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4d8e333e No.3604847[Last 50 Posts]

bae6e228 No.3604849

File: 1613812763714-0.jpg (462.51 KB, 1620x1620, 1526221452.mot_vinnie_in_c….jpg)

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d76ae20b No.3604851

File: 1613814097070.jpg (24.89 KB, 400x290, go on.jpg)

4d8e333e No.3604855

File: 1613816869868-0.jpg (186.99 KB, 1664x936, MarsRoverhistrory.jpg)

File: 1613816869868-1.jpg (51.37 KB, 1000x563, TB-Blog-062120-Perseveranc….jpg)

504e2c01 No.3604873

really 2gb? 200mhz? 256 Ram?

youd think NASA could whip out better specs than a computer i literally just use to troll and jack off.

504e2c01 No.3604874

i mean, i had to fight myself not to get that AMD threadripoer, youd think that in 2020 those nerds could launch something into space that would a 1998 emachine a run for its money

a7fc1e10 No.3604884


They want something that works and keep on working.
Its not there to play RedDeadRedemption II at xtreme setting.

Fun note : My old C64 and my win3.1 PC (33mHz) still works.

everthing faster I have had since them all broke within 5 to 10 years. Think my pentium III was the worst in durability.

Speed + more "flimflam" does not equal durability!

504e2c01 No.3604886

none of my computers have ever just died. They only las7ish years for me because if you give me 7 years, i will find a way to spill vodka into the top vent eventually.

6bab2370 No.3604889


>The CPU itself can withstand 200,000 to 1,000,000 rads (2,000 to 10,000 gray), temperature ranges between –55 °C and 125 °C and requires 5 watts of power.[1][3] The standard RAD750 single-board system (CPU and motherboard) can withstand 100,000 rads (1,000 gray), temperature ranges between –55 °C and 70 °C and requires 10 watts of power.

These are CPUs designed to work in environments where constant radiation is slowly degrading their circuitry by knocking off electrons and diffusing atoms around.

6bab2370 No.3604890

Your "threadripoer" would be dead on arrival to Mars because of the high radiation environment along the way there.

One of the greatest challenges to getting people on Mars is getting them there without everyone getting cancer on the way, too.

504e2c01 No.3604912

well put. i redact my statements

504e2c01 No.3604915

also i know it was ripper, but until wendsday, im using an on screen keyboard

20cd738a No.3604920


Now suddenly I am all for shipping the Wealthy there into their own private "lord of the Fly´s" society.

Good riddance.

4d8e333e No.3604924

File: 1613848020131.jpg (748.23 KB, 2048x1536, MWVXs.jpg)

597565b3 No.3604927

File: 1613848423835.jpg (54.44 KB, 400x400, 079_original.jpg)

I sorta want to plop it.

4d8e333e No.3604930

File: 1613849639016-0.jpg (29.4 KB, 600x451, 3f40b35a1a821365df50c13ca9….jpg)

Furry under paws…

bae6e228 No.3604990

they're not mining buttcoins on mars you musky goober

even a pristine processor subjected to radiation will have random bit flips (which happen even on Earth to a much lesser extent) enough to render them functionally useless

4d8e333e No.3604998

File: 1613885812102.png (1.63 MB, 1549x711, perserverance near beagle ….png)

4d8e333e No.3605000

File: 1613886166262-0.jpg (209.47 KB, 1500x843, optimismrover.jpg)

File: 1613886166262-1.jpg (5.44 MB, 4000x3000, Beagle_2_replica.jpg)

26f4c37c No.3605290

File: 1614020809800.jpg (169.59 KB, 749x915, you are fucked.jpg)

So which Mars rover would ultimately triumph in one on one combat?

I'm betting on the one with the rock vaporizing LASER weapon.


4d8e333e No.3605292

File: 1614023224473.png (12.41 KB, 500x250, Oekaki.png)

Rover pron!

4d8e333e No.3605311

File: 1614032268143-0.jpg (297.61 KB, 1280x1657, 2317555 - Curiosity Mars N….jpg)

File: 1614032268143-1.png (2.3 MB, 1280x1792, 2105217 - Curiosity Mars N….png)

fddf08ba No.3605370

File: 1614042844424.jpg (113.6 KB, 850x998, rabbit slut on Mars.jpg)

da3ab2e6 No.3606254

File: 1614570644870-0.jpg (72.75 KB, 600x451, rover problems.jpg)

File: 1614570644871-1.jpg (90.26 KB, 600x434, images_from_Mars.jpg)

8590db7d No.3606260

When Perseverance finds Curiosity's backdoor.

