selected. some aircraft express low heat signals, and there are thermal supressing suits that keep heat signatures from showing on the scope, but the cognitive neural network might be able to fix that by registering the targets based on what it looks like
it could send this information via satellite or via drone

the reactive material on the inside could be a bath of heated water that includes inside a plutonium, or uranium wand, encased by a gl-ss sh-ll, that before impact the sh-ll opens and starts a nuclear reaction. a very intense, toxic blast that would affect targets within a quarter of a mile. could be a 1.5k, or a 1.5n

either that, or tnt mixed with some white phosphorous that as soon as exposed to the atmosphere would ignite and combust. these are less intense blasts with a smaller radius, but can be effective against single armored targets. 1.3h