It leeches the power way too fast. I had two geocorp bats and one of them used them up in only a few minutes. It needs to use less power.
Ah, interesting. So Venture batteries are massively more efficient for anti-grav techs, then? (If energy usage is by block weight.) Seeing as they are 1/3 the density per unit charge of the others.It charges more energy for the more Blocks it has to affect. So adding batteries increases storage, but also adds to the weight and per cell burn too.
well weight doesnt have any effect on how fast objects fall, only the planet's gravity. this is halfing the equation for gravity, not weight or anything that simpleNot mass, weight. It decreases the effect of gravity on the blocks in its area, meaning that you don't overload your wheels constantly.
Weight is the direct result of gravity. If you were standing on the ground, and you halved gravity, you would still be falling at the exact same speed (0, because you are standing on the ground), but you would weigh half as much, so it takes half as much force to resist it compared to before. Weight is the force of gravity on an object, but it is also important to think about the normal force. For example, on the ISS, apparent weightlessness is ij effect (objects have weight, but relative to everything around them, they are all falling at the same rate, and don't experience the normal force from weight.well weight doesnt have any effect on how fast objects fall, only the planet's gravity. this is halfing the equation for gravity, not weight or anything that simple