8590db7d No.3606262

File: 1614573148612.png (19.04 KB, 500x250, Oekaki.png)

Some mating Morse code.

504e2c01 No.3606270

File: 1614578108902.jpg (108.33 KB, 1280x720, fuckit.jpg)

8590db7d No.3606351

File: 1614642193257.png (2.63 MB, 1647x853, perservanceclosetobeagle2l….png)

Still faraway for the rover to see the beagle 2 lander.

8590db7d No.3606353

File: 1614643098260.png (4.43 MB, 1680x1472, editedforlulz.png)

8590db7d No.3606355

File: 1614647142000.jpg (5.61 MB, 3375x1978, stillfaraway.jpg)

8590db7d No.3606357

File: 1614648305545.jpg (5.66 MB, 3375x1978, stillfaraway850km.jpg)


be72a60a No.3607496

File: 1614983429550.jpg (75.73 KB, 1024x746, Martian life forms.jpg)

Lifeforms imaged on Mars!

8590db7d No.3607690

File: 1615078873291.png (1.17 MB, 1402x874, marsupdate3.png)

8590db7d No.3607692

File: 1615079932883.png (1.52 MB, 1655x871, Dirtyminds.png)

27d166e1 No.3607741

File: 1615105774344.jpg (45.96 KB, 320x240, 18916-16552-0.jpg)

> Dirtyminds.png

8590db7d No.3607745

File: 1615108039432.jpg (93.75 KB, 744x389, mars-rover_resize_md.jpg)


Nice, I could make a house or a kiln for starting a Martian industry. It's true that generations of young Martian humans will populate in 300-600 years. First step the moon is industrialized to create stationary survival arks.

8590db7d No.3607754

9b394106 No.3607801

File: 1615168583855.jpg (3.42 MB, 3648x2736, lunokhod_model.JPG)

But of course the first rover, like so many things, was built by the Soviets. (It was a lunar rover.)

6e4cf964 No.3607937

File: 1615262462116.jpg (166.3 KB, 980x980, mw4l9zm847i21.jpg)

This is the damage a tiny speck of space debris can do at 15,000mph

5f7d3ff2 No.3607946

File: 1615270412881.jpg (1.75 MB, 4800x2926, homeless-veterans.jpg)

Cool, homeless people are so thrilled that NASA could build a home on Mars.

8c3dba0c No.3607961

File: 1615289097596.jpg (652.12 KB, 1772x1271, F-35A_flight_(cropped).jpg)


How about the US military spending $1.727 trillion on the F35 project?
Could have given every homeless person in the US a trailer home.

6e4cf964 No.3607962

File: 1615289546587.png (21.9 KB, 500x250, Oekaki.png)

6e4cf964 No.3607968

File: 1615292545859.png (13.17 KB, 500x250, Oekaki.png)


To think of a small planet could be wiped out in an instant in 4 hours.

FOUR HOURS till the end of the world….

bc3f99cb No.3607975


If they had GE , Nortop Gruman and the usual monsters build those shelters also, instead of worthless chest thumbing F35 who cannot defeat brown people with $5 woth of AK47´s , the stockholders would actually have earned the same!

504e2c01 No.3608181

I plan on studding my gsd Cain out when he gets older to make a Cain 2.0. IMO, he's actually the best dog. I've planned for some time to take a female from the litter and name her Laika.

Well you know, assuming he doesn't choke on a vodka bottle lid before then and now and my liver doesn't explode.

0443ac46 No.3608199


But without the F35, those trailer homes would have been seized by the chinese to lodge their colonists after they invaded the USA. The F35 ensures continued freedom.

5265495e No.3608432

File: 1615694955088.jpg (1.44 MB, 4096x2460, big fucking rocket.jpg)

So what will happen first, the billionaire will run out of big fucking rockets to blow up, or one of these will make it to Mars?

e458730f No.3608438

File: 1615702892704.png (269.6 KB, 750x521, 218611.png)

e458730f No.3608439

File: 1615703139601-0.jpg (198.73 KB, 800x635, 5c65ae82ed77f.image.jpg)

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e458730f No.3608440

File: 1615704264526-0.png (644.65 KB, 750x565, 135689.png)

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e458730f No.3608442

Elon Musk has his head in the clouds and not on the ground.

