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The Spacebunnies

“The Spacebunnies”

Copyright © 2017-2018 by Dustin Jon Scott
[Last Update: June 6th, 2018]


A team of superheroines who travel the universe fighting space evil. Inspirations included Lost in Space, the original Star Trek, Space Ghost and The Herculoids, Heavy Metal and Heavy Metal 2000, Airplane II: The Sequel, Howard the Duck, Spaceballs, Amazon Women on the Moon, Felix the Cat: The Movie, Earthworm Jim, The 5th Element, Starship Troopers, and Futurama.

Part I

The Spacebunnies

Part I.a.

Veronica “Ronni” Tron

Veronica Tron Veronica Tron Veronica Tron

Part I.b.

Ecstasy “Stacey” Quazar

Part I.c.

Kahni Photon

Part I.d.

Allison “Alli” Nova

Part II

Space Creatures

Space Rat Space Rat Random Space Creatures Random Space Creatures Piranha Frog

Part III


Acceleration & deceleration (impulse) phases:
Impulse Phase [1] = Ion thrusters
Impulse Phase [2] = Plasma thrusters
Impulse Phase [3] = Nuclear thermal rockets
Impulse Phase [4] = Magnetoplasmic rockets
Impulse Phase [5] = Controlled interval quantum quasi-singularity vacuum compression/decompression engines

Deuterium (2H) ion

Impulse [N] = Anti-matter injection
Antideuterium (AD2) Ion
Impulse [N] = Alcubierre field

Types of Hydrogen:
Protium (1H), or light hydrogen (stable hydrogen isotope the nucleus of which contains only a single proton and no neutron)
Deuterium (2H), or heavy hydrogen (stable hydrogen isotope the nucleus of which, called a deuteron, contains both a neutron and a proton)
Tritium (3H)
Neutronium (0N) (matter composed entirely of neutrons)
Pentaneutronium 50

FTL Superluminal Thrust Nacelle
Magnetoplasmic Rocket
2H Pressurized Superfluid? Fuel Tank
2H Fuel Tank Depressurization Anti-Backfire Valve
2H Fuel Lines
2H Jet Compressors
2H Thyratron (cathode/anode/electrode/node?)
Plasmatic Phasing Arc Cathodes
Internal Combustion Protium (1H) Cell Engine
Hypervelocity-Spin Plasmatic Conduction and Acceleration Chamber
Neutrally Buffered Magnetically Polarized +/- Conduction Rings
Neutronium Centrifugal Separation & Protium (1H) Acceleration Ring Gaps

Internal Annihilation Deuterium (2H)/Antideuterium (AD2) Cell Engine
Internal Annihilation Hydrogen/Antihydrogen Cell Engine

Valence shell = atomic Coulomb force binding an orbiting electron to the proton of the atomic nucleus.
Valence shell disruption
Meson nucleic impulse,
rear coupler,

Nuclear-electric engine, fast solar sailing

(1 )=Astronomical unit/(VC/T=s1)=
(1 )=Light-second/(VC/T=s1)= 186,000 miles
(1 )=Gigameter/(VC/T=s1)=
(1 )=Light-minute/(VC/T=s1)=
(1 )=Microparsec/(VC/T=s1)=
(1 )=Terameter/(VC/T=s1)=
(1 )=Light-hour/(VC/T=s1)= 11,160,000 miles
(1 )=Light-day/(VC/T=s1)= 267,840,000
(1 )=Milliparsec/(VC/T=s1)=
(1 )=Light-week/(VC/T=s1)=])=
(1 )=Light-month/(VC/T=s1)=
(1 )=Light-year/(VC/T=s1)=
(1 )=Angstrom/(VC/T=s1)=
(1 )=Parsec/(VC/T=s1)=

