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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 10)
Van Allen Belts Proven to be "to lethal to travel in" Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Allan Sandage - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 18:13:58 EST ID:sV+7XGwN No.55944
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The Van Allen belts put out radiation that can be extremely detrimental to a persons health and could even lead to death. NASA itself has claimed it can't get through the radiation belts.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlXG0REiVzE
https://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/van-allen-probes-spot-impenetrable-barrier-in-space

Now that NASA has tentatively acknowledged that the Van Allen Belts can't be passed, how is it we were able to land a man on the moon?

>the answer may surprise you

New evidence shows that robotic drone type machines may have been used inside the Apollo astronauts suits while the astronauts remained safely in low earth orbit. Apollo 9 tested that astronauts could survive in low earth orbit below the 1,000 km mark where the Van Allen Belts begin.

>The clunky mechanical engineering of the time combined with the human publics unawareness of how gravity on the moon effects objects differently than on Earth lead to this kind of Qausi-hoax to be implemented.

>It was implemented not for some nefarious reason but rather to protect our astronauts from dieing the minute they entered the belts, haven't you ever wondered why they keep the International Space Station so low in orbit?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOHMUQn_x7Q
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIYdF7YlX3o
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLw9a5t-sUs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-iCm9S53Jo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwVqVu5Tl-k

Does anyone have more info on this?

I'm not saying we didn't land on the moon but the radiation from the Van Allen Belts would simply be to much for a human body to take but a mechanized American could have survived.
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Kiyotsugu Hirayama - Fri, 26 Feb 2016 14:57:58 EST ID:bUVcT3Vi No.56092 Ignore Report Reply
>>56056
The Van Allen belts would flash cook a person trying to go through them in a capsule
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Margaret Burbidge - Sat, 27 Feb 2016 13:46:11 EST ID:vB+y87GU No.56099 Ignore Report Reply
>>56092
Really?
Then how did the Apollo astronauts get through them?
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Friedrich von Struve - Sat, 27 Feb 2016 14:01:24 EST ID:pgmu6mYO No.56100 Ignore Report Reply
>>56099
It's called space dipshit


LIGO Detects Gravitational Waves Ignore Report View Thread Reply
William Fowler - Thu, 11 Feb 2016 11:18:29 EST ID:y/fkgY/C No.56038
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http://www.ligo.org/news/detection-press-release.pdf

>Based on the observed signals, LIGO scientists estimate that the black holes for this event were about 29 and 36 times the mass of the sun, and the event took place 1.3 billion years ago. About 3 times the mass of the sun was converted into gravitational waves in a fraction of a second — with a peak power output about 50 times that of the whole visible universe. By looking at the time of arrival of the signals — the detector in Livingston recorded the event 7 milliseconds before the detector in Hanford — scientists can say that the source was located in the Southern Hemisphere.

Get hype!
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Cecelia Payne-Gaposchkin - Thu, 18 Feb 2016 20:18:57 EST ID:415JX8nG No.56065 Ignore Report Reply
>>56061

I was thinking about that too brotha, but I guess electric cars are built with a multitude of systems to create redundancy; multiple brake systems in case the pressure gets lost it one, it just switches to another system for example.

It really emphasizes how cheap mechanics have become
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William Herschel - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 17:14:58 EST ID:fDZ3h+Vd No.56072 Ignore Report Reply
>>56065
This, incase of malfunction the cars on the road today that have autonomous driving of some sort already have systems in place that bring the car to gentle stop and ofcourse they include/would include some kind of manual control.
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Carl Seyfert - Sun, 21 Feb 2016 04:51:26 EST ID:Yyh+3hGH No.56073 Ignore Report Reply
Inb4 assholes figure out that putting more mannequins in the path of an AI car than it's carrying passengers will cause it to decide to crash into a barrier rather than into the fake people on the road, and hackers reprogram your car for to deliver you and your valuables to a location conveniently absent of police and witnesses.


Planet Nine Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Jacob Kapteyn - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 21:32:30 EST ID:bnm9ITDo No.55945
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Scientists have found evidence for a new, ninth planet in our solar system with a mass around ten times that of Earth. Get hype.