Elon Musks $100 000 Ticket to Mars: BUSTED!

Japan should be laughing at Elon Musk's hyperloop, it's the biggest failure.

543a0ac8 No.3608809


Musk is a charismatic Flim-flam man.

But as long as investors believe he is the new Edison and keep pouring money into a company who hardly turns a profit, he will appear successful.

the cars are crap. the hyperloop are crap. the internet satellites are total crap.
the self landing rocketsboosters are nice though but since they will weigh more due to needing fuel for landing , their payload capacity will always be low.

So…mostly Gilded crap and investors cannot stop buying. The new Steven Jobs.

764ac68c No.3608815

File: 1615941603696.jpg (440.1 KB, 1024x768, 3564094749_c3a49b755f_b.jpg)

There's some truth to that.

-expensive, infrastructure costs orders of magnitude more for merely a doubling of travel speed
-unnecessary, we already got maglev technology and nobody uses it
-dangerous, basically the risks of space travel (decompression), except here, on earth. also risk of implosion, one moron with a .50 cal can turn the entire hyperloop into a crushed coke can.
-physically impossible to build without major improvements in pump/seal technology, a hundred mile long vacuum tube is gonna leak allover the place

Self landing rocketsboosters:
-same problems as the Space Shuttle program. reusable rockets end up costing almost as much as a non-reusable rockets cause the engines need extensive checking and reworking after being used
-not fit for purpose, if you have a hundred million dollar payload or a manned crew, you're not gonna risk blowing up just to save ten million dollars.

Teslas are okay but their business model is too Appleesque for my tastes. They're out of their damn mind if they think I'm gonna buy a car where the heated seats are deactivated in firmware until I pay them extra. Get fucked.

Or their solar panel shitfuck thing that won't turn on without an internet connection. Yeah, I don't want my house power to depend on some shitass server that can fail any time.

20d461c6 No.3608895

>Teslas are okay

-Terribly expensive for a car, only fit for the rich
-Poorly made, full of software and hardware bugs, low quality manufacturing
-Unsafe: battery technology is a literal fire bomb. You crash it hard enough, and the rescuers can't get to you before you burn like a roman candle
-Unsafe: spontaneous combustions
-Unsafe: Autopilot has no intelligence, bugs out and kills you
-Planned obsolescence: ECU memory cards wear, basic functions handled by consumer grade electronics that break just out of warranty, batteries that wear out in 10 years…

504e2c01 No.3608906

File: 1616030713089.png (3.83 MB, 1754x1152, Pontiac-Fiero-77.png)

The more electronics a car has, the less I like them. I still drive an 86 Fiero I've had since high school, and a 2002 dakota. I'm pretty sure the Fiero hasn't had a working computer since I learned how to shit in a toilet, and I've drove it from east to west coast and back twice with no issue. Well and a broken tensioner, but that was the mechanic's fault, not from wear and tear. The only thing to ever fail on the dakota was a 12 dollar fix to the switch for 4x4, an o2 sensor, and swapping a brake line.

They wont turn many heads (other than fiero fanboys), but I've never paid more than 2k for a vehicle, and it sure what most of my friends did going out to buy a newer car that costs more than half of what an entry level house would, and is going to shit itself to the junkyard in 10 years if you're lucky.

I'd much rather have two reliable but arguably shitty vehicles, and own my own house, than be spending all my slush money on shiny car payments for the next 10 years that has no guarantee of not shitting, or getting wrecked, and suddenly becoming an expensive shitty car.

60c9e456 No.3608912

Yeah.. I get to drive rental cars a lot and get to try out all the gimmicky gadgets found in them. They're all fun and handy when working but are a huge pain to deal with when they stop.

Also– all that assisted driving shit is designed in California and doesn't know what to do in snowy/icy weather.

I especially hate the 'maybe you should take a break' alert — maybe you can go fuck yourself car computer.

7252cae0 No.3609757

File: 1616848231859.jpg (119.98 KB, 800x601, Perseverance rover rear vi….jpg)

504e2c01 No.3609767

File: 1616865536154.png (403.93 KB, 853x480, 795.png)

>"maybe you should take a break"
>slam the breaks and cause the guy behind you to rear end you
>sue Tesla

17fe24bb No.3609775


But you've bragged in the past about owning a Corvette. You mean you paid less than 2k for the Corvette?

02d4fb9f No.3609798

Steam-The-Compulsive-Liar caught in another lie!

