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Dyson Sphere Door (SoG)' About Game/Set: Star Trek CCG 1st Edition Expansion: Shades of Gray Publisher: The Continuing Committee Country: USA Year. Aber vielleicht sollte ich zuerst mal erklären, was eine Dyson-Sphäre ich endlich durch den Game of Thrones-Wälzer durch bin (auch wenns schade Laut Phil Plait (bad astronomy) waere eine luftgefuellte Dysonsphere. Ich hoffe trotzdem, dass sie sich noch einiger Schwächen mit dem Update annehmen und die Dyson Sphere nicht das einzige ist. Desweiteren. car Could Humanity Ever Really Build a Dyson Sphere Fantasy 32 · milou52 Could Humanity Ever Really Build a Dyson Sphere Fantasy Too pretty for words. des Weltraums dienen und dadurch vermutlich auch irgendwann zu so einer Dyson Sphere führen. "Game of Thrones": Der vermutlich letzte Trailer zur 6.
Die HBO-Serie Game of Thrones und die Buchreihe A Song of Ice and Fire bieten die hohl ist und in der Mitte eine Sonne hat, lesen Sie über Dyson Sphere. des Weltraums dienen und dadurch vermutlich auch irgendwann zu so einer Dyson Sphere führen. "Game of Thrones": Der vermutlich letzte Trailer zur 6. Aber vielleicht sollte ich zuerst mal erklären, was eine Dyson-Sphäre ich endlich durch den Game of Thrones-Wälzer durch bin (auch wenns schade Laut Phil Plait (bad astronomy) waere eine luftgefuellte Dysonsphere.
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Joined: Nov 28, Location: Haifa, Israel. Shurik , Apr 10, Joined: Jan 31, Location: Yorkshire. Obviously Westeros and the other continents are on the planet of Ribos Lonemagpie , Apr 10, Joined: Nov 4, Location: Would life, plant or animal, be ok with that?
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Allyn Gibson , Apr 10, Last edited: Apr 10, Yeah, was going to suggest Ringworld as an alternative on that one.
Scout , Apr 10, The tech is so involved that magic is an easier explanation Klaus , Apr 10, From what little info I've been able to glean on the subject, GRRM will be explaining the wonky seasons in the final book - whenever that happens - and that it will likely involve a purely magical origin.
IIRC, their mythology mentioned something about a second moon that exploded near the sun, creating all the dragons as they drank in its fire.
It's possible that that may have had something to do with the seasonal issues, shifting the orbit or some-such.
However, Dyson was not the first to advance this idea. He was inspired by the science fiction novel Star Maker ,  by Olaf Stapledon , and possibly by the works of J.
Although such megastructures are theoretically possible, building a stable Dyson sphere system is currently beyond humanity's engineering capacity. The number of craft required to obtain, transmit, and maintain a complete Dyson sphere exceeds present-day industrial capabilities.
George Dvorsky has advocated the use of self-replicating robots to overcome this limitation in the relatively near term.
In fictional accounts, the Dyson-sphere concept is often interpreted as an artificial hollow sphere of matter around a star. This perception is based on a literal interpretation of Dyson's original short paper introducing the concept.
In response to letters prompted by some papers, Dyson replied, "A solid shell or ring surrounding a star is mechanically impossible.
The form of 'biosphere' which I envisaged consists of a loose collection or swarm of objects traveling on independent orbits around the star.
The variant closest to Dyson's original conception is the "Dyson swarm". It consists of a large number of independent constructs usually solar power satellites and space habitats orbiting in a dense formation around the star.
This construction approach has advantages: components could be sized appropriately, and it can be constructed incrementally. Disadvantages resulting from the nature of orbital mechanics would make the arrangement of the orbits of the swarm extremely complex.
The simplest such arrangement is the Dyson ring , in which all such structures share the same orbit. More-complex patterns with more rings would intercept more of the star's output, but would result in some constructs eclipsing others periodically when their orbits overlap.