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/01/20/463087037/hints-of-a-hidden-distant-planet-in-our-solar-system
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A Wizard - Mon, 01 Feb 2016 01:48:15 EST ID:0HhPnpAt No.55995 Ignore Report Reply
>>55994
It's a giant ball of shit for all I care
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William de Sitter - Wed, 03 Feb 2016 14:35:11 EST ID:fDZ3h+Vd No.56010 Ignore Report Reply
>>55994
I've been wondering, is the Kepler powerful enough for this? If so we should find out in 2018.
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John Riccioli - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 10:36:07 EST ID:8UyygmWs No.56025 Ignore Report Reply
>>55945
i love to hear this


Pluto is a planet again Ignore Report View Thread Reply
George Herbig - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 13:08:55 EST ID:CLrN9E3V No.54501
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as of oct 2nd 2014 pluto's a planet what are your thoughts /sagan/
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Caroline Herschel - Sun, 07 Feb 2016 03:26:52 EST ID:tQX5ylFX No.56020 Ignore Report Reply
>>56014
How does it turn?
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Henry Draper - Sun, 07 Feb 2016 04:00:14 EST ID:YHjXylC8 No.56021 Ignore Report Reply
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>>56018
Unless they were directly opposed, they'd collide or fling eachother into funny orbits eventually. Though smaller planets further out would take longer.
There's a reason planets tend to fall into an orbital resonance.
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Thomas Henderson - Sun, 07 Feb 2016 19:40:58 EST ID:+iTpAL43 No.56022 Ignore Report Reply
I love you Pluto


Cut and dry, Black and White (-Holes) Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Space Shimapanzee - Thu, 21 May 2015 17:47:06 EST ID:KymFiCZg No.55338
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I'm a layperson scurrying across the floor of /sagan/, please don't annihilate me.

Is there any reason white holes would exist? From what I understand black holes just keep growing, gaining in mass and gravity magnitude in relation to their mass. Their ultra-compact density is what gives them their swag about the vacuum of space.

If white holes were real, then how would black holes continue to grow and increase their gravity? Debris, planets, stars and other space stuff 'slows' as it reaches the center of the hole as I understand it. Would that mean filling a water balloon with a tiny leak in it is a good analogy for what's theoretically happening?
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Walter Baade - Mon, 11 Jan 2016 23:10:45 EST ID:x7oDvr/y No.55925 Ignore Report Reply
>>55924
Overly simplified version: Einstine's math allows for the opposite side of gravity, repellent gravity. Instead of pushing down on the fabric of space time and making a 'dent' it is pushing up and making a 'hill', kinda. Just like the gravity of a blackhole is strong enough to keep light from escaping, the gravity of a whitehole is repellent enough that light cannot breach it.
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Joseph von Fraunhofer - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 07:22:46 EST ID:fDZ3h+Vd No.55926 Ignore Report Reply
>>55925
Plus the fact that is one existed, the amount of energy it would be spewing out would basically make it unenterable, or even approachable.
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Paul Goldsmith - Wed, 13 Jan 2016 23:38:57 EST ID:O0Ehlx70 No.55927 Ignore Report Reply
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>>55338
What if White Holes only exist for a fraction of a second and in the wake of their brief existence form entire universes in a multiverse.

tl;dr the Big Bang was, in fact, a White Hole and we are all (entropy, spacetime) that endlessly falling 'hill' (as opposed to a black hole's infinite depth) that will eventually tear and fizzle.

This old ass thread was very insightful. Time for another bowl.


What are WE going to see? Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Maximilian Wolf - Sun, 03 Jan 2016 16:00:54 EST ID:1zawVaPa No.55910
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What's the most advanced/coolest/most interesting space related thing our generation is going to witness?
Primitive colonies? Asteroid mining? The development of a new form of space travel?
Post your predictions.
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Russel Hulse - Mon, 04 Jan 2016 21:53:11 EST ID:oigSnnJc No.55915 Ignore Report Reply
We'll probably see commercial asteroid mining by robots in our later years, most likely. Hopefully they dont fuck up and drop a rock on us though, would that suck or what?
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Walter Adams - Tue, 05 Jan 2016 09:43:18 EST ID:fDZ3h+Vd No.55916 Ignore Report Reply
>>55911
There will always be shit to fix on Earth, that can't stop us from going outwards. We've got the resources to spare.

We'll definately see atleast a man on Mars, probably the start of a colony too (never bet against Elon). Maybe a base on the moon, but my bet is that a race to Mars will be kicking off soon and the moon will be a sideshow, R&D for Mars colony tops.

Maaaaaaaaybe Skylon, not holding my breath on that one though. Ion propulsion should get much better and if we get fusion knocked down in a decade or 2 that could feasibly take us to a nifty fraction of C. Alcuibierre drive seems like a pipedream, but you never know, would require something like a fucking anti-matter power source probably, though perhaps a large enough fusion reactor would do too...

