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Old 03-09-2008, 12:16 PM
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It's about cables.. then suddenly about a warp field... and then back to the cables.
Coaxial is a cable refrence.
A guess is that it is refering to the coil of the engines.
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Coaxial warp drive simply means that the anti-matter and matter are focused throughtwo dilithium crystals with diffrent orientations to the M/AM stream and to the other dilituim crystal. (basically)
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Old 03-09-2008, 05:22 PM
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But what does the power generation matter.
coaxial warp seems more about the field mechanics.
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But what does the power generation matter.
coaxial warp seems more about the field mechanics.
Evidently it generates a more stable warp field and is more efficient.
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But did you see that spatial effect? did it literaly jump?
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I think this will do a good job explaining it...

http://youtube.com/watch?v=GKQ7sB35jNc
haha man that video was to funny.
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I guess it simply means that the nacelles are parallel to the core - a horizontal core.
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Oh, well why was that not said before?

The technobabble confused me, lol
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It think the coaxial warp was a ...idea someone had and it wasn't really well thought it out.
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It originated in trying to get arround the warp 5 limit.
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