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How would a nuclear weaponry operate in Traveller? [on hold]

A friend recommended I post this question here – said I’d be more likely to get a useful response than, say, from Reddit.

My question is: How would a nuclear explosions operate in the cold, hard vacuum that is Traveller space combat?

Battlestar: Galactica and Mobile Suit Gundam SEED both portrayed nuclear weapons (or fusion/fission technology in general) in an outer-space environment. In one episode of BS:G, the Galactica gets nailed by a thermonuclear warhead that managed to penetrate its curtain of defensive fire, but (to my surprise) the ship survived being crippled or destroyed outright.

I’ve been digging into MgT-2 over the last few months. Its hard science fiction approach reminds me of The Expanse. The more I dig into it, I find myself daydreaming about the reality of combat in space. No atmosphere to conduct sound, so combat is mostly quiet; ship attack from long distances takes minutes, even longer at extreme ranges. Combat in a hard-sci environment takes on some qualities I’m not used to in most sci-fi settings, and I like it.

How does Traveller handle such considerations? As far as I’ve managed to peruse, the combat system handles conventional weaponry, but doesn’t go into some of the effectively environmental effects of non-conventional occurrences – like the detonation of a fissionable warhead. I have a few specifics I’d like to get some insight on:

  1. How would a vacuum affect a nuclear explosion (or, really, any explosion)? Would the lack of atmosphere cause it to snuff out sooner? For a nuclear blast, which stages of the detonation/fallout would experience significant change? Would the effective blast radius be likely shrink or expand?
  2. Would the shockwave from a nuclear blast travel far through a vacuum, or would it exist at all? In general situations, I believe you’d see an explosion but hear and feel nothing; with something of this magnitude, is that still true? Is space truly a vacuum through which nothing can transmit?
  3. Traveller considers radiation exposure in open space as fairly harmful over short periods of time; without the proper shielding, space travel over long periods of time is extremely hazardous, and space walks without protective layering are reckless. Would the radiation released from a nuclear explosion be more or less considerable in a vacuum?

I appreciate your consideration, and any insightful answers (or even hypothesis) would be fantastic. Direction towards rules, homebrew solutions, specific examples, or just some theorycrafting would be great!

How to design a system that can operate and replay its functions call stack?

I am writing a processor for the Citation Style Language (CSL) in JavaScript.

Before I explain what my problem is, I must give some context first:

CSL is an XML specification for describing how to generate citations and bibliographies in a particular style (e.g. Harvard, APA, etc.)

Let’s say I wanted to create my own citation style, e.g. the “Stack Exchange” style

Given the following XML pseudo code (an XML complying with the Citation Style Language specification would look a bit different but hopefully you get the idea.)

<citation>   <author>     <lastname suffix=", "/>     <firstname first-letter-only="true" suffix="."/>   </author>   <year prefix=" (" suffix="). "/>   <title suffix=". "/>   <source prefix="Retrieved from "/> </citation> 

And the following data:

{ "author_lastname": "Doe",   "author_firstname": "John",   "title": "My paper title",   "year": "2009",   "source": "http://example.com" } 

Then I should expect the following citation:

Doe, J. (2019). My paper title. Retrieved from http://example.com 

I use XSLT to generate a JavaScript module out of an XML document. I then use this module as any regular Node.js modules to produce citations.

$   xsltproc generate-module.xsl stackexchange.xml >stackexchange.js 

Then in Node.js:

var citation = require('./stackexchange.js');  citation({ "author_lastname": "Doe",            "author_firstname": "John",            "title": "My paper title",            "year": "2009",            "source": "http://example.com" });  //=> "Doe, J. (2019). My paper title. Retrieved from http://example.com" 

In a nutshell, each node in a XML document is converted into a function that receives as its parameters:

  1. its attributes (if any)
  2. its children (as functions; if any)
  3. the data it needs to process

Let’s imagine the following contrived example:

<a>   <b>     <c>       <d value="foo"/>     </c>   </b> </a> 

The generated module would something like that:

// dummy-style.js module.exports = () => a(b(c(d("foo")))); 

Where:

  • d will simply return its value attribute
  • c will append the string 'c'
  • b will append the string 'b'
  • a will append the string 'a'

Example of usage:

var citation = require('./dummy-style.js');  citation(); //=> "foocba" 

Now here’s the challenge that I am facing!

The specification could say things like: « if d produces the string ‘foo’ then b must not append the string ‘b’ to its output »

This is where I’m struggling as I need to somehow keep track of which functions have been called and where they’ve been called. It’s becoming clear to me that my functions cannot simply return strings; they must be wrapped with some sort of metadata.

It feels like I need to inspect my functions call stack, inspect that stack and apply some other rules before I can replay it. But I really don’t know how to approach this.

Questions

  1. Am I facing an issue that is common when designing “compilers” or “processors”?
  2. Are there any design principles that I’m lacking?
  3. How would you tackle this issue?

Can the Cellular Applewatch operate without an iPhone?

My 80 y.o. mother will not use a smartphone, however, I would like to give her a cellular (T-mobile service) Apple Watch, because it sports the fall sensor, that automatically calls EMS / designated contact.

Although could configure the Apple Watch with an un-simmed iPhone: Is it possible to provision an A-Watch so that it has its own phone number and not share it with an iPhone? She has a flip-phone (Tracphone) that she is comfortable with and I am certain she will switch to any smartphone.

Was there a talent that let you roll operate with intelligence instead of agility?

It’s been some time but I’m planing out a character for a Dark harasy 2e game but I remember there being a talent that let you use an interface port to operate a vehicle with intelligence instead of agility if you could plug into it. I’m trying to find it but with no luck. Dose anyone know what book this is in?

[ Buying & Selling ] Open Question : Daily drive motorcycle vs car cost to operate?

i currently drive a 70s honda motorcycle.i put 400 into the bike got new tires, chain sprockets brakes an a battery i pay about 200 a year for insurance and the bike cost about 1200. Im looking at would a car be cheaper to operate. I can buy a older toyota camry for 2k with 170k miles an insure for 100 a month liability. gas mileage would be the same in the camry so im looking at would a car hold up longer with less maitance cost . the downfall is the car cost anothr 900 a year in insurance but the bike requires work more often.

Article Scraper (premium plugin): no idea how to operate this new version

So in the previous version you just had to input the Kw that you wanted your articles to be about, but in this new one asks for a lot of fields that I dont even understand and theres no tutorial to be found or help. I just want to find articles about a particular topic, please help, Ive searched this site, admittedly not in great depth, and havent found anything at all

EDIT: found in youtube the tutorial, Im going to watch it and see if I have any doubts afterwards