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midtskogenDate: Friday, 13.09.2013, 05:32 | Message # 1726
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KSP astronaut lauched with LADEE:





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NovaSiliskoDate: Friday, 13.09.2013, 05:43 | Message # 1727
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KimbDate: Friday, 13.09.2013, 06:18 | Message # 1728
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Love is ...... a solid black cat, soft as silk, fluffy as cotton and totally black as coal, and with soulful green eyes, oh and let's not forget, of female gender. Such was my best friend/'lover'/"significant other" for 16 years before old age and canzer took her. In fact it was her name (KIMB with the b strongly pronounzed) that inspired MY screen name on this forumb.

Edited by Kimb - Friday, 13.09.2013, 06:20
 
DisasterpieceDate: Friday, 13.09.2013, 19:59 | Message # 1729
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Love is ...... a solid black cat, soft as silk, fluffy as cotton and totally black as coal, and with soulful green eyes, oh and let's not forget, of female gender. Such was my best friend/'lover'/"significant other" for 16 years before old age and canzer took her. In fact it was her name (KIMB with the b strongly pronounzed) that inspired MY screen name on this forumb.


You have blown my mashed potato bubbles out of the water with the off-topicness of this.





I play teh spase engien
 
anonymousgamerDate: Saturday, 14.09.2013, 01:11 | Message # 1730
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off-topicness


Buckets and oak wood

mixed with the receipts

of buying

plastic

MICROWAVE THE OVENS

THEY COME OUT DELICIOUS

SUCCULENT CHARGERS!

HOLLA HOLLA GET DOLLA






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Crashman1390Date: Saturday, 14.09.2013, 05:29 | Message # 1731
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(P.S.) I'm not making fun of squad, I love your work and I don't mean to harm.

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[b]I was wrong, this forum still has a horrible community.[/b]

Edited by Crashman1390 - Saturday, 14.09.2013, 05:32
 
RockoRocksDate: Saturday, 14.09.2013, 12:26 | Message # 1732
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Definitely 2020.

Imagine Space Engine by 2020. Cool.





I will be inactive on this forum for the time being. Might come back eventually

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midtskogenDate: Tuesday, 17.09.2013, 07:56 | Message # 1733
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I began watching Star Trek Into Darkness the other day. I only had time for the first 20 minutes or so and will watch the rest later. But:






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Edited by midtskogen - Tuesday, 17.09.2013, 07:58
 
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Tuesday, 17.09.2013, 08:10 | Message # 1734
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They should hire me to write the stories.






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I occasionally stream at http://www.twitch.tv/magistermystax. Sometimes SE, sometimes other games.
 
werdnaforeverDate: Wednesday, 18.09.2013, 03:45 | Message # 1736
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breaking the "First Directive"

Prime directive
 
midtskogenDate: Wednesday, 18.09.2013, 07:09 | Message # 1737
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Prime directive

Close enough. smile

It seems to be a pattern when a full length movie is made of a TV series, the movie plot is more poorly written than the plot of an average TV episode. Perhaps it's a consequence of too much money being thrown at the movie. Low budget forces a better plot to compensate for the lack of money for visual effects.

Totally unrelated: One of my weather stations reported 8 mm rainfall (nearly a third of an inch for the unit impaired) in 5 minutes yesterday. Such intensities are rare in Norway.





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Edited by midtskogen - Wednesday, 18.09.2013, 07:12
 
WatsisnameDate: Wednesday, 18.09.2013, 18:46 | Message # 1738
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Of the million ways this could plausibly happen, the story has a cold fusion bomb capable of instantly freezing all magma inside a massive volcano.


The new Star Trek films are insanely awful in the science department. Don't even get me started on the black hole physics from the first one... hngggg!

I did think they were both very entertaining films, but only as long as I could manage to continually divert power from the thinking part of my brain to the WHEEE EYECANDY part. :S





 
midtskogenDate: Wednesday, 18.09.2013, 19:41 | Message # 1739
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I did think they were both very entertaining films, but only as long as I could manage to continually divert power from the thinking part of my brain to the WHEEE EYECANDY part. :S

The airing of History Channel's "Vikings" began yesterday over here. I had a look. I wish I was better at switching off the necessary parts of the brain. Apparently all of Scandinavia (including Denmark whose highest "peak" today is 171 masl) consisted of deep fjords 1200 years ago. Ok, scenery, clothing, relationships of historical persons are always rewritten and mixed freely. But why couldn't the rest be moderately believable? The rest was to me simply a continuous "no, they wouldn't say that, do that or think that". Argh.





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werdnaforeverDate: Thursday, 19.09.2013, 04:12 | Message # 1740
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The new Star Trek films are insanely awful in the science department. Don't even get me started on the black hole physics from the first one... hngggg!

You can say that again. Don't forget about cold fusion devices! And the enterprise doesn't warp anymore. It jumps, or something... and just what is that trail it leaves behind in Into Darkness? Are they ice crystals?

They've turned Star Trek into Star Wars. I'm not saying Star Wars is bad, but SW and ST are two different things. If anyone needs more proof, when the Enterprise goes into warp it looks just like in Star Wars as they fly through hyperspace. Also, I thought that blowing up Vulcan in 2009 was symbolic for what they did to ST. They quickly eliminated all the logic and reason.

And what's with this "destiny" BS? First there was all that stuff in 2009 about their destinies being altered. I said OK, fine, it's a time travel move. But then in Into Darkness Capt. Pike says to Kirk how "he altered the destiny of Nibiru". And later Spock "prime" says that he made a vow to never give them information that could potentially alter their destiny. Who's writing this stuff?

Ok I'm done.
 
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