‘Dead-end’ strategy | US plans to appoint an envoy to kill Nord Stream 2

‘Dead-end’ strategy | US plans to appoint an envoy to kill Nord Stream 2

The US plans to appoint a special envoy to the EU tasked with one thing – killing the Nord Stream 2 energy project by convincing European leaders to stop the construction. What’s next for the pipeline that could bring billions of cubic meters of gas to Europe?

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  1. The Biden Administration is a rogue administration and does not represent the stance of the majority of U.S. citizens. The Biden Administration is the strong arm of the deep state and enemy number 1 to not only U.S. citizens, but to the world. The Biden Administration is the puppet of the Communist Chinese Party (CCP).

  2. regarding your live stream (as of 11:10 am Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) Queensland UTC+10:00 , Sunday). when you show a rocket launch, please don't cover the view of the boosters at the bottom with a god damn title bare, thats the most interesting part – also i have a challenge for NASA – make a micro orbit on the ISS with spheres, you can use materials of different density thus gravity. maybe holding the center mass with soft jets of air you might need a slow-release mechanism that can be quickly re-calibrated. best done in a vacuum to minimize drag so in or out take your pick. might not mesh with air centering, not sure id have to do an experiment. you have 2 weeks extra points for creativity ..lol
    i think this is what you need, a considerable amount over my head but im sure your interns could do this in their sleep-
    -The motion of objects is governed by Newton's laws. The same simple laws that govern the motion of objects on earth also extend to the heavens to govern the motion of planets, moons, and other satellites. The mathematics that describes a satellite's motion is the same mathematics presented for circular motion in Lesson 1. In this part of Lesson 4, we will be concerned with the variety of mathematical equations that describe the motion of satellites.

    Orbital Speed Equation

    Consider a satellite with mass Msat orbiting a central body with a mass of mass MCentral. The central body could be a planet, the sun or some other large mass capable of causing sufficient acceleration on a less massive nearby object. If the satellite moves in circular motion, then the net centripetal force acting upon this orbiting satellite is given by the relationship

    Fnet = ( Msat • v2 ) / R

    This net centripetal force is the result of the gravitational force that attracts the satellite towards the central body and can be represented as

    Fgrav = ( G • Msat • MCentral ) / R2

    Since Fgrav = Fnet, the above expressions for centripetal force and gravitational force can be set equal to each other. Thus,

    (Msat • v2) / R = (G • Msat • MCentral ) / R2

    Observe that the mass of the satellite is present on both sides of the equation; thus it can be canceled by dividing through by Msat. Then both sides of the equation can be multiplied by R, leaving the following equation.

    v2 = (G • MCentral ) / R

    Taking the square root of each side, leaves the following equation for the velocity of a satellite moving about a central body in circular motion

    where G is 6.673 x 10-11 N•m2/kg2, Mcentral is the mass of the central body about which the satellite orbits, and R is the radius of orbit for the satellite.

    The Acceleration Equation

    Similar reasoning can be used to determine an equation for the acceleration of our satellite that is expressed in terms of masses and radius of orbit. The acceleration value of a satellite is equal to the acceleration of gravity of the satellite at whatever location that it is orbiting. In Lesson 3, the equation for the acceleration of gravity was given as

    g = (G • Mcentral)/R2

    Thus, the acceleration of a satellite in circular motion about some central body is given by the following equation

    where G is 6.673 x 10-11 N•m2/kg2, Mcentral is the mass of the central body about which the satellite orbits, and R is the average radius of orbit for the satellite.

    Orbital Period Equation

    The final equation that is useful in describing the motion of satellites is Newton's form of Kepler's third law. Since the logic behind the development of the equation has been presented elsewhere, only the equation will be presented here. The period of a satellite (T) and the mean distance from the central body (R) are related by the following equation:

    where T is the period of the satellite, R is the average radius of orbit for the satellite (distance from center of central planet), and G is 6.673 x 10-11 N•m2/kg2.

    There is an important concept evident in all three of these equations – the period, speed and the acceleration of an orbiting satellite are not dependent upon the mass of the satellite.

    None of these three equations has the variable Msatellite in them. The period, speed and acceleration of a satellite are only dependent upon the radius of orbit and the mass of the central body that the satellite is orbiting. Just as in the case of the motion of projectiles on earth, the mass of the projectile has no effect upon the acceleration towards the earth and the speed at any instant. When air resistance is negligible and only gravity is present, the mass of the moving object becomes a non-factor. Such is the case of orbiting satellites.

    Example Problems

    To illustrate the usefulness of the above equations, consider the following practice problems.

    Practice Problem #1

    A satellite wishes to orbit the earth at a height of 100 km (approximately 60 miles) above the surface of the earth. Determine the speed, acceleration and orbital period of the satellite. (Given: Mearth = 5.98 x 1024 kg, Rearth = 6.37 x 106 m)

    Like most problems in physics, this problem begins by identifying known and unknown information and selecting the appropriate equation capable of solving for the unknown. For this problem, the knowns and unknowns are listed below.


    R = Rearth + height = 6.47 x 106 m

    Mearth = 5.98×1024 kg

    G = 6.673 x 10-11 N m2/kg2


    v = ???

    a = ???

    T = ???

  3. US: you should only buy from ME! No one else!
    Germany: but your oil is russian oil too! Why can't I buy from them?
    US: it's bad for you to buy from them! This is last warning!
    Germany: no way, im buying those too! Your oil is way too expensive!
    US: So you would not buy my oil? Sorry mate, I guess I'll have to kill you!
    Germany: you are being hypocrite mate!
    US: becoming US allies means you have to obey us and buy our russ.. I mean US oil!

  4. More USA bull so Europe is to have energy cost to go up over 200 % throwing them into a depression.

    The USA can no compete in the free market so they fabricated hate and now create an a gang to threaten its partners.

    So the USA shows its mafia colours. They should all sanction the USA for interference

  5. The US attempt to kill the Nord Stream 2 exposes its hypocritical, bankrupt foreign policy. Nobody should trust the US now, not even its staunch allies, such as Germany.

  6. The us is like a drug-dealer who wants the whole world buy their expensive drugs, of not…… they will force you …And… sabotage the competition .

  7. So how US is going to stop the pipeline when it is almost completed, other than declaring war on Russia and US ally Germany. US seems to have a lot of time to interfere in other countries affairs when itself is imploding with crumpling infrastructures, civil unrest, searching pandemic, unemployment, drug abuses, homeless and Fiat money.

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