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  • Commented on The World of Tomorrow
    Getting data across certain national borders will be difficult. Getting news out during a blackout might, in some countries, be worth your life. I have to disagree with you on this one. With aircraft like: Stratobus and maybe satellite networks...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    MOAB on top of an ICBM Just buy an end of life Boeing 7x7, refit with tanks filled with goodies and appropriate guidance system and you're good to go. Wikipedia oracles that a 747 should be able carry a +/-...
  • Commented on Laundry summer madness sale!
    Any chance of the laundry files in an omnibus format in the near future?...
  • Commented on Popcorn Time
    Not quite considering the fact that he is married to a jewish-hungarian woman, Krisztina Marfai Arib. Being married to a person of a given ethnicity doesn't preclude being a racist shitbag about that ethnicity in general. Existence proof: H. P....
  • Commented on Popcorn Time
    News just in is that Wilders got no where near the expected result in the Dutch elections A week later it has become obvious that NOBODY wants to do business with him. The coalition negotiations start today and everyone involved...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    kyriarchy A branch of the caste systems tree?...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    Aren't we touchy today! :D You'd be great in Big Brother. Have a lovely day!...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    Greg, It's enthousiasm, after clicking the link you will understand the poster and start doing it too. Walking down the street, on the toilet, in every shop, on your roof shouting 'THESUNTHESUNTHESUN'. :) THESUNTHESUNTHESUN...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    Charlie wrote The cost of solar has fallen by 85% in the past 7 years:... It follows logically that if you have heavily invested in fossil fuels, time is running out to realize a return on your investment. Buying a...
  • Commented on Empire Games
    Another great book Charlie! One thing got me worried though... British writer, book printed in the UK and then at page 280 I read alumiNUM? Brexit, aluminum from a british writer, Theresa May the first to visit the new US...
  • Commented on And the Rabid Nazi Raccoons shall inherit the Earth
    Fortunately I just received an email that the rabid nazi raccoons haven't prevented Bookdepository from shipping Empire Games in my direction! Usually takes about a week and a half to arrive. The long wait has started....
  • Commented on "You're only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!" 2017 continued.
    You're right, the Indians are doing something different. In China, India and the USA there is work being done on development of what you mention.I found an article on Kirk Sorensen in the library that pointed me to: Flibe-energy.com Through...
  • Commented on "You're only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!" 2017 continued.
    What effects do you guys think this route will have? www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-01-03/china-starts-freight-train-to-london-as-xi-promotes-trade-ties juli 2017 Due to an unfortunate mix-up at a chinese rail yard 3 containers filled with a short lived biological weapon end up in Brussel, Paris and Berlin which...
  • Commented on "You're only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!" 2017 continued.
    According to this article India made enough progress to start up a thorium reactor this year....
  • Commented on "You're only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!" 2017 continued.
    Awesome! An old tune popped up. Can't believe the song is over 30 years old. Getting old here! It's all so depressing. Best wishes to all 4 2017....
  • Commented on Empire Games sneak peek
    ... underhanded! Remember that it is fiction, a work of imagination. In reality this would never happen!...
  • Commented on What else can you do with a Big Dumb Booster?
    NERVA used hydrogen....
  • Commented on What else can you do with a Big Dumb Booster?
    Verse 252. And I quote: All the ball bearings will move in roughly the same orbit....
  • Commented on What else can you do with a Big Dumb Booster?
    >>500 tonne payload of small ball bearings deployed in retrograde orbit Won't do as much damage as you think they will. All the ball bearings will move in roughly the same orbit. You could destroy all the GSO satellites, for...
  • Commented on What else can you do with a Big Dumb Booster?
    It's really a part of extending life permanently to the Moon(ideology ?) but I can see it as a profitable holiday/retirement location. Any takers for being the first to drive around the moon? Climb Tycho's central peak. These people need...
  • Commented on Sad Trombone Exoplanet Reality Check
    Adeptus Mechanicus, Warhammer 40 K? Not familiar with that and a few clicks determined that it is going to stay that way....
  • Commented on Sad Trombone Exoplanet Reality Check
    Restating OGH@35 in more emphatic terms: the critical path in any "let's travel to the stars" scenario is building a civilisation that can remain stable enough for the tech to remain operational for the time required to achieve target velocity,...
  • Commented on Sad Trombone Exoplanet Reality Check
    It's not bootstrapping but the course below has been designed to give todays CS students insight about what is going on under the hood. nand2tetris...
  • Commented on Sad Trombone Exoplanet Reality Check
    However, if you can live in space for 10,000 years, then why do you need a new planet, anyway? The beings that may eventually travel between stars will have evolved/been engineered for those conditions. They may not see a planet...
  • Commented on Sad Trombone Exoplanet Reality Check
    Well in that case you build people that last 10,000+ years, give your city a push and off you go. No need to suspend anything....
  • Commented on Sad Trombone Exoplanet Reality Check
    Suspended animation would be a form of youthinasia. When the spaceship arrives at it's destination the suspended people probably won't have one single strand of DNA that is still intact. Yes, yes, you can use shielding but accelerating tons of...
  • Commented on Reality is broken
    A bit of surgery and before you know it......
  • Commented on Mendel Acquisition Squares : A Game of Futures
    I'll give CHOCOBO a try: Nestle/DOD (department of defence) Smarter food to help you think 'the american way' CHOCOBO * I'll fix my own post, Airbus/Johnson&Johnson Health from above. CHEMTRAIL * DOD ordered the COBOL programming language in the late...
  • Commented on Mendel Acquisition Squares : A Game of Futures
    Airbus/Johnson&Johnson CHEMTRAIL...
  • Commented on What are you reading this summer?
    Ben Elton, Time and time again. A well done time travel novel. A discovery makes it possible to travel back in time to 1914. One bullet might prevent millions of deaths and alter all the wrongs of the century that...
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