107910ba No.3609946

File: 1616938188180.png (3.18 MB, 1920x941, Suez Canal, Egypt methyd l….png)

Not mars related but imagine losing your cargo ship in space.

107910ba No.3609947

File: 1616938459057-0.jpg (210.71 KB, 1360x765, 2021-03-26175013.jpg)

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107910ba No.3609949

File: 1616938801619.png (1.13 MB, 1417x861, 22122bffbb215bf5dcb39ce58c….png)

The cost of widening the canal would take years. Think of Stretching your butthole for 20 dollars for a bigger dick do fit though

504e2c01 No.3609951

Nope, 800. I had to wrench the motor over, they thought it was dead.

so yeah, still not a liar, and a former owner of a corvette.

504e2c01 No.3609952

File: 1616939942597.jpg (72.64 KB, 467x643, pinoc.jpg)

really, as the grand royale of lies, you'd think at least one of you would be able to land a single thing on me.

504e2c01 No.3609953

someone, just one person, justify my being by telling me one thing that I've lied about.

504e2c01 No.3609954

I NEED to know why and how I'm a liar, just one lie, and I'll be happy

f5948c9d No.3609969

Quit your lies, SteamThePathologicalLiar! You would not be happy. You would just make up new lies about how radiation exposure in the military ruined your health or some such.

107910ba No.3609971

File: 1616967175987-0.png (2.12 MB, 1553x941, plantowidenthecanal.png)

File: 1616967175987-1.png (2.15 MB, 1553x941, plantowidenthecanal0.png)

Dear United States, China, Israel, and Egypt how much will it cost to widen and deepen the Suze canal with your current engineering?

107910ba No.3609972

File: 1616967419188-0.png (2.12 MB, 1553x941, plantowidenthecanaldeepand….png)

It took 3 seconds in mspaint to deepen and widen the canal for free. now two large ships can pass! to deliver your goods to you from amazon.

f8ba2eec No.3609977

File: 1616969470209.jpg (54.56 KB, 704x480, 3527.jpg)

The canal is wide enough. They just fucked up by trying to move it through during high winds.

107910ba No.3609978

File: 1616969893735.gif (6.22 MB, 631x304, Simulation of EVER GIVEN A….gif)

52326a03 No.3609981

File: 1616972355659.jpg (23.06 KB, 299x261, aliens.jpg)

107910ba No.3609982

File: 1616973277848.jpg (22.68 KB, 488x488, GUEST_308c8fdd-7585-413e-9….jpg)

Pff… my bathtub toy boat can do that!

107910ba No.3609983

File: 1616974043857-0.png (668.57 KB, 1920x941, twocanalsisbetterthanoneor….png)

File: 1616974043857-1.png (660.5 KB, 1920x941, twocanalsisbetterthanone.png)

2 trillion dollar project to build 1 more canal and widening the other one.

64e0f865 No.3609984

File: 1616974204959.png (264.64 KB, 902x500, Screen-Shot-2020-02-25-at-….png)

107910ba No.3609986

File: 1616974803195-0.png (665.1 KB, 1920x941, twocanalsisbetterthanonedr….png)

Meanwhile in the alternative universe…

107910ba No.3609987

File: 1616975205961-0.png (668.23 KB, 1920x941, twocanalsisbetterthanonedr….png)

107910ba No.3609999

File: 1616985066546-0.png (847.35 KB, 988x718, foundit.png)

File: 1616985066546-1.png (839.9 KB, 982x552, evergreenlocation.png)

107910ba No.3610022

File: 1617008060880-0.jpg (596.9 KB, 4096x2048, 856c50df9e9ad1180b523fff8c….jpg)

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107910ba No.3610036

File: 1617012503476.png (678.02 KB, 1920x941, Zeuscanal.png)

Made in 13 minutes in mspaint for free if it were made in real life it would have cost 130 years.

107910ba No.3610039

File: 1617013259511.png (1.97 MB, 1920x2827, canalproject.png)

ab511c5c No.3610055

File: 1617019808316.jpg (112.18 KB, 800x509, 4c0c88199d297480e1e5bba730….jpg)

68b470ff No.3610064

File: 1617022086951.jpg (25.99 KB, 671x581, 6b64bf5c4f1f1da2446ebbf04e….jpg)

107910ba No.3610157

File: 1617096064093-0.jpg (70.04 KB, 1024x659, fd26d4dee32a0f58b30f4acc87….jpg)

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107910ba No.3610160

File: 1617096493520.jpg (42.39 KB, 720x626, person-think-have-solution….jpg)

Clash of the titans…

504e2c01 No.3610192

why am I fapping to whatever this is. fuck it I've got gallons of lube, questions that don't need answered.