If Elon gets his MCT concept with the BFRs done & produced, space mining probably will be feasible then. 100 tons to Mars yo, could probably haul serious cargo from the asteroid belt too since it wouldn't have to fight the gravity well of Mars.

AI most likely too, don't know if superintelligent AI, depends on how fast the AGI takes off, though looking at machine & deep learning these days it'll probably take off like a rocket.

Humanity's technology is on an exponential rise, just think how much the world changed between 2005-2015 compared to 1995-2005. We probably can't even imagine the shit that will be around in 60 years.
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Heinrich Olbers - Sat, 23 Jan 2016 10:21:35 EST ID:s6y07R4Z No.55964 Ignore Report Reply
>>55910
>What are we going to see?

Corn.


i don't believe in the moon Locked Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Kiyotsugu Hirayama - Mon, 04 Jan 2016 18:53:06 EST ID:jKbCW6p+ No.55914
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its just the back side of earth
Locked
Thread has been locked
Thread was locked by: SeVeNaD
Reason: another great thread.


Kill space rocks Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Joseph Lockyer - Mon, 20 Jul 2015 06:32:20 EST ID:5RO7Hywq No.55532
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A huge rock is headed straight for earth

We wrap a tarp around it with a space craft
Fill the tarp with a heavy gas
Once the pressure is high enough inside the tarp
We turn on rockets compressing the gass as much as possable on one side of the tarp
Then we blow up a nuke
Changing the course of the rock enough not to kill everyone on earth

Now you tell me how im wrong and feel better about the world
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Paul Goldsmith - Fri, 18 Dec 2015 18:11:19 EST ID:415JX8nG No.55885 Ignore Report Reply
If asteroid mining became a big enough enterprise, could we wind up disturbing the orbits of asteroids in the inner solar system, increasing the rate of potential impacts?
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Russel Hulse - Sat, 19 Dec 2015 21:18:09 EST ID:Y6cuAVAn No.55891 Ignore Report Reply
>>55883
i always love when someone HAS to mention no bumps.
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Chushiro Hayashi - Sun, 20 Dec 2015 19:27:29 EST ID:vB+y87GU No.55892 Ignore Report Reply
>>55885
The asteroid belt is far more diffuse and spread out than we imagine it is.
Then again, all that travel and disruption is bound to knock some rocks loose.


You know what day it is... Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Bart Bok - Mon, 09 Nov 2015 15:06:18 EST ID:X6E5uhNi No.55797
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Let's have a party thread.

Happy would-be 81st birthday, my friend
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Walter Baade - Sat, 21 Nov 2015 12:42:53 EST ID:X6E5uhNi No.55826 Ignore Report Reply
>>55824
0/10
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Riccardo Giacconi - Wed, 25 Nov 2015 20:31:46 EST ID:X6E5uhNi No.55830 Ignore Report Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Fred Whipple - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 20:19:12 EST ID:X6E5uhNi No.55874 Ignore Report Reply
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y'all are gay

bow down to our lord


Floating colonies on Venus Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Arthur Eddington - Sun, 06 Dec 2015 16:45:02 EST ID:vB+y87GU No.55850
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What does /sagan/ think of this?
I think it's a pretty fucking sweet idea. I wonder what sort of materials you could use that are both light weight and durable enough for a floating Venusian colony. I had an idea that could help with the buoyancy of the thing: non essential parts of the structure (floors and walls) could be made out of brick like objects that are either vacuum hollow or filled with a gas like helium at very low pressure. They would be brick like objects because many could be punctured without jepordizing the integrity of the station. one could also vent waste heat out the bottom and sides to create a bit of thrust.
The only major problem would be in getting people and materials to and from the colony. Then again, I suspect by the time we're in a position to build something like this, navigating the haze of the Venusian atmosphere safely won't be much of a challenge.
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Johannes Kepler - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 16:13:19 EST ID:IwAsVtyx No.55867 Ignore Report Reply
>>55866

Humans go places and do things to get stuff. Not just to do it, those emotions are just used to motivate people. Every great explorer was after land, gold, slaves, riches. I want riches. The asteroid belt is where its at.

I wouldn't want to go to Venus, there isn't anything there. You can't land on the surface, no moons, no nothing, bbbbooring. Even in your super-future there will be shit-holes no one will want to go to. Look at the US state of North Dakota, a giant frozen field full of self-destructive Native Americans, up until the last 10 year or so, it was fucking empty because all that was there was grass and nothing. But then fracking happened and then there was an oil boom and then 100,000s of people looking to get rich, and most of those people are blue collar folks with nothing else going for them. The blue collars go loose limbs getting the riches to pipe back to cities to be profits for rich owner of industry.

