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#11 - There is: Fills the entire normal Hoth map, includin… 05/07/2013 on Star Wars: Battlefield 3 0
#34 - Church of Satan sin nr. 1: Don't be stupid 05/06/2013 on Godless Morals -1
#181 - The outside. 05/04/2013 on My leg... +1
#15 - This is just wrong. Plain wrong. Very few, if any, visible sta…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/04/2013 on The More You Know 0
User avatar #23 - mswisher (05/04/2013) [-]
LOL... what would we do without you bro...
#363 - Yeah, you think your first try went any better? The first … 04/29/2013 on Murica 0
#362 - First reusable spacecraft: I'll give you this one, although ma…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/29/2013 on Murica +1
User avatar #364 - fallenoffacliff (04/29/2013) [-]
The USA independently invented obit technology (the USA and USSR didn't collaborate very often) Messenger is the first to orbit mercury, Galileo the first to orbit Jupiter, Voyager 2 the only spacecraft to directly observe both Neptune and Uranus. New horizons is on its way to Pluto. Oh, and as a side note, there is a very small chance that the first manmade object in space may have been a blast cap during operation plumbbob.

P.s. I am thoroughly enjoying learning about all of this. And I completely understand where you are coming from. Both the USA and the USSR have made monumental advances in space exploration.
#360 - When i say big bombs, i mean thermonuclear h-bombs. This isn't… 04/29/2013 on Murica 0
#356 - Russia (USSR) got to the moon waaay before the United States o… 04/29/2013 on Murica 0
#355 - You wanna list up all the breakthroughs in space exploration? …  [+] (5 new replies) 04/29/2013 on Murica 0
User avatar #359 - fallenoffacliff (04/29/2013) [-]
Also:
First reusable spacecraft: USA
First space telescope: USA
First year in space: USSR
First man made object beyond asteroid belt: USA
First man made object to orbit Saturn: USA
First object to orbit a planet (excluding earth): USA

We did a bit more than you are giving us credit for
#362 - crilleballe (04/29/2013) [-]
First reusable spacecraft: I'll give you this one, although many scientists believe that the idea of a reusable spacecraft has cost more lives than single use crafts would have.
First space telescope: Hubble telescope, launched 1990, after the fall of the USSR. Not really an amazing feat, just 'another' satellite. A great one none the less.
First man made object beyond asteroid belt: Yup, you threw your ball a bit further than what's been done before. Not that the USSR couldn't, they just had their eyes on something else.
First man made object to orbit Saturn: Yes, you are right. First object to orbit the sun: Luna 1, first object to orbit the moon: Luna 10, first object to orbit Mars: Mars 2. First object to orbit Venus: Venera.
First object to orbit another planet: Yes, Mariner 9 was the first to orbit Mars, but as said above: First object to actually orbit something else than earth: Luna 1. You didn't invent the systems needed for orbiting planets, USSR did.
User avatar #364 - fallenoffacliff (04/29/2013) [-]
The USA independently invented obit technology (the USA and USSR didn't collaborate very often) Messenger is the first to orbit mercury, Galileo the first to orbit Jupiter, Voyager 2 the only spacecraft to directly observe both Neptune and Uranus. New horizons is on its way to Pluto. Oh, and as a side note, there is a very small chance that the first manmade object in space may have been a blast cap during operation plumbbob.