60c9e456 No.3610228

Stupid sexy cargo ship

e4443a76 No.3610236

File: 1617159389228.jpg (174.91 KB, 2048x1152, SPACEX-STARSHIP.jpg)

Well, SpaceX destroyed another of those big fuckers today.
I guess the trip to Mars will be delayed a bit.

09d50489 No.3610258

File: 1617176245504.jpeg (79.58 KB, 640x500, c1b183907995fe5b48239bcca….jpeg)

78e3497c No.3610846

File: 1617637902566-0.jpg (364.44 KB, 1600x1600, 15a4dc8ec45e39773a53a048c4….jpg)

File: 1617637902566-1.jpg (61 KB, 613x600, marte_phobos16_02.jpg)

File: 1617637902566-2.jpg (22.05 KB, 440x440, 440px-Deimos-MRO.jpg)

a9fec1ac No.3610857


It's pretty obvious that Phobos and Deimos are asteroids that became moons of Mars.

In the really old comic strip "Buck Rogers," (not the TV show,) Earth people used Deimos to actually bomb the Martian spaceport! (They slowed it until it fell out of orbit.)

78e3497c No.3610873

File: 1617663222884.png (1.37 MB, 1454x825, marsminingtest.png)

e4443a76 No.3610901

File: 1617715428155.jpg (198.72 KB, 1290x968, NASA's Ingenuity helicopte….jpg)

First drone on another planet.

6227561f No.3611023

File: 1617881795256.jpg (41.39 KB, 262x271, sojourner-first-mars-rover.jpg)

First rover on Mars. :-)

f8df3601 No.3612050

File: 1618885972553.jpg (133.78 KB, 640x480, Ingenuity's shadow.jpg)

It flew! It successfully flew, took a picture of its own shadow below it, and landed safely back on the regolith.

e8f7dc73 No.3612076

that would require tons of power that would never work. It would require a battery the size of it that would take years to recharge on solar power to work for just a few days.

78098a77 No.3612348

just open up a portal to hell to power it

27d166e1 No.3612365

File: 1619187142385.jpg (561.18 KB, 1750x1118, Perseverance with its heli….jpg)

e8f7dc73 No.3612389

The portal would have to still shower the robot with energy, you have to not just build a portal but a 'particle fuel injection system' with many other things in between. Not to mention advanced particle management for energy retention of said charged particles. Then even start to make a giant laser to make the portal that somehow mirror images ionic fields that filter time and space between the device you have waiting on the other side. Which by the way I don't see any portal-surface charge plates that people have laying around.

191751a5 No.3612419

File: 1619249602059.jpg (108.44 KB, 533x800, 7855dd486ce026aeafa47133c0….jpg)


>open a portal to hell

>UAC posting

d1df5eb0 No.3612442

File: 1619276789196-0.png (124.89 KB, 500x264, robot dogs at SpaceX.png)

File: 1619276789196-1.png (231 KB, 500x287, robot dogs at SpaceX close….png)

SpaceX has robot dogs roaming its Texas launch site where the "Mars rockets" are being tested.

c497f687 No.3614129

File: 1620571656250-0.jpg (353.42 KB, 2480x1145, SN15_Starship_proto.jpg)

File: 1620571656251-1.jpeg (117.59 KB, 1669x1252, Starship-unexploded.jpeg)

Well, after four less than successful previous tries, SpaceX launched AND landed a Starship prototype without it exploding.

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4c336f7d No.3614508

File: 1620912616366.jpg (75.83 KB, 1508x814, signal-2020-05-23-155241-m….jpg)

The Earth's quake is a healthy sign without it. It's a sign of losing it's magnetic field.

4c336f7d No.3614515

File: 1620919094138.gif (1.22 MB, 425x842, 1620918303.-soda-_33_demon….gif)

Let's hope we don't find these creatures on mars

7144cb86 No.3615156

File: 1621507360269.png (561.02 KB, 1785x660, what are the signs of eart….png)

questions about our planet

0f683ebc No.3615426

File: 1621868969679.jpg (112.68 KB, 634x394, Ingenuity helicopter.jpg)

f251cc09 No.3617670

File: 1623997696202.jpg (78.69 KB, 970x546, ydKjhsJKYVTB2fh7QPAiFQ-970….jpg)

China's Mars rover Zhurong poses for a photo next to its lander on June 11. Who took the picture is what I want to know. :)

Okay, actually the rover dropped a remote-controlled camera.