This is exaclty happening now, SpaceX, ULA, Virgin Galactic.

Given our lives now, i know in 300 years there will be a miserable dick job of 'asteroid miner'. So you didn't go to college and you are a physically capable young person, get your ass to space and go get some stuff.

I'm not folding my arms, I like realistic sci-fi. In your universe, I want magic powers like the force and shit.
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Johannes Kepler - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 16:31:04 EST ID:IwAsVtyx No.55868 Ignore Report Reply
>>55866

Also, your energy source better be infinite because of this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jevons_paradox
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Robert Dicke - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 18:00:55 EST ID:vB+y87GU No.55873 Ignore Report Reply
>>55867
>The asteroid belt is where its at.
Well obviously colonization of Mars and Venus and the construction of space habitats would take place within the context of a well established and rapidly expanding space economy. I don't have to tell you that there is an incredible abundance of resources between Mercury and suburban Jupiter. In the midst of taking advantage of this tremendous windfall, it only makes sense to put habitable places where we can. If for no other reason than as a way station and a refuge. (think a stop for fuel or something at a space station orbiting Venus on your way from Earth to Mercury or something)

>I wouldn't want to go to Venus, there isn't anything there. You can't land on the surface, no moons, no nothing, bbbbooring
The most brutal hellscape in the solar system is boring to you? I don't want to insult you or anything, but whaaa? I don't know how any place in our solar system could be considered boring (well, aside from the MASSIVE expanses of literally nothing, but that goes without saying)
>you can't land on the surface
With currently existing caveman tech it's not a very good idea.

>Given our lives now, i know in 300 years there will be a miserable dick job of 'asteroid miner'. So you didn't go to college and you are a physically capable young person, get your ass to space and go get some stuff.
Frankly neither of us can imagine what human societies will look like in three centuries. If neo-liberal capitalism is still the default system, I'm not sure we'll even be around in three hundred years. Anyway, asteroid mining will likely be almost entirely automated. It makes more sense to have a bunch of durable, easy to produce machines hacking up rocks in space, not a bunch of frail bloodsacks who can't function in an irradiated, freezing, vacuum.

> I like realistic sci-fi
Me too. I love Star Wars, but the lore of franchises like Star Trek and Mass Effect is so much more interesting BECAUSE so much of it is plausible.

>In your universe, I want magic powers like the force and shit.
I'm not operating within a magic universe. I'm talking about something that will become achievable within the context of a future space based economy. I see the point in your criticisms. There isn't a direct need for a Venusian colony when you could just have a few ring habitats orbiting the planet. Still, a floating colony could be useful for tourism and scientific research. And when you've got a massive economy and advanced technology, it's inevitable that some people will think "hey, lets do thing."

>>55868
Brah, the sun isn't a rare earth metal.


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Maximilian Wolf - Thu, 03 Dec 2015 04:55:36 EST ID:wqEfwqpm No.55837
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Whats in your sky tonight?
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Maximilian Wolf - Thu, 03 Dec 2015 06:58:43 EST ID:wqEfwqpm No.55838 Ignore Report Reply
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we did it boys
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Johannes Kepler - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 16:45:36 EST ID:IwAsVtyx No.55870 Ignore Report Reply
>>55838

bing, band, boom, nice work!


Ridiculously large coincidence Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Maximilian Wolf - Sun, 08 Nov 2015 16:45:55 EST ID:D1mxUOc5 No.55796
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So I was playing around on SpaceEngine on my very mediocre PC and came across this view which I thought looked pretty cool so I screenshotted it (the image on the left). A day or so later I was watching SpaceEngine videos on YouTube and came across a video with the image on the right on it. I looked for the coordinates on the video but there was nothing there.

What are the chances of this? I couldn't believe it when I saw it, it's undeniably the same view, the chances of this are miniscule right? Am I the only one absolutely amazed by this?
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Galileo Galilei - Sat, 05 Dec 2015 22:45:27 EST ID:N+uGi0dP No.55842 Ignore Report Reply
>>55799
lmao coincidences are fun man, see if you can follow a trail of them to some life changing event like Kermit Michael Riggs
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Chushiro Hayashi - Sun, 06 Dec 2015 16:09:47 EST ID:IwAsVtyx No.55846 Ignore Report Reply
>>55796

It's almost like.....like.....there is a limited number of planetary bitmaps within the software. And....and....the algorithms used to generate new planetary systems aren't.....perfect?

>Am I the only one absolutely amazed by this?