1) Hypervelocity refers to speeds exceeding 3,000 m/s (meters per second approximately l6,700 mph, 11,000 km/h, 10,000 ft/s, or Mach 8.8). In particular, it refers to velocities sufficiently high that the strength of the atomic bonds cohesifying small compared to inertial stresses. Thus, even metals behave like fluid under hypervelocity impact. Extreme hypervelocity results in vaporization of the ****impact force???***** and target. For structural metals, hypervelocity is generally considered to be over 2,500 m/s (5,600 mph, 9,000 km/h, 8,200 ft/s, or Mach 7.3). Meteorite impact craters are also examples of hypervelocity impact.
2) Hypervelocity tends to refer to velocities in the range of a few kilometers per second to some tens of kilometers per second. It is especially relevant to the field of space exploration and military use of space, where hypervelocity impacts (e.g. by space debris or an attacking projectile) can result in anything from minor component degradation to the complete destruction of a spacecraft or missile. The impactor, as well as the surface it hits, can undergo temporary liquefaction. The impact process can generate plasma discharges, which can interfere with spacecraft electronics.
3) Hypervelocity usually occurs during meteor showers and deep space reentries, as carried out during the Zond, Apollo and Luna programs. Given the intrinsic unpredictability of the timing and trajectories of meteors, space capsules are prime data gathering opportunities for the study of thermal protection materials at hypervelocity (in this context, hypervelocity is defined as greater than escape velocity). Given the rarity of such observation opportunities since the 1970s, the Genesis and the recent Stardust Sample Return Capsule (SRC) reentries as well as the upcoming Hayabusa SRC reentry have spawned observation campaigns, most notably at NASA Ames Research Center.x r
4) Hypervelocity collisions can be studied by examining the results of naturally-occurring collisions (between micrometeorites and spacecraft, or between meteorites and planetary bodies), or they may be performed in laboratories. Currently the primary tool for laboratory experiments is a light gas gun, but some experiments have used linear motors to accelerate projectiles to hypervelocity.
5) The properties of metals under hypervelocity have been integrated with weapons, such as explosively formed penetrator. The vaporization upon impact and liquefaction of surfaces allow metal projectiles formed under hypervelocity forces to penetrate vehicle armor better than conventional bullets.
6) The White Sands Test Facility is a NASA facility that performs, among other tests, hypervelocity impact experiments to study the effect of micrometeorite and orbital junk impacts on spacecraft, so that improved protection measures can be taken for its space missions. The facility uses two-stage light gas guns to accelerate projectiles to extreme velocities.

Main propulsion systems:
Electric sails (Electric stellar wind sails)
Faster-Than-Light (FTL) Engine 2
Quantum Singularity Decompression Engine 2
Magnetoplasmic Rockets 2
Ion thruster 2
Regenerative cooling ducts around conduction chamber
Plasma converter 2
Regenerative cooling ducts on bell nozzle
Magnetoplasmic acceleration chamber
Oscillating Intervallic Quantum Singularity Generator (OIQSG) 2
Exhaust nozzle 2
Magnetic sails (Magsails)
Photon sails
Attitude control systems:
Canfield joint (for thrusters & solar panels)
?This allows full hemispherical rotation.
Control moment gyros (CMGs)
Gimbaled thrust vectoring
Gravity gradient stabilization
Magnetic field
Magnetic torque coils
Momentum wheels
Pure passive attitude control
Reaction control system
Solar sails
Spin stabilization

Tiltrotor, turboprop, nacelle, driveshaft, gimbal, cardan shaft, gyroscope, thrust vectoring,

Speed/acceleration measurement:
Chip log

Course tracking:

Hypergolic auxiliary thrusters ? explode when mixed, requiring no ignition.
Hall Effect Thruster or Hall Current Thruster
Regenerative cooling
Virtual circuit breakers (VCBs)
Euler angles
translational force

absolute zero
vacuum energy
zero-point energy
zero-point field
virtual particle
quantum perturbation
asymptotic expansion & asymptotic series

EM drag cable

Quiteron (superconductive device similar to a transistor)

Plutonian nyborg

Factual weapons: Mass driver (electromagnetic catapult), coilgun, railgun, electron gun (the electrode that is the source of a cathode-ray tube or electron microscope that emits a stream of electrons and the electromagnetic or electrostatic device that focuses it),

Fictional equivalents: Antimass driver (positrostatic catapult), positron gun (the positrode that is the source of an anticathode-ray tube or positron microscope that emits a stream of positrons and the positrostatic or positromagnetic device that focuses it),

Entirely fictional weapons: Plasma bolt; rapid pulse toroidal vortex cannon (fires vortex ring bursts); positron bombardment; positrical arc,