6f4644b6 No.3618658

File: 1625034454265.jpg (83.31 KB, 1280x720, Warning.jpg)

Russian boy has lived on Mars, brings warning to the rest of us!


5cdff501 No.3618661

File: 1625036508105-0.jpg (59.92 KB, 480x567, JvCJ3B4b9YhZNzgVDDypfX-480….jpg)

File: 1625036508105-1.jpg (85.96 KB, 690x388, main.si.jpg)

googled: places that simulate mars Russia.

Good, I wonder how much supplies he used up in the simulated environment.

82a15e6d No.3620672

File: 1627001269359.png (259.31 KB, 2000x2000, megatelescopemydroth.png)

82a15e6d No.3620681

File: 1627012822476.webm (59.14 KB, thehellahh.webm)

>space bugs on mars

82a15e6d No.3620687

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Don't remember this meme I called it, aeeeeeeeh the hell ahh!

da6a0237 No.3620841

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82a15e6d No.3621703

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3f58f26a No.3621711

None, because they don't exist. They're simulated. Just tweak the code to add more if you want.

fddf08ba No.3621730

By the way, in case of any confusion, the boy they are talking about is the one with the arrow next to him. :-)

d9dfcfec No.3623629

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Cant wait for James Webb to launch!

8b2db691 No.3627845

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Mars Suck!

769b3144 No.3627862

Earth too. Obviously. Otherwise there wouldn't be such a race for space colonization of a "second Earth". Twice as much trouble.

5d39bc56 No.3627997

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Up until last year I'd have agreed with you.

Nowadays… hmm… living on a barren planet with ten other people does sound like a good idea. No government there.

The only thing I'd miss is the wildlife here. And cute doggos. Everything else can go straight into the trash.

69979ac5 No.3628035

You would be stuck eating weird foods fyi and no sex or at least slim pickings theres a benefit to more people than getting away from them actually are you fully prepared to give all sense of self up for the sake of the human race you loathe so much that shit doesnt die off unless our species dies off so what will you do?

5d39bc56 No.3628231

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This is why people don't talk to you, Cobalt.

No, I stand by it.

At the rate things are going, I'd be better off living on another planet just to escape the government tyranny on Earth. And my life doesn't revolve around sex, I'm not that hollow.

d340ca91 No.3628360

>This is why people don't talk to you, Cobalt.
I thought it is because he is insane faggy tranny.

12bb3363 No.3628364

No its because I have the nerve to shove my words back into their faces no one likes being told off specially by someone they look down on it brings a major sense of self shame on themselves.

Any other excuse you have is just pitiful this is how the human mind works and no one likes being talked back to its in our nature

12bb3363 No.3628365

You still probably dont get it those were small examples basically the rate things are going you wouldn't be doing anything for the human race but working against it. Fyi theres a feasible number to ensure survival of the species specially because of external factors which hinder us in smaller groups we require more than 10 people in fact you would have to live amongst 200k people or so. And your 10 number even if exaggeration by example still wouldn't help you as you need to be capable of having the knowledge to run and do everything your life depends on and that will still require infrastructure so you would still need more than 100 people to keep you alive permanently

a947a633 No.3628373

None of the people you "tell off" even notice it, because nobody can understand what the fuck you're trying to say.

191ada6b No.3628381

The Romans used to stage events in their Coliseums and Arenas that were hugely popular, they trained animals to rape human women. And not just any animals, they imported species such as bears, monkeys, lions, apes, and zebras to keep the crowd from getting bored. From all accounts, the animals didn't need much training and got the idea of what they were supposed to do really quick.

21d853df No.3628422

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I'm sure that's very interesting, but what does it have to do with anything? Do you feel there may be Romans on Mars? Or is it that you think human raping animals are hiding there just waiting for us?

10cbb661 No.3628465


They are probably hinting that without the dark ages, the romans would be on Mars already with coluseums where tentacle aliens imported from Alpha Centauri rape people.

1163537f No.3630638

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1163537f No.3630900

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a lot of mirrors…

1163537f No.3630901

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and a lot of receivers

1163537f No.3631376

File: 1635641351279.png (110.41 KB, 824x485, Venus and mars orbit eacho….png)

Building a Marsbase is a Horrible Idea: Let’s do it!

