Message from ! πŸ†πŸ…΄πŸ†€πŸ†„πŸ…ΈπŸ†πŸ…΄πŸ…³πŸ†‡ in The Ice Wall #lounge


2019-10-19 16:10:37 UTC  

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2019-10-19 16:10:52 UTC  

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2019-10-19 16:11:15 UTC  

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2019-10-19 16:11:31 UTC  

@negatic here are the vids

2019-10-19 16:15:08 UTC  

!mute @Ryzwind

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2019-10-19 16:19:05 UTC  

first stuff i dont see anythign ebside arguments of ignorance and last video shows nicely how stars should move in sky on round earth

2019-10-19 16:25:19 UTC  

What is a scalar wave

2019-10-19 16:25:51 UTC  

watch the video

2019-10-19 16:25:57 UTC  

longitudinal waves?

2019-10-19 16:26:02 UTC  

yes

2019-10-19 16:26:18 UTC  

oof I've never heard that terminology

2019-10-19 16:26:41 UTC  

it can be used to heal and power houses and car

2019-10-19 16:32:47 UTC  

huh

2019-10-19 16:32:53 UTC  

now, let's talk about some real science...

2019-10-19 16:33:30 UTC  

I'm really excited to see the improvements Artemis will have over the old Apollo equipment

2019-10-19 16:34:13 UTC  

space technology has always fascinated me. If anything, it's the pinnacle of human advancement in science, IMO.

2019-10-19 16:35:39 UTC  

If Mars is possible before 2030, we can think further into the future, especially when it comes to the issue with the sun heating up and the habitable zone going further out. We could use Mars as a landing point to pull asteroids past earth to pull its orbit away, just a slight amount to keep us safe.

2019-10-19 16:35:53 UTC  

There are lots of contingencies...but nonetheless, hopeful.

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2019-10-19 16:36:40 UTC  

Also, having a base on Mars means NASA will mean we can actually send stuff to Jupiter's moons. Exploring Europa's deep oceans and getting images...man. I'll be like 35 or 40 by then, but it'll be awesome

2019-10-19 16:37:22 UTC  

It's a shame you guys can't look forward to that, though. But I'm sure you'll come around.

2019-10-19 16:37:46 UTC  

Because space doesn’t exist πŸ™‚

2019-10-19 16:37:47 UTC  

You like your CGI, igi!

2019-10-19 16:38:04 UTC  

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2019-10-19 16:41:29 UTC  

CGI - well, when it's actually CGI and not people who don't know how to make computer generated graphics - is a cool artform, but I prefer hand-drawn art - 2D, basically. Integrating 3D imagery into a live action film is very, very difficult to do right and more often than not looks pretty fake

2019-10-19 16:41:36 UTC  

there are good examples of really well done CGI

2019-10-19 16:41:40 UTC  

hello

2019-10-19 16:41:42 UTC  

like Avatar, Interstellar, etc

2019-10-19 16:42:03 UTC  

but I just prefer that the entire setting of the film is just made into CGI

2019-10-19 16:42:15 UTC  

instead of combining the two. It's just a personal preference

2019-10-19 16:42:26 UTC  

and same with 2D art

2019-10-19 16:42:31 UTC  

hello @Lulaliva

2019-10-19 16:42:47 UTC  

<:cool3:625748951458512916> how you doing