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Join Date: Oct 2012
11-10-2012, 02:17 PM
Do you suppose there might be orders of magnitude more inertia to be overcome by the inertial dampers in going from say full impulse to warp 4, than in any turn a ship could make? If you answer yes to the previous question, then I suggest that my initial question is still in play. If you say no, then, why?
" If a starship turned without banking, the inertia would be less evenly distributed, with some parts of the ship experiencing more structural stress than others. " In this statement, are you suggesting that some parts of the ship are moving at different speeds than others in a turn? Honestly, not flaming, just curious.
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