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      05-12-2009, 08:03 PM   #23
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Closet Trekkie here....

You'll like it.

It starts a new "timeline" so there are no real references to the TV show or prior movies.

Seeing Leonard Nimoy again was a nice cameo, definitely showing his age.

In terms of all the technical stuff they kept it pretty tame, that is what made it viewable by anybody.
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wat

he wikipedia that...and i agree...wat?
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terminator 2 came out in 1991


ohhhh.... you mean terminator SALVATION?

yes i did get butt hurt when you said terminator 2 so i had to correct you


Yeah that Salvation one...can't wait to see it
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he wikipedia that...and i agree...wat?

The premise is simple, replace uranium with a fissionable material with a much greater atomic mass and you get a bigger boom. My point was that a very small amount of material can produce a "big boom", thus to assume that a large amount of "red matter" would be required is faulty reasoning. That wouldn't account for the creation of a black hole though I guess, but that wasn't the point of my post.
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The premise is simple, replace uranium with a fissionable material with a much greater atomic mass and you get a bigger boom. My point was that a very small amount of material can produce a "big boom", thus to assume that a large amount of "red matter" would be required is faulty reasoning. That wouldn't account for the creation of a black hole though I guess, but that wasn't the point of my post.

LOL i could care less about that science mumble jumbo...i'm on the internet to see boobies
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LOL i could care less about that science mumble jumbo...i'm on the internet to see boobies
You're in the wrong thread. As my booby stash will get me banned, I'll help you out by directing you here:

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The premise is simple, replace uranium with a fissionable material with a much greater atomic mass and you get a bigger boom. My point was that a very small amount of material can produce a "big boom", thus to assume that a large amount of "red matter" would be required is faulty reasoning. That wouldn't account for the creation of a black hole though I guess, but that wasn't the point of my post.
Yes, but using E=MC2, to produce enough E to implode the planet would require M to be HEEEEE-UGGGGEEEEE, so you wouldn't be walking around with it in your hands, you'd never be able to carry it. Carrying it in a syringe was the point of my post.
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