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Suckers !!!!

Post by dosraider » Sat Mar 14, 2009 11:40 am

Been watching some Star Trek series lately, more specific:
Voyager
Deep Space 9
Enterprise.

The fuck?
It's completely ridicule, come on, the shuttles? The bridge? No seat belts? No airbags?
Every time a shuttle crashes, they get thrown out of their seats, every time the ship shook they are thrown out of their seats....
Result: head bumps, broken arms and legs.

Get serious will ya? Any car our days has better seats, seatbelts, airbags, whatevers and whatnots to protect the passengers.

Suckers. :blah:
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Post by Santhosh CHRiS » Wed Mar 18, 2009 4:30 pm

dosraider wrote:Been watching some Star Trek series lately, more

The fuck?
It's completely ridicule, come on, the shuttles? The bridge? No seat belts? No airbags?
Every time a shuttle crashes, they get thrown out of their seats, every time the ship shook they are thrown out of their seats....
Result: head bumps, broken arms and legs.
Well it's more dramatic and fun to watch that way than hear Spock say "Guys we're about to crash land into a meteorite... better fasten your seat belts again... not that it would really matter at THIS kind of speed anyway"

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Post by Dogbreath » Thu Mar 19, 2009 1:10 am

Apparently, it's a failure in inertial dampers... I like how the always fail *just enough* to toss them around a bit, but not enough to smear them into a paste on the back of the wall. (which, considering the tremendous changes in velocity, is the inevitable result)

Star Trek is "soft science fiction." It basically just uses technology as a prop that allows the characters to explore ideas that couldn't otherwise be discussed outside of purely theoretical terms. There's no real attempt to take science seriously - it's the equivalent of fantasy.

http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=47404 <- watch where data gets hit by the arrow :laugh:

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Post by cyb3r.god3 » Sat Mar 21, 2009 9:51 am

LUDICROUS SPEED... GO!!!!!!!!
One time I had a Jack and coke and it had a lime in it, And I saw that the lime was floating. That's good news man. Next time I'm on a boat and it capsizes, I'll reach for a lime... I'll be water skiing without a life preserver and people'll say 'What the hell?' and I'll pull out a lime...and a lemon too. I'm saved by the buoyancy of citrus.

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Post by Kandinsky » Fri Jan 25, 2013 4:59 am

Jam the radar!

If you watch any space sci-fi movie you will see physic laws being ignored most of the time. Starting with the fact you are listening a spaceship engine working in space.

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