How To Terraform Venus (Quickly)

c671a714 No.3636256

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Space observatories have many advantages over ground-based telescopes. However, constructing and launching large space telescopes remains a significant challenge. A solution to this problem lies in autonomous, in-space assembly. To gain benefits from efficiencies of scale and mass production, a modular telescope assembled in space can be constructed from identical mirror segments. These identical segments must then be deformed to an appropriate shape in space. This work examines the optical feasibility of such a project, using a 31 meter Ritchey- Chrétien telescope composed of about 1,000 1-m mirrors as a case study. In particular, this work examines the shape of the telescope optics through Zernike decomposition and computes the physical optics propagation of such a system to analyze the resultant PSF with simulation in Zemax OpticStudio.

13e10d60 No.3636300

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c671a714 No.3636780

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In all in speculation if you change Venus and Mars location both orbiting together while Mars becomes a natural satellite to Venus, both would generate tectonic quakes strengthening their magnetic fields stretching them into a bit like a oblate spheroids. Boom you just stabilized their atmosphere as their sides are warm in the day and cool at night water can now be trapped on the planets. Call it Planetary Orbital Terraforming. POT!

c671a714 No.3636856

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c671a714 No.3637241

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Kentucky geography had lots of tornadoes, yes they wreck everything in their path decreased their land value use. you guys should build underground bunkers for the whole area.

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c671a714 No.3637751

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17c70e20 No.3638186

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3aad0290 No.3638187

No one will ever produce those giant space telescopes, it's taken 30 years just to get the comparitively tiny James Webb telescope ready for launch at a cost overrun of $10 Billion dollars.

e8f7dc73 No.3638206

just need to autostream vr space helmets in peoples sleep

559fae21 No.3638208


bet the Chinese will build and launch a larger so fast it will make peoples heads spin.

22598885 No.3642115

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22598885 No.3642116

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7fc11f3b No.3642531

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7fc11f3b No.3642827

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7fc11f3b No.3642829

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love the honey comb look!

13e10d60 No.3642943

looks like a tampon ad

dcbb8c11 No.3643000

NASA surveillance in YOUR vagina? More likely than you'd think.

5dc3de52 No.3643005

a little BoD never hurt anybody lol

7fc11f3b No.3643213

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7fc11f3b No.3643425

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7fc11f3b No.3643540

File: 1643091829893.jpg (1.45 MB, 1600x1200, potw2138a.jpg)

This sparkling starfield, captured by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3 and Advanced Camera for Surveys, contains the globular cluster ESO 520-21 (also known as Palomar 6). A densely packed, roughly spherical collection of stars, it lies close to the center of the Milky Way, where interstellar gas and dust absorb starlight and make observations more challenging.

Interstellar absorption affects some wavelengths of light more than others, changing the colors of astronomical objects by causing them to appear redder than they actually are. Astronomers call this process “reddening,” and it makes determining the properties of globular clusters close to the galactic center – such as ESO 520-21 – particularly difficult.

ESO 520-21 lies in the constellation Ophiuchus, near the celestial equator. Ophiuchus was one of the 48 constellations included in the writings of the second-century Egyptian astronomer Ptolemy, all of which are among the 88 constellations officially recognized by the International Astronomical Union today.

ba4cbacc No.3645308

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bf136d65 No.3648283

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We could build these on Mars foggy atmosphere to catch water.

79223655 No.3648497

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That seems unlikely, IMO. Any fog on Mars should be ice fog. It would be difficult to make ice crystals flow down a net and into a collection vessel.

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3978983a No.3650891

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c8636fb8 No.3650982

Didn't they talk about the alignment taking months? Are they ahead of schedule on this?

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dd5cbecd No.3651020

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> Are they ahead of schedule on this?
NASA’s Webb Reaches Alignment Milestone, Optics Working Successfully.


6ee912f5 No.3651220

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Polybius is a mentally unstable faggot.

