Some articles on wave motion, guns, wave motion gun, motion:
... The message also contains plans for an advanced-technology Wave Motion Engine -- capable of faster-than-light travel ... As the ship breaks free of the Earth's surface, Wildstar aims the ship's main guns at the carrier ... Avatar fires the guns, destroying the carrier ...
... The ship starts its Wave Motion Engine and breaks free of the missiles ... to Sandor -- the Argo is able to use its Wave Motion Gun to defeat the fleet ... Royster suggests to Sandor that firing the wave motion gun will generate a recoil that pushes the Argo out ...
... was a geometric model used to explain the variations in speed and direction of the apparent motion of the Moon, Sun, and planets ... In particular it explained the retrograde motion of the five planets known at the time ... Epicyclical motion is used in the Antikythera Mechanism, an ancient Greek astronomical device for computing the phase and position of the Moon using four ...
... Baron d'Holbach's ideas about physical motion ... to Serena, Toland claimed that rest, or absence of motion, is not merely relative ... Actually, for Toland, rest is a special case of motion ...
... "Wave Motion Gun" is a song by Marcy Playground, originally released on their 1999 album Shapeshifter ... song refer to a science fiction concept of an extremely powerful weapon (the wave motion gun of Star Blazers anime fame) which, after being fired, requires considerable time to ... In the song, it is as though the "wave motion gun" from Star Blazers is being compared to a syringe of heroin ...
Famous quotes containing the words gun, wave and/or motion:
“We got our new rifled muskets this morning. They are mostly old muskets, many of them used, altered from flint-lock to percussion ... but the power of the gun was fully as great as represented. The ball at one-fourth mile passed through the largest rails; at one-half mile almost the same.... I think it an excellent arm.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“I sometimes compare press officers to riflemen on the Sommemowing down wave upon wave of distortion, taking out rank upon rank of supposition, deduction and gossip.”
—Bernard Ingham (b. 1932)
“till disproportiond sin
Jarrd against natures chime, and with harsh din
Broke the fair musick that all creatures made
To their great Lord, whose love their motion swayd
In perfect Diapason, whilst they stood
In first obedience, and their state of good.”
—John Milton (16081674)