Seems as if it isn't hard to amaze you, huh?
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Johannes Kepler - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 16:43:27 EST ID:IwAsVtyx No.55869 Ignore Report Reply
>>55796

OP, go ask /vg/. Its a game, coded by a human, with errors. hell, the project is freeware written by a handful of people. make a donation at the website and maybe you will get more of the awesome quality this software brings.


"I WANT TO STOP THE EARTH FROM SPINNING" reply Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Urbain Le Verrier - Thu, 03 Dec 2015 14:40:23 EST ID:zy6FIvhr No.55839
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so...
if you want to collapse the core your gonna need some VERY STRONG magnets, drills, charges (controlled as fuck as the crust isnt purely solid it has fractures & holes & allsorts which kill miners e.c.t).

First, well need to friends up or kill & impersonate someone "high up", with funds we can become a private interest in the many 'space programmes'. With the severe lack of funding NASA are recieving, they are playing ball to a lot more private interests & with their brains & techonology the charges could easily be places in the least dangerous palces meaning you dont die & can continue your mission).

To bore holes we will have to become frackers, we may need to relocate. The best places would either be the oil fields in asia as that has less crust & population to traverse or the American lands which are heavily fractured & drilled. If we impersonate or friends up the right people we will have access to underground networks, which go deeper than people think & are surprisingly stable. But once we have the licences for that, we will need similar minds to employ who hate things enough not to grass us up for depleting the polarity of the earth & reduction on key natural phases & fields.

With the resources we now currently own, not only do we not have to bury down ourselves, we can send people who hate things more than us & dgaf more than us. Reward their families amply if they get fucked up. That & we have a secure network of illegal activities intent on felling the clouds & allowing our precious shields to wander off into the vacuums of space.

Now you finally have the means to affect the polarity of the earth, you will need to connect the global power network, which there isnt yet. You would have to make one, but with our resources so far this will only take half a life time or so. Dw if you die or me there are plenty of other cunts we can trust. Now with the power, we can safely construct magnets at the entrance to the large bore holes & lower them near the crust before activating. Cables would need to be adamantium alloy as that stands up to even super heroes according to tv & comics so its pretty tough shit.

Now all which remains is for our calculation wizzes to be correct, the hardware not to fault (well have to employ asians & pay them well as were lazy & require cyanide). You now have, as I currently see it, 3 choices... which will be more effective I have not enough time to consider, like ever in my life.... You I recommend you take a shot & flip a coin, yelling fuck yeah.

A: Start both magnets at the same time in the hope this freezes the movement of molten materials & any magnetic materials will hopefully travel to the magnets, disrupting the orbital flow of the plasma & other materials. This could do nothing & just fuck every electronic ever up & stick us all to the ground via our belt buckles/tear things out of people bodies who have pins or heart tickers e.c.t

B:Slowly start one magnet, so that instead of it just doing nothing but making the world uber magnetic, more... It will slowly start to split the contents of the plasma & magma. Making smooth transition in the orbital flow near impossible. One its up to enough power to start physically vibrating, slanting, fucking the earth. Start the opposite magnet up quick, which I must mention has to be made of a poly material or something stronger, so it dosent get broken by the first magnetic pulls. When the 2nd magnet gets stronger, it will effectively be holding the different magnetic & non magnetic elements of the core at either side, without motion except motion similar to that seen in a centrifuge where the contents of the bottle are forced to the side & the pressure helps mix the bottle.
The earth will now have 0 protection from any foreign anything, waves, physicals & dark matters unknown reactions with events such as these.
Also the earth now has no air, its moving towards the sun & we have no shields up (unless were far ahead in science as what were told, which is obviously true but the point where we can manipulate & shield the entire earth whilst the power is being directed to the magnets, its frankly beyond us as far as I can see. If we stick to primaeval warning logic were either fuqd or gonna be universe nazis, which is impossible as well be isolated by the current powers out there …
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Joseph von Fraunhofer - Thu, 03 Dec 2015 17:33:37 EST ID:oigSnnJc No.55840 Ignore Report Reply
What?


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Tycho Brahe - Thu, 21 May 2015 16:45:28 EST ID:eJc7PJV5 No.55333
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Fritz Zwicky - Fri, 13 Nov 2015 09:51:05 EST ID:Y+TLwE2a No.55813 Ignore Report Reply
>>55333
bumping to see no one respond to this gay thread
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Thomas Gold - Sat, 28 Nov 2015 14:13:52 EST ID:Z2XGH5kJ No.55831 Ignore Report Reply
praise the great comet~
comets be praised and comet us some comets sowe cancomet more comets.
also,idig comets and you should too,praise comets!


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