P.s. I am thoroughly enjoying learning about all of this. And I completely understand where you are coming from. Both the USA and the USSR have made monumental advances in space exploration.
#358 - killyojoy (04/29/2013) [-]
We had missles that were far more advanced the only reason Russia made their bombs so much bigger is because they were far more inaccurate then our bombs our idea was to put small nukes in tactical places while russia just wanted to blow up cities in hopes of hitting tactical places....also it looks like we still came out the winners because we are still intact, while they blew their budget before anything could even happen..
#360 - crilleballe (04/29/2013) [-]
When i say big bombs, i mean thermonuclear h-bombs. This isn't a tactical nuke, this is a 'Level the entire city of New York with the ground' bomb. There is no need for precision bombing, no matter how small of a yield you stuff in them.
The fact that you are still intact does not mean you won the space race. All along the way the Soviet Union were beating your sad asses, and simply because the soviets focused on robotics instead of humans in space, you decided that getting to the moon first with humans were the goal. Really, putting a man on the moon was pretty irrelevant. It was proof that YOU could do it, but not proof that it could be done.
"We had missles that were far more advanced" As i'm not quite sure about this, I must request a source.
#51 - Would you look at that. That isn't your first man made obj…  [+] (31 new replies) 04/28/2013 on Murica +10
#307 - fefe (04/28/2013) [-]
Oh, and what happened to Sputnik 1? It was burned in the atmosphere 3 months after it was launched.
#363 - crilleballe (04/29/2013) [-]
Yeah, you think your first try went any better?
The first satellite of the USA was called Kaputnik.
You know why? Because it failed miserably.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vanguard_TV3
#208 - fallenoffacliff (04/28/2013) [-]
First man made object outside the solar system
#355 - crilleballe (04/29/2013) [-]
You wanna list up all the breakthroughs in space exploration? Ok
First liquid fuel long range rocket: Germany
First jet-airplane: Nazi Germany
First object in space: Soviet
First animal in space: Soviet
First man in space: Soviet
First woman in space: Soviet
First object in orbit around the sun: Soviet (Although accidental)
First object on the moon: Soviet
First robot on the moon: Soviet
First space station: Soviet
First human on the moon: USA
First object on Mars: Soviet
First object outside the solar system: USA

And if it hadn't been for the political unstability resulting in the fall of the USSR, they would probably still be beating your ass. Oh, yeah, their bombs we're bigger than yours, too :)
User avatar #359 - fallenoffacliff (04/29/2013) [-]
Also:
First reusable spacecraft: USA
First space telescope: USA
First year in space: USSR
First man made object beyond asteroid belt: USA
First man made object to orbit Saturn: USA
First object to orbit a planet (excluding earth): USA

We did a bit more than you are giving us credit for
#362 - crilleballe (04/29/2013) [-]
First reusable spacecraft: I'll give you this one, although many scientists believe that the idea of a reusable spacecraft has cost more lives than single use crafts would have.
First space telescope: Hubble telescope, launched 1990, after the fall of the USSR. Not really an amazing feat, just 'another' satellite. A great one none the less.
First man made object beyond asteroid belt: Yup, you threw your ball a bit further than what's been done before. Not that the USSR couldn't, they just had their eyes on something else.
First man made object to orbit Saturn: Yes, you are right. First object to orbit the sun: Luna 1, first object to orbit the moon: Luna 10, first object to orbit Mars: Mars 2. First object to orbit Venus: Venera.
First object to orbit another planet: Yes, Mariner 9 was the first to orbit Mars, but as said above: First object to actually orbit something else than earth: Luna 1. You didn't invent the systems needed for orbiting planets, USSR did.
User avatar #364 - fallenoffacliff (04/29/2013) [-]
The USA independently invented obit technology (the USA and USSR didn't collaborate very often) Messenger is the first to orbit mercury, Galileo the first to orbit Jupiter, Voyager 2 the only spacecraft to directly observe both Neptune and Uranus. New horizons is on its way to Pluto. Oh, and as a side note, there is a very small chance that the first manmade object in space may have been a blast cap during operation plumbbob.

