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  1. NP Friday Oct 19 2018

    Hmm, if it really is Pandora's box, then maybe Diane wants to have it so that she can present it to her grandmother?
  2. Story Friday Oct 19, 2018

    I love the symbolism with Lucy walking in darkness while Diane is running after her, bringing the bright light with her.
  3. NP Wednesday October 17, 2018

    Good point. Archaeology is a branch of science after all, and a major motivator for finding these things is to learn more about the cultures that put them there, not just to have a fancy object to put on display.
  4. NP Wednesday October 17, 2018

    Just because you already have a lot of money does not mean that you would not jump at the chance to get a lot more. Note that Nanase said she would do it for "millions" (of dollars), not the mere tens-of-thousands-plus-expenses that us mere mortals might command as a fee.
  5. The way I had heard it, horned helmets were for ceremonial use rather than for battle--in battle it would be too easy for an enemy's blade to catch on the horn and pull the whole helmet off.
  6. NP Friday October 12, 2018

    What, you mean that she isn't?
  7. NP Friday October 12, 2018

    A yawl has two masts. With three it would be a schooner.
  8. It would be rather amusing to find out that this is the case, and that such transformations are more common than anybody thought.
  9. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    Do you suspect that you may have herpes?
  10. Story Monday October 1, 2018

    The need for the T-800s/850 and T-X to arrive in a crouched position implies that, at least for the models of Time Displacement Device used by Sky.net, the target needs to fit within a spheroid volume of space somewhere between 1.0 and 1.5 meters in diameter. It may be possible that Sky.net could create a TDD capable of sending a larger volume given sufficient time and resources, but this has not been seen in any of the five existing movies. But yes, it might be possible for a larger warhead to be wrapped in animal flesh (or a number of small living animals if the organic tissue has to be still-alive at the time of transport). I would suggest a W-80 warhead, which masses 130 kg, is 80 cm long and 30 cm in diameter, with a yield of 150 kilotons.
  11. Story Monday October 1, 2018

    All right. The W54 warhead without external casing masses 23 kilograms and is a cylinder 273 mm in diameter and 400 mm long, and a yield of 1.0 kilotons. This is the smallest fission warhead known to the public. Thirty years of development by Sky.net could probably reduce the bulk if not the mass (minimum critical Plutonium mass without massive neutron reflectors is about 4.5 kilograms--attempting to reduce this further requires that the neutron reflectors gain more mass than the core loses in mass). A T-800 chassis might be reconfigured to house one of these concealed within its torso with a minor loss of spinal flexibility--remember it must be carried internally to be sent back with the T-800.
  12. Who has a five-hour bladder anyway?
  13. Story Monday October 1, 2018

    That is a good point. Sky.net could have loaded its T-800 with a hundred kilograms of explosives and had it blow itself up as soon as it got near enough to ensure a kill, but instead decided to have it choose projectile weapons (it wanted a plasma rifle, but chose firearms when it realized that future weapons were unavailable). It was Kyle, not the T-800, who chose to employ explosive ordnance.
  14. NP Wednesday October 3, 2018

    <DonHo> Tiny bubbles In the wine Make me happy Make me feel fine </DonHo>
  15. Story Monday October 1, 2018

    In other words, the "future" that you came from is the one that already stems from a past in which you had traveled back in time. You are not creating a "new" future--you are creating the very one that you came from.