Trigger

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About Trigger

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    Nomad
  • Birthday 06/09/1987

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    in my own little world
  • Interests
    having fun
  • Occupation
    IT Support Technician
  • Favorite Anime
    Robotech
  • Favorite Game
    Mass Effect
  • Currently Watching
    The 4400
  • Currently Playing
    Saints Row 4
  1. Awesome Makes it sound cool, it's basically fencing, but with some unnecessary dance moves for show.
  2. Looks good, have to agree, it looks more like an Avengers movie centered around Captain America than a sequel. Shoots down the helicarrier* well there goes several trillion dollars
  3. Yea I think they should just put it to rest for now before they ruin the series.
  4. http://kylerichter.com/exploring-apples-game-console-sdk/ Is he actually comparing the Apple TV to gaming consoles? Ok the Apple TV device is $100, but if you want to play anything on it, you have to get an apple device which will set the total cost above any of the consoles. Gotta love those Apple fan boys, it's not cool until Apple does it, spend $35 on Chrome cast. Apple has tried the whole gaming console before and it failed miserably. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Bandai_Pippin
  5. There's an arcade shoot em up as well. It's just your standard shoot anything that moves arcade game. [.video=youtube; ][/video.]
  6. Wow... I didn't know they were still making this show GOOGLE, wow 200 episodes...
  7. I seen this a while ago now, not bad, I like it. My only complaint about is that it didn't have much of a back story at all like the first one did. Pretty much just a straight "shoot em up". Which is fine, just expected more, I'm guessing they left out story for a sequel or trilogy, but I don't think that will happen.
  8. Anyone ever hear of Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen? My girlfriend got it for me for Christmas, she knows i love RPG's Anyway, it's a pretty good one, very in depth and long, I've got probably about a dozen hours in so far with no end in site. Anyway if you have a chance to grab it for cheap, it might be worth checking it out. http://dragonsdogma.wikia.com/wiki/Dragon's_Dogma:_Dark_Arisen
  9. I agree with Sledge on this one, RPG's all the way. Normal gameplay/missions, I'm always a fan of shoties
  10. Hey Akira, I'm kinda the same, Every so often I'll check in with the intention of sticking around, but then work picks up, I get busy with other projects/gaming/anime etc. Don't feel bad about all the features, I don't even know half of them and I don't feel like learning the them Guess I'm kind of old school but it's kind of sad since I work in IT. Seriously it's good to see you, you defiantly need an avatar and sig. I was surprised to see mine still on photobucket, haven't used it in years. Haha, yea that must be it, now if we can just figure out how to get us to stay
  11. wow... just wow The construction worker one was pretty good
  12. Yea it is a problem, the only way I can think of would be a magnet, but I don't have any clue if that would even be possible. The debris would probably go right through the magnet. The magnet would probably mess with their instruments and other satellites too, so I guess the plan for now is to just wait and hope they fall back to earth to burn up in the atmosphere. Even the space station needs thruster to control and maintain it's orbit. http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/experiments/274.html On a side note, I don't know if this is true, (I would imagine it is) but I heard some satellites are equipped with thrusters for dodging and avoiding debris. Pretty interesting stuff, I've always been a big SCI-FI fan and reading up on this stuff kinda fuels that lol Anyway I think this post has turned into a private conversation so this will be my last post.
  13. I didn't realize they were sending such large satalites up. The 3D printer could probably also be scailed back since it wouldn't need to print in a huge variety of materials, probably mainly metals. That's true, they could just be un-maned, that would work. I'd say the only other potential problem would be keeping it in orbit while it's being made, it would have to be moved around as it was being made to maintain it's orbit. Which mean maneuvering thrusters etc, would be needed to keep it "afloat". A project like this could cost billions, but once everything was set up, they'd just have to launch rockets for materials, assuming it's fully un-maned. Just thought of one more thing, I seen a show years ago about space debry. They said that it is very dangerous to everything in orbit. Which is why astronauts don't spend much time outside the space station. That could also be a concern and could potentially ruin the project. It may not be such a problem anymore, they said on the show that they were going to try and clean it up and this shows was on TV years ago. Just something else to think about lol EDIT: Found this http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/news/orbital_debris.html#.UnjyrnBnFiY It's interesting stuff. 500,000 pieces of debris and traveling up to 17,500mph, that's impressive. With all the debris, the larger the structure, the larger the threat. You'd think the pieces would eventually burn up in the atmosphere, but I guess the earths orbit keeps them up there. The China thing was a stupid idea, that stuff needs to be brought down with shuttles or broken up and burned up in the atmosphere.
  14. That's the only way to get anywhere with space travel. The ships that would be required for space travel would be way too large to take off from the surface. I don't think this tech is quite there yet. Don't get me wrong, the printers are there, there's a place near me that has one that the military uses. I went to see it for work, couldn't see it, classified BS, but he said most 3D printers, once it prints something, you have to file off the imperfections. However with the one they have, he said it's ready for use as soon as it comes out, nothing it wasted and it can print in almost any material, metals included. Pretty cool stuff, too bad I couldn't see it. Anyway he said it was a massive machine, had to be to be able to print in so many materials. So I think it would be difficult to get one to space, but not impossible, but I don't think the robots are quite there yet. I mean does NASA even have any robots that can make repairs unattended? Give it a 3D printer, if it messes up, it could be life or death, just like those cars that can brake on it's own, very dangerous if the computer malfunctions. http://duncanbanner.com/community-news-network/x484448371/New-Acura-RLX-can-steer-brake-accelerate-on-its-own