P.s. I am thoroughly enjoying learning about all of this. And I completely understand where you are coming from. Both the USA and the USSR have made monumental advances in space exploration.
#358 - killyojoy (04/29/2013) [-]
We had missles that were far more advanced the only reason Russia made their bombs so much bigger is because they were far more inaccurate then our bombs our idea was to put small nukes in tactical places while russia just wanted to blow up cities in hopes of hitting tactical places....also it looks like we still came out the winners because we are still intact, while they blew their budget before anything could even happen..
#360 - crilleballe (04/29/2013) [-]
When i say big bombs, i mean thermonuclear h-bombs. This isn't a tactical nuke, this is a 'Level the entire city of New York with the ground' bomb. There is no need for precision bombing, no matter how small of a yield you stuff in them.
The fact that you are still intact does not mean you won the space race. All along the way the Soviet Union were beating your sad asses, and simply because the soviets focused on robotics instead of humans in space, you decided that getting to the moon first with humans were the goal. Really, putting a man on the moon was pretty irrelevant. It was proof that YOU could do it, but not proof that it could be done.
"We had missles that were far more advanced" As i'm not quite sure about this, I must request a source.
#312 - fallenoffacliff (04/28/2013) [-]
By the way, in case you were wondering, that is ours.
#186 - killyojoy (04/28/2013) [-]
Getting to the moon was the finish line and Russia was just the first on the track.
#356 - crilleballe (04/29/2013) [-]
Russia (USSR) got to the moon waaay before the United States of America. They just sent robots instead of people, just like what you're doing on Mars right now.
Also, the space race was mainly military. It was a showoff between the USA and the USSR. Whomever could build spacecrafts capable of getting nuclear weapons into space would win. The real finish line would have been a combat station in space. Of course, the USSR fell before that could happen.
#221 - fefe (04/28/2013) [-]
And who decided it was the finish line? Let me guess, Americans? You won nothing, you just told you won it because you're big babies.
#268 - killyojoy (04/28/2013) [-]
Well NASA was formed and now the is only one Car on the track so it's not exactly a race.
User avatar #305 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
what
User avatar #82 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
>implying space exists
#184 - fefe (04/28/2013) [-]
I can understand that some peeps in the world dosen't belive that the sun is a star, but some of them think that space does not exist? I fear for the next generation...
User avatar #192 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
Space isn't something, it's a lack of something; Saying that spudnik was the first manmade object in space is wrong.
#198 - fefe (04/28/2013) [-]
okay.....what phrase would you use?
User avatar #201 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
first man made object outside of the atmosphere.
#253 - dyonisia has deleted their comment.
User avatar #264 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
Not to mention that there are plenty of other "objects"
If you're going to be wrong, at least try to not be stupid.
User avatar #262 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
Well, not exactly. If space is everywhere, then the earth, along with its atmosphere is inside of space. And obviously, within the atmosphere and the earth, there are plenty of objects.
Silly.
#326 - fefe (04/28/2013) [-]
But those wern't manmade.
User avatar #329 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
dyonisia said, "So it is, in fact, the first object in space."
#334 - fefe (04/28/2013) [-]
Didn't see that, He just made a mistake in his wording. Your reply was just the same as the people who turn an argument into a spelling bee.
User avatar #338 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
all of my replies were about properly using words.
all of it's very trivial.
#313 - fefe (04/28/2013) [-]
i mean, in a technical sense you're right, but in a way that is silly and irrelevant.
User avatar #322 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
What I'm saying has nearly nothing to do about the actual space race, it has to do about not being a retard when using words.
#342 - Kanoah (04/28/2013) [-]
Dude, just shut the fuck up. Nobody gives half a shit about how you use the word space.
User avatar #344 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
I do.
#49 - Would you look at that. That isn't your first robot on the moon.  [+] (32 new replies) 04/28/2013 on Murica +10
#51 - crilleballe (04/28/2013) [-]
Would you look at that.
That isn't your first man made object in space.
#307 - fefe (04/28/2013) [-]
Oh, and what happened to Sputnik 1? It was burned in the atmosphere 3 months after it was launched.
#363 - crilleballe (04/29/2013) [-]
Yeah, you think your first try went any better?
The first satellite of the USA was called Kaputnik.
You know why? Because it failed miserably.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vanguard_TV3
#208 - fallenoffacliff (04/28/2013) [-]
First man made object outside the solar system
#355 - crilleballe (04/29/2013) [-]
You wanna list up all the breakthroughs in space exploration? Ok
First liquid fuel long range rocket: Germany
First jet-airplane: Nazi Germany
First object in space: Soviet
First animal in space: Soviet
First man in space: Soviet
First woman in space: Soviet
First object in orbit around the sun: Soviet (Although accidental)
First object on the moon: Soviet
First robot on the moon: Soviet
First space station: Soviet
First human on the moon: USA
First object on Mars: Soviet
First object outside the solar system: USA

