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Black Ghost SRaSCFPS "Silencer"
The SRaSCFPS or Stealth Radar and Sonar Canceling Fleet Protection Ship, Is designed to camouflage our Baltic Fleets in the open ocean.
About this creation
The revolutionary technology on this small ship has the power to render an entire fleet invisible to radar and sonar. How you ask? By utilizing negative wavelengths. Now don't go calling this impossible, just hear me out. My friend Eric gave me the whole idea in engineering class one day. Eric is a computer wiz, and he showed me this computer program that dealt with wavelengths. At first I thought it was boring, but then he got to the part that sparked this idea, he played a noise off the program, at a certain wavelength. On its own it was a constant metallic beeping noise. Then he turned on a feature that played a sound of the exact opposite wavelength, the negative wavelength. When the opposite was played, both sounds canceled each other out and no noise was heard at all.


I didn't think much of it until about a week ago, when conversation in my military group turned to micro vs. minifig scale ships. That's when I decided I wanted to make a minifig scale ship. I was about done with the hull when the conversation changed again. It turned to the importance of stealth in ships, and I thought, "Why not turn my new hull into a stealth ship?" Then it hit me. Eric's wavelength project. Why make one stealth ship when I could make a ship able to disguise an entire fleet? The answer was yes, and this ship was born. Using negative wavelengths opposite to those used bay the enemy, it completely cancels radar and sonar waves. rendering the surrounding fleet invisible. Pretty cool huh?



A full view of the ship.



Another full view.



The front.



The back.



The helicopter on deck.



Deck with no helicopter.



The mast, where all the "Camouflage Magic" happens. One of the dishes cancels radar, and one cancels sonar.



The front cannon. The ship is not an attack vessel, it has this front cannon for defense, along with two side mounted guns. The helicopter can also be deployed to defend the ship if need be.



View of the interior.



The captain's stand, from which he controls the ship.



The computers and other specialized equipment needed to control the negative waves system. There are two separate systems to run, one that cnacels radar, and one that cancels sonar.



The helicopter. It can be deployed in emergencies, or as a scout.



The helicopter has two side mounted flick-fire missile launchers, and one bottom-mounted double-barreled minigun.




interior of the helicopter.



Comments

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  November 17, 2009
Awsome Thomas. But before you go into the "stealth" and "cyber" era might I show you this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGTq0vSGUdQ&feature=related
  November 15, 2009
To Dr. Spontaneous. Well if the wind and the seas make the wave alter, why not use the waves in space with a satelite helper?
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  November 15, 2009
This looks great and IS great, with a cool helicopter. This idea is great, Now we can attack with no one knowing it! Anyways, thanks, for my new carrier is clearly visible on any un-affected radar.
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  November 13, 2009
Very nice! I like the use of the glass table as a background. It makes it look as though the ship is on water because the glass has a pattern.
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  November 13, 2009
5 stars!!! AMAZING!!!!!
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  November 12, 2009
WOW. You really outdid yourself this time, Thomas! Most excellent work! The Pharaoh leaped out of his throne when he saw this... I think he's still in the design room designing a similar ship. It will probably be much larger. Truly inspiring work here, my friend.
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  November 12, 2009
Nice ship but the helicopter is very nice. You can just pretend that the ship just feeds to a satillite which does the blanketing. The ship could be collecting data to relay to the satillite. see ya. garth
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  November 12, 2009
Love the bird, and the interior of the cabin is nicely detailed. The overall boat shape needs a little help, though. I'm really impressed by how the glass table looks like water, especially from the thumbnail. All in all, a very good build.
 I made it 
  November 12, 2009
Quoting Cole Atelian Nice. Interesting idea. But what would happen if the enemy used more wavelengths then you had of these?
the system is still in the testing phase, I'm going to have to make improvements and multiple units before they are sent out to the ocean battlefields.
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  November 12, 2009
Nice. Interesting idea. But what would happen if the enemy used more wavelengths then you had of these?
 I made it 
  November 12, 2009
I could probably implement the same technology array on full war ships, as you say, it wouldn't camouflage an entire fleet, but individual systems on individual ships could camouflage the mass of that one ship.
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  November 12, 2009
I'm just a babbling bit of a brain. I can see this being utilized for offshore reconnaissance or patrol missions. Also, you can probably utilize this during Spec. Ops. missions to cover your operatives communication during the mission. Meaning you could cover up small arrays of wavelengths, just not fleets.
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  November 12, 2009
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous Excellent work. However, the US Navy experimented with the exact same system (give or take a few pieces of effective equipment) and it utterly failed. The problem with using negative wavelengths is you have to reduce a great amount of speed on the positive wavelength for it to be practical. The churning of the seas generally alters the exact positive wavelength and to counter a variable with a given is nearly impossible. Your fleet would have to have calm waters as well as moving at a singular speed so the variables reduced, but still ever present. Computer programs can run dozens of these projects and be successful, but the sheer fact that there are more natural variables than mathematical just overwhelms all odds.
well doctor, thanks for the insight, I never knew that before. I'll think of ways to make this useful somehow.
 I made it 
  November 12, 2009
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great Interesting, but what if the enemy changes wavelengths?
it has sensors that can pick up changing wavelengths and change the negatives accordingly.
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  November 12, 2009
Excellent work. However, the US Navy experimented with the exact same system (give or take a few pieces of effective equipment) and it utterly failed. The problem with using negative wavelengths is you have to reduce a great amount of speed on the positive wavelength for it to be practical. The churning of the seas generally alters the exact positive wavelength and to counter a variable with a given is nearly impossible. Your fleet would have to have calm waters as well as moving at a singular speed so the variables reduced, but still ever present. Computer programs can run dozens of these projects and be successful, but the sheer fact that there are more natural variables than mathematical just overwhelms all odds.
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  November 12, 2009
Interesting, but what if the enemy changes wavelengths?
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  November 12, 2009
Wow, that is really a fantastic ship! Amazing, really.
 
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