Vacuum phase transition / false vacuum, strangelet,

Gamma Ray Burst (GRB)


Energy Weapons:
EMC (electromagnetic current
EMC (electromagnetic charge
EMC (electromagnetic discharge
EMC (electromagnetic pulse
EMC (electromagnetic arc
EMC (electromagnetic bolt
EMC (electromagnetic ray
EMC (electromagnetic beam
EMC (electromagnetic cone
EMC (electromagnetic field
EMC (electromagnetic vortex
EMC (electromagnetic portal
EMC (electromagnetic wave
EMC (electromagnetic blast
?-ray (a?fa [alpha] ray)
ARF (a?fa [alpha] radiation field)
?-ray (?ta [beta] ray)
BRF (?ta radiation field
?-ray (??a [gamma] ray)
GRF (??a [gamma] radiation field)
N-ray (neutron ray)
NRF (neutron radiation field)
?-ray (d??ta [delta] ray)
DRF (d??ta [delta] radiation field)
?-ray (e????? [epsilon] ray)
ERF (e????? [epsilon] radiation field)
photon ray
photon radiation
EMPSAC (electromagnetic/positrostatic annihilation charge)
P-ray (positron ray)
PRF (positrostatic radiation field)
Death ray (necrotizing ray)
Death field (necrotizing radiation field)
Heat ray (entropy dispersal & thermal infusion ray)
Heat ray (entropy dispersal & thermal infusion ray)
Freeze ray (thermal diffusing entropy insertion ray)
Freeze field (thermal diffusing entropy conversion field)
Shrinkage ray (entropy concentrating infrared displacement ray)
Shrinkage field (radiant entropic infrared displacement field)
Shrink pulse (selective quantum defragmental deletion ray)
Miniaturization pulse (quantum dimensional contraction pulse)
Invisibility pulse
Retro-invisibility pulse
Premature ejaculation ray
Sine wave
Aging arc (rapid antimeiotic biothermal entropy dilation)
(biochronic dilation antimeiotic senescence advancing current
Degaussing beam (degauss)
Dark matter
Dark energy
Electrodal Thyratron
Positrodal Thyratron

Energy Defenses:
EMF (electromagnetic field)
ESF (electrostatic field)
PSF (positrostatic field)
PMF (positromagnetic field)
NRF (neutron radiation field)

Physical Weapons:
EMC (electromagnetic charge)

Physical Defenses:
EMC (electromagnetic charge)


GOSAT (Greenhouse gas Observing SATelite), OCO (Orbiting Carbon Observatory),

Haptic control interface suit
Omnidirectional treadmill (ODT)


Harmonic oscillator

Exoframe / powered (bio-) mechatronic exoskeleton
Haptic control interface suit suspended in nanoparticle ferrofluid
Hydraulic joint actuators
Electronic/positronic servomotors
Harmonic oscillators
Magnetorheological dampers

Ablative armor: Dimorphic magnetorheological inviscid smart-fluid, which consists of an inviscid ferroparticle smart-fluid suspended in a non-magnetic electrorheological superfluid, which becomes a viscoelastic solid when the magnetic field intensity varies) constrained by electromagnetic field generated when electromagnetic field nodes are deployed.

Cobalt, thorium (increase nuclear fall-out)
Aluminium oxynitride / AION (transparent ceramic used for armor, such as windows on armored vehicles)
Transparent alumina / sapphire crystal (crystallized aluminum oxide; makes up gems like sapphires and rubies, but lacking imperfections that give these gems their color; measures 9 on the Mohs scale, stronger than the strongest steels (8), weaker than diamond (10); this material is used in LASERs)
Nanophase alumina
Carbon nanotube fibers (woven into cables for space elevators)
Titanium carbonate
Titanobium carbonate
Nobium (strengthens alloys and athletic perforjsjdo

Alkahest (universal solvent in alchemy; cannot be contained as it would dissolve any container).
Cavorite (anti-grav substance in H.G. Wells novels)
Carbomite (reflects destructive energy back at its source)
Thyrium (nuclear fuel; non-radioactive, trans-uranic, stable, fissionable)
Tylium / Tylinium (FTL fuel)
Unobtainium / element 404