kavandje
kavandje
10/10/17
10:57 AM
2

Duh, its SLAM. The Missile Boat had it in TIE Fighter. Obviously the Resistance jumped to the EU and picked it up.
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10/10/17
7:32 AM
4

One of the facts from that trip still sticks with me.
Apparently the normal life expectancy for a vehicle used by aid organizations there is measured in months not years! I think 6 months was the figure he quoted?Insane.Just insane

Actually one of the weirdest parts of the story for me was how some roads were so eroded Read more

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10/6/17
3:20 PM
970

These things need to be banned until the long term health-effect of living near them can be properly studied and vetted. There’s strong evidence of negative side effects from the constant low frequency pulse of the turbine’s motion. They built one near a friend of mine’s uncles house. His wife suddenly got herpes out Read more

10/4/17
12:41 PM
7

The image shown in the video did not really exist at any one point in time. (So it takes more than just a fast shutter to see them.) The waves in the vibrating string move the entire string, or perhaps half or quarter of the string for some harmonics. The very short waves shown in the video are caused by rolling Read more

9/20/17
4:50 PM
15

*I* care. Keep em comin Torch

9/5/17
7:19 AM
1

I was just there! Represent, your country is lovely indeed.

4/28/17
9:18 PM
13

Funny this is on the front page. I took this photo two hours ago.

4/28/17
6:16 PM
3

I can’t believe I had to scroll this far for this correction!

10/15/15
11:41 AM
2

Simple, go see what people who are already off the grid drive;

3/27/15
11:09 PM
2

The scary part of the diagram is the huge swaths of the world that are orange! It appears that the vast majority of populated land is going to see considerable drops in precipitation. That's going to have an explosive effect on pretty much everyone.

9/24/12
3:39 PM
1

Repair. It's all about keeping them going. This is designed with ease of repair in mind from the start, and in remote, low-tech locations, with minimal equipment. It's a big factor in areas like these, and most used options won't meet that demand.