Snapper Carr: [comicbook.com image 514x385]
Point02GPA: Say what you will about the Nazis, but they sure knew how to throw a parade.
robohobo: Point02GPA: Say what you will about the Nazis, but they sure knew how to throw a parade.And they had damned snappy uniforms,
Point02GPA: robohobo: Point02GPA: Say what you will about the Nazis, but they sure knew how to throw a parade.And they had damned snappy uniforms,"Clothes make the man."-mark twain-
Cheops: Arby's Makes Fries?
evilmousse: HMMMMMmmmmm... given modern technology and geosynchronous satellites, how about something similar for the purposes of power generation? a fold-out kite making a big semishphere with a photovoltaic surface for it's own power capture, and a layer above that works like an LED, either translucent or reflective for off and on respectively. fault tolerant to puncture wounds for space debris, point that sucker at a receiver on earth and program itself not to turn on the reflectivity unless aimed correctly, and voila-- giant-sized solar power generator. or would the ratio of realistic satellite sizes or distance and atmospheric dispersion make it not worthwhile?
RussianPooper: The Burns Defense[www.extremetech.com image 640x353]
offmymeds: Now nazi ufo's, on the other hand...
Hector Remarkable: That's German for Arby's makes fries, right?
evilmousse: HMMMMMmmmmm... given modern technology and geosynchronous satellites, how about something similar for the purposes of power generation?
jayessell: The V1s were cheap enough, but rarely hit military targets or killed anyone important.
jayessell: And THIS, time traveling assassins, is why you DON'T kill Hitler.
Ivo Shandor: Wikipedia has an overview of the concept.
robohobo: The federal government should love this. They love power, and lording it over peoples heads. This would be both, literally.
StrangeQ: German army would use it to 'burn enemy cities' or 'boil part of an ocean'Would also contain a manned space station complete with gardensWell that's nice, at least.
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