And if it hadn't been for the political unstability resulting in the fall of the USSR, they would probably still be beating your ass. Oh, yeah, their bombs we're bigger than yours, too :)
User avatar #359 - fallenoffacliff (04/29/2013) [-]
Also:
First reusable spacecraft: USA
First space telescope: USA
First year in space: USSR
First man made object beyond asteroid belt: USA
First man made object to orbit Saturn: USA
First object to orbit a planet (excluding earth): USA

We did a bit more than you are giving us credit for
#362 - crilleballe (04/29/2013) [-]
First reusable spacecraft: I'll give you this one, although many scientists believe that the idea of a reusable spacecraft has cost more lives than single use crafts would have.
First space telescope: Hubble telescope, launched 1990, after the fall of the USSR. Not really an amazing feat, just 'another' satellite. A great one none the less.
First man made object beyond asteroid belt: Yup, you threw your ball a bit further than what's been done before. Not that the USSR couldn't, they just had their eyes on something else.
First man made object to orbit Saturn: Yes, you are right. First object to orbit the sun: Luna 1, first object to orbit the moon: Luna 10, first object to orbit Mars: Mars 2. First object to orbit Venus: Venera.
First object to orbit another planet: Yes, Mariner 9 was the first to orbit Mars, but as said above: First object to actually orbit something else than earth: Luna 1. You didn't invent the systems needed for orbiting planets, USSR did.
User avatar #364 - fallenoffacliff (04/29/2013) [-]
The USA independently invented obit technology (the USA and USSR didn't collaborate very often) Messenger is the first to orbit mercury, Galileo the first to orbit Jupiter, Voyager 2 the only spacecraft to directly observe both Neptune and Uranus. New horizons is on its way to Pluto. Oh, and as a side note, there is a very small chance that the first manmade object in space may have been a blast cap during operation plumbbob.

