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UNE Labs, Foolin' With Gravity
Research and Development at its best.
About this creation
I am proud to present the next installment of the UNE Labs series.


Here we find Luigi, former chief mechanic at my wall station, making sure the Grav-Generator (Grav-Gen) is ready for the tests.


The techie sees that the sensors are indeed working.


I'm sure by the 23rd Century we'll have something better than paper and pens, but the tech girl doesn't know that.


*All personnel clear the test floor, all personnel!*


Grav readings are
at expected levels: 0.96G (for those who don't know, 1G is one Earth's gravity. The fact that this is lower than one shows the moon we're testing this on is slightly smaller than Earth.)


*Prep for G increase!*


*Hold on to your butts...*


*Grav-Gen ignition at minimal power levels...*


*click*FWOOOOSH Hummmmmmmmwumwumwumwum.......


The test is successful. The scientists feel 5G with the machine at minimum power. Coffee mugs all over the compound shatter on floors, walls, and ceilings.
-Prototype Status-
Clear for production.


The Grav-Gen works (in theory) like a particle accelerator, but instead of simply smashing atoms together, it compresses a large stream into a very tiny area, increasing density and thereby gravity. I tried to implement some good greebling into this, and I think it turned out well.


The tech girl, guy, and Luigi.




Comments

 I like it 
  April 2, 2010
Question: Does the grav generator affect an entire planet/moon? or only the lab? or only a predetermined radius in the planet/moon's surface? Good MOC John
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  April 2, 2010
Quoting Spaztastic the Great You DO realize that 5G would crush any human being's lungs, right?
No. Fighter pilots can pull up to 8. The thing that would hurt more is being flung up to the ceiling if the test floor was above yours.
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  February 9, 2010
Hasn't the term, "Hold on to your butts" been overused?
John Moffatt
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Spaztastic the Great
  January 16, 2010
You DO realize that 5G would crush any human being's lungs, right?
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  January 16, 2010
That generator is awesome! Good stuff!
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  January 6, 2010
that's the best artificial gravity generator i've ever seen
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  November 11, 2009
This is probably as good as a lab can get! Excellent job! As for anti-matter, my bombs can help you with that...>=)
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  September 21, 2009
WOW! I think you could also use it as a hyper drive booster for a big starfighter. It looks awesome!
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  September 21, 2009
WOW! I think you could also use it as a hyper drive booster for a big starfighter. It looks awesome!
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  September 18, 2009
Masterpiece! Oh and no weapons coming out of this anytime soon, unless you want to lug a 10-ton GravGen around the battlefield. I imagine it would make COP soldiers fall over many times. In space, it could cause enemy frigtes to tumble endlessly around!
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  September 15, 2009
Cool grav-gen and I also like the greebles. I personally think that greebles on creations like this are great but on a spaceship, I believe that they are a clear target for a ships more vulnerable spots. Back to your grav-gen, you mentioned that it can concentrate gravity in a single spot and make it denser, would there be a way at making that into a weapon of some sort? 5/5
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  September 8, 2009
Pretty cool! I like this series! Hope to see more!
  April 1, 2009
your labs are good try making a plasma generator, a matter/anti-matter weapon, or a dark matter weapon. for the dark matter weapon try watching the sci-fi channels movie Dark Storm.
 I like it 
  March 28, 2009
NICE JOB!!! Hey i suggested this idea to Ben and he said to ask you since the UNE are explorers could we like find some kind of artifact on a distant planet and we get some better technolgy ESPECIALLY ANTI-MATTER!!!! WE NEED ANTI-MATTER
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  March 28, 2009
NICE JOB!!! Hey i suggested this idea to Ben and he said to ask you since the UNE are explorers could we like find some kind of artifact on a distant planet and we get some better technolgy ESPECIALLY ANTI-MATTER!!!! WE NEED ANTI-MATTER
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  March 13, 2009
Ha! Funny! Very nice job on the Grav-Gen, sorry I've been gone! Slow MOCpages takes me away... Great job! -Ben =D
 I made it 
  March 11, 2009
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great Uh oh. If this thing is put into full production, it could mean serious consequences for spacial stability.
It already is. See "Savior" Class battleship.
 I like it 
  March 9, 2009
Uh oh. If this thing is put into full production, it could mean serious consequences for spacial stability.
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  March 9, 2009
From the title pic I thought it was a time machine. Cool nonetheless!
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  March 9, 2009
Nice looking machine!
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  March 9, 2009
Nice. Clean little MOC with some cool greeb work.
John Moffatt
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  March 8, 2009
Nice work and again with great details. The studless looking is also getting characteristic for your vigs.
John Moffatt
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CC-7576 "Rex"
  March 8, 2009
Nice work and again with great details. The studless looking is also getting characteristic for your vigs.
 
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