Such a cloud of collectors would alter the light emitted by the star system see below. However, the disruption compared to a star's overall natural emitted spectrum would most likely be too small for Earth-based astronomers to observe.
A second type of Dyson sphere is the "Dyson bubble". It would be similar to a Dyson swarm, composed of many independent constructs and likewise could be constructed incrementally.
Unlike the Dyson swarm, the constructs making it up are not in orbit around the star, but would be statites —satellites suspended by use of enormous light sails using radiation pressure to counteract the star's pull of gravity.
Such constructs would not be in danger of collision or of eclipsing one another; they would be totally stationary with regard to the star, and independent of one another.
Because the ratio of radiation pressure to the force of gravity from a star is constant regardless of the distance provided the satellite has an unobstructed line-of-sight to the surface of its star  , such satellites could also vary their distance from their central star.
The practicality of this approach is questionable with modern material science , but cannot yet be ruled out. Such a material has not yet been produced in the form of a working light sail.
A single sheet of graphene , the two-dimensional form of carbon, has a density of only 0. However, as of graphene has not been fabricated in large sheets, and it has a relatively high rate of radiation absorption, about 2.
Ultra-light carbon nanotubes meshed through molecular manufacturing techniques have densities between 1. By the time a civilization is ready to use this technology, the carbon nanotube 's manufacturing might be optimised enough for them to have a density lower than the necessary 0.
Such a structure would, however, have a mass quite a lot less than many asteroids. Although the construction of such a massive habitable statite would be a gigantic undertaking, and the required material science behind it is early stage, there are other engineering feats and required materials proposed in other Dyson sphere variants.
In theory, if enough satellites were created and deployed around their star, they would compose a non-rigid version of the Dyson shell mentioned below.
Such a shell would not suffer from the drawbacks of massive compressive pressure, nor are the mass requirements of such a shell as high as the rigid form.
Such a shell would, however, have the same optical and thermal properties as the rigid form, and would be detected by searchers in a similar fashion see below.
The variant of the Dyson sphere most often depicted in fiction is the "Dyson shell": a uniform solid shell of matter around the star. Such a structure would also provide an immense surface that many envision would be used for habitation, if the surface could be made habitable.
A spherical shell Dyson sphere in the Solar System with a radius of one astronomical unit , so that the interior surface would receive the same amount of sunlight as Earth does per unit solid angle , would have a surface area of approximately 2.
This would intercept the full Non-shell designs would intercept less, but the shell variant represents the maximum possible energy captured for the Solar System at this point of the Sun's evolution.
There are several serious theoretical difficulties with the solid shell variant of the Dyson sphere:. Such a shell would have no net gravitational interaction with its englobed star see shell theorem , and could drift in relation to the central star.
If such movements went uncorrected, they could eventually result in a collision between the sphere and the star—most likely with disastrous results.
Such structures would need either some form of propulsion to counteract any drift, or some way to repel the surface of the sphere away from the star.
For the same reason, such a shell would have no net gravitational interaction with anything else inside it. The contents of any biosphere placed on the inner surface of a Dyson shell would not be attracted to the sphere's surface and would simply fall into the star.
It has been proposed that a biosphere could be contained between two concentric spheres, placed on the interior of a rotating sphere in which case, the force of artificial "gravity" is perpendicular to the axis of rotation, causing all matter placed on the interior of the sphere to pool around the equator, effectively rendering the sphere a Niven ring for purposes of habitation, but still fully effective as a radiant-energy collector or placed on the outside of the sphere where it would be held in place by the star's gravity.
Indeed, it can be viewed as being at the base of an infinite number of arbitrarily selected domes, but because much of the force from any one arbitrary dome is counteracted by those of another, the net force on that point is immense, but finite.
No known or theorized material is strong enough to withstand this pressure, and form a rigid, static sphere around a star. Anders Sandberg estimates that there is 1.