3978983a No.3651691

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This HubbleClassic image shows a dense collection of stars near our galaxy’s core, at a distance of about 26,000 light-years. SWEEPS stands for the Sagittarius Window Eclipsing Extrasolar Planet Search.

ff5a5ac1 No.3652605

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674ecc97 No.3652617

File: 1648763248725.jpg (101.93 KB, 1280x720, space dinosaur.jpg)

So Sol is at the center of the universe. Amazing.

e8f7dc73 No.3652630

space bung

2c8e1481 No.3652767

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Did SETI finally find intelligent life?


ff5a5ac1 No.3652854

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adf146df No.3652856

>lots n' lots of glowie
probably want to wear a lead jock strap if you visit

2c8e1481 No.3653661

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I wonder how science literate /furi/ is. Do you know what half-life means? You probably think I'm referring to the video game. More importantly, do you understand the concept of half-life? If a particle of some substance has a 10% chance of decaying in 1 second, what is the half-life of the substance?

cc691b7f No.3653662

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If half life is referred to a video game and a decaying particle.

I got one; what about second life that is referred to a virtual world simulation and anew product?

3faaa2e4 No.3653665

did you spend alot of time on that?

2c8e1481 No.3653752

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This is a hostile invasion from the planet Coolfoodz!

Just kidding. Anyway, transgenic space lettuce is a thing now. And it's got what bones crave! Apparently.
>In a new study, researchers from University of California, Davis (UC Davis) created an experimental strain of lettuce that produces a medication that contains a fragment of human parathyroid hormone (PTH) peptide. PTH is naturally produced by the parathyroid gland and helps stimulate bone growth, among other functions.
>The researchers think that this new strain of "space lettuce" could help astronauts to maintain their bone density while they are in space. This new study was presented at the spring meeting of the American Chemical Society.


Would you try the space lettuce?

Cream, of all the mensches on this site, you're one of them. Just thought you should know.

cc691b7f No.3653753

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Yeah, I would like to have some space ranch dressing, please!

1351a386 No.3653754

Can I take the time it takes to be inert for $500 Jim

cc691b7f No.3653755

File: 1649728354032.jpg (77.09 KB, 1280x720, garlic bread in space.jpg)

283eb8aa No.3653763

Would eating this space lettuce all throughout your childhood make you taller?

I'd rather eat space lettuce than manlet organic lettuce.

e8f7dc73 No.3653768

second life for plebs. lol. graduate to using xeno colonies to farm for your own personal fuckbangs.

2c8e1481 No.3653776

I remember seeing that. I imagine food that's been in actual outer space would pick up particles that give space its characteristic odor, imparting the food with space seasoning. The smell of objects that have been in outer space pick up a distinct smell that's been described as smelling like like burnt steak, welding fumes, and spent gunpowder.

It can help increase bone density. But I don't think it can increase height.

3faaa2e4 No.3653784

it can happen instantly because half life is not garunteed unless it is…which it isnt…ever…not naturally anyway. you have to go thru the whole life cycle of the particle to technically experience full heat death by the time any half life occurs its basically a replaced particle "or a dumbed down version of itself that its not the same". Imagine losing vital organs slowly until you are nothing left. Lol. There is no garuntee they go out one at a time either.

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2c8e1481 No.3655846

File: 1651703483253.jpg (143.14 KB, 777x480, Mars-Surface-Relief-Map-77….jpg)

No one mentioned the largest marsquakes ever recorded that made the news about a week ago?


"Not only are they the largest and most distant events by a considerable margin, [the event dubbed] S1000a has a spectrum and duration unlike any other event previously observed," lead author Anna Horleston, a seismologist at the University of Bristol in the U.K., said in a statement released by the Seismological Society of America, which published the new research. "They truly are remarkable events in the Martian seismic catalog."

2c8e1481 No.3656428

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Tomorrow, the Event Horizon Telescope team will announce a discovery they made regarding our Milky Way galaxy. This is the same telescope array that produced the first-ever image of a black hole. Pic related. Taking bets on what they discovered. My guess is they now have an image of the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy (Sagittarius A*).


12f1f0ad No.3656492


it is. A radio-image of Sagittarius A.

Impressive since it is 1000 times lighter, thus much smaller than the central blackhole of M87

2c8e1481 No.3656494

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Behold, our first glimpse of the supermassive black hole at the heart of our galaxy. The scientists at the press conference mentioned making higher resolution images and even videos of it in the future. Einstein's general relativity confirmed again.


c0bd8c9f No.3656526


So basically everything gravitates and rotates around giant Assholes.

Somehow that explains a lot of things. In a lot of different fields. In fact all of them.

faa56841 No.3656527

Herp Derp let's look at the giant death ball that everyone tells us not to look at.

191751a5 No.3656531

That's not the sun

faa56841 No.3656532

uh then why is it orange

1553f1e0 No.3656541

Where's the upvote button?

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