If it survives both, I will incorporate your contributions.
Be told: since this site is so huge, and people tend to just look at one or two pages, I found it useful to repeat identical stretches of text on several pages.
If you can master this website, you will be a steely-eye missile person; and any science fiction you create will have better scientific accuracy than 99% of the crap that is out there now.
Plus along the way I'll leave you a few quotes from novels and observations that could spark some fruitful ideas to develop for your work. All the equations in the following are about high school algebra level.
The hi-tech future of pulp sf was not the "Utopia of Comforts" so bitterly criticized by such sceptical writers as S Fowler Wright but rather a reaching-out for further horizons. If ya can't be bothered to do the math, then you can always just look at the pretty pictures.
But since I have yet to find a website like this written by a real live rocket scientist, I had to write it myself, as unqualified as I am.
However, if I do put inaccurate information on this site, occasionally Internet readers will send me corrections. There is some controversy over a few technical details on this site.
Having said that, you will find the following pages much easier to understand if you have taken an introductory course in Physics in high school or whatever.
As a boy almost everything I learned about science I learned from Isaac Asimov. I try very hard to use Asimov's clarity of making complex subjects understandable. This taught me the jargon of science, allowing me to replace confusing technical terms with simple English.