This includes the hard-to-access cores of the gas giants; the inner planets alone provide only The shell would be vulnerable to impacts from interstellar bodies, such as comets , meteoroids , and material in interstellar space that is currently being deflected by the Sun's bow shock.
The heliosphere , and any protection it theoretically provides, would cease to exist. Another possibility is the "Dyson net", a web of cables strung about the star that could have power or heat collection units strung between the cables.
The Dyson net reduces to a special case of Dyson shell or bubble, however, depending on how the cables are supported against the sun's gravity.
A bubbleworld is an artificial construct that consists of a shell of living space around a sphere of hydrogen gas.
The shell contains air, people, houses, furniture, etc. The content of both the books and the show implies a world much like our own, albeit with a very weird climate.
But keep in mind while the scifi genre may concern itself with pseudo- scientific explanations for in-world phenomena, the fantasy genre generally does not.
It is a round planet as per Author's words which is larger than our world and more akin to Tolkien's secondary world.
It's Earth, but it is not our Earth. And since our Earth isn't hollow, neither is Planetos. It is another planet? If you wanted to do a science fiction approach, you could call it an alternate world, but that sounds too science fictional.
Tolkien really pioneered that with Middle Earth. I mean if Dany traveled far enough east couldnt she come to the other side of westeros?
Yes, the world is round. Might be a little larger than ours, though. I was thinking more like Vance's Big Planet Also note that the planet has been referred to as earth in the books, but there are grammatical differences between Earth and earth.
On size of the most famous continents, if you are interested, George R. He said :. I will post the dates and times of my signing tour in the "touring" thread uptopic.
Thanks for asking. As for your other questions boy, you folks are relentless , I don't have the precise population of King's Landing on[sic] the exact area of Westeros immediately on hand.
In very general terms, however King's Landing is more populous than medieval London or Paris, but not so populous as medieval Constantinople or ancient Rome.
Some readers have likened Westeros to England because they see some general similarities in its shape, and in its location off the west coast of a larger landmass.
More the size though not the shape, obviosuly of South America , I'd say. In addition to what others have mentioned, there's also the little problem that inside a uniform spherical shell, there's no net gravitational force.
On Earth, it is said if you go far enough north you will eventually be going south, but if you travel west you will always be heading west.
So the riddle does suggest they are on an inner planet. I do, however, like the idea of them living on a ringed planet as nothing is impossible, This could be correct - the irregularity of the seasons is something I find fascinating.
If they live on a planet with an inconsistent tilt or an off-balance swaying planet that would explain the odd seasons. If you go to the website of the author of the book series, George RR Martin, you'll find he seems to have a hobby for small toy soldiers and toy castles and such.
My guess is that someone at HBO noticed this and decided that a simple machine approach to this might look nice. I get the impression that GRRM may have even had a significant impact on the direction of the show and may have had something to do with this.
There is only the one shot that implies a 'hollow world' and that is the one looking west at Westeros as the camera pans across Vaes Dothrak.
I took that more to be curling up of the edge of a flat map rather than indication of an inverted sphere.
What I do like about that shot is the more 'natural' S-shaped look of the continent of Westeros, rather than the oblong sheet-of-paper-shaped maps in Martin's books.
In a world full of magic forces it's possible to have a concave world and still have gravity Being a round world it doesn't matter if you're at the inside surface or the outside surface, you would still be able to travel "around" the world.
On the other hand, I don't recall the specific details of the voyages around the world mentioned in Lars's answer I've just started rereading the books.
The biggest push for me is the mentioning of the Shadow Realm. The woman in Quarth gives a riddle like "To go to the north you must go south.
This strange riddle maybe an insight to the differences in physics if the world was on the inside of a sphere. Another thing to point out is that Mormont tell's Dany about the Dothraki belief that in the Shadow Realm, there is "Ghost grass" which would one day to over the world.
She then shivers and says "I don't want to talk about it.