P.s. I am thoroughly enjoying learning about all of this. And I completely understand where you are coming from. Both the USA and the USSR have made monumental advances in space exploration.
#358 - killyojoy (04/29/2013) [-]
We had missles that were far more advanced the only reason Russia made their bombs so much bigger is because they were far more inaccurate then our bombs our idea was to put small nukes in tactical places while russia just wanted to blow up cities in hopes of hitting tactical places....also it looks like we still came out the winners because we are still intact, while they blew their budget before anything could even happen..
#360 - crilleballe (04/29/2013) [-]
When i say big bombs, i mean thermonuclear h-bombs. This isn't a tactical nuke, this is a 'Level the entire city of New York with the ground' bomb. There is no need for precision bombing, no matter how small of a yield you stuff in them.
The fact that you are still intact does not mean you won the space race. All along the way the Soviet Union were beating your sad asses, and simply because the soviets focused on robotics instead of humans in space, you decided that getting to the moon first with humans were the goal. Really, putting a man on the moon was pretty irrelevant. It was proof that YOU could do it, but not proof that it could be done.
"We had missles that were far more advanced" As i'm not quite sure about this, I must request a source.
#312 - fallenoffacliff (04/28/2013) [-]
By the way, in case you were wondering, that is ours.
#186 - killyojoy (04/28/2013) [-]
Getting to the moon was the finish line and Russia was just the first on the track.
#356 - crilleballe (04/29/2013) [-]
Russia (USSR) got to the moon waaay before the United States of America. They just sent robots instead of people, just like what you're doing on Mars right now.
Also, the space race was mainly military. It was a showoff between the USA and the USSR. Whomever could build spacecrafts capable of getting nuclear weapons into space would win. The real finish line would have been a combat station in space. Of course, the USSR fell before that could happen.
#221 - fefe (04/28/2013) [-]
And who decided it was the finish line? Let me guess, Americans? You won nothing, you just told you won it because you're big babies.
#268 - killyojoy (04/28/2013) [-]
Well NASA was formed and now the is only one Car on the track so it's not exactly a race.
User avatar #305 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
what
User avatar #82 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
>implying space exists
#184 - fefe (04/28/2013) [-]
I can understand that some peeps in the world dosen't belive that the sun is a star, but some of them think that space does not exist? I fear for the next generation...
User avatar #192 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
Space isn't something, it's a lack of something; Saying that spudnik was the first manmade object in space is wrong.
#198 - fefe (04/28/2013) [-]
okay.....what phrase would you use?
User avatar #201 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
first man made object outside of the atmosphere.
#253 - dyonisia has deleted their comment.
User avatar #264 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
Not to mention that there are plenty of other "objects"
If you're going to be wrong, at least try to not be stupid.
User avatar #262 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
Well, not exactly. If space is everywhere, then the earth, along with its atmosphere is inside of space. And obviously, within the atmosphere and the earth, there are plenty of objects.
Silly.
#326 - fefe (04/28/2013) [-]
But those wern't manmade.
User avatar #329 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
dyonisia said, "So it is, in fact, the first object in space."
#334 - fefe (04/28/2013) [-]
Didn't see that, He just made a mistake in his wording. Your reply was just the same as the people who turn an argument into a spelling bee.
User avatar #338 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
all of my replies were about properly using words.
all of it's very trivial.
#313 - fefe (04/28/2013) [-]
i mean, in a technical sense you're right, but in a way that is silly and irrelevant.
User avatar #322 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
What I'm saying has nearly nothing to do about the actual space race, it has to do about not being a retard when using words.
#342 - Kanoah (04/28/2013) [-]
Dude, just shut the fuck up. Nobody gives half a shit about how you use the word space.
User avatar #344 - dildoes (04/28/2013) [-]
I do.
#8 - Picture 04/26/2013 on Some Shit That's Funny and... +1
#76 - Picture  [+] (2 new replies) 04/25/2013 on Fucking amazing. +3
#82 - nicktheslayer (04/25/2013) [-]
The thumbnail made that Grenadine look like a squashed Mario head.
#77 - Spikeydeath (04/25/2013) [-]
thank you dear
#102 - This guy has the right idea. Unfortunately too many countr… 04/23/2013 on Atheist Jimmy +1
#869 - DJ DJ 4DM1N go himself a friend. 04/23/2013 on FJ Demographic - Complete! +1
#8 - Blue door, you need two pages to enter tho :( Try to follo… 04/22/2013 on Equestria Gaming Arcade:... 0
#7 - There's a little door. Just walk into it. I found two note… 04/22/2013 on Equestria Gaming Arcade:... 0
#5 - I found a note inside the house at the top of the map. When yo…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/22/2013 on Equestria Gaming Arcade:... 0
#6 - sinery (04/22/2013) [-]
How do you enter the house?
User avatar #10 - crazyhindu (04/23/2013) [-]
you have to collect the first four notes first
#8 - crilleballe (04/22/2013) [-]
Blue door, you need two pages to enter tho :(
Try to follow the road, i found the first one within 5 seconds...
#7 - crilleballe (04/22/2013) [-]
There's a little door. Just walk into it.
I found two notes before i entered the house, i never tried entering without finding any tho.
#256 - Ooh, i never knew it originated that far back. Thanks a lot fo… 04/18/2013 on Title: 0
#243 - Christmas trees is an old pagan German tradition.  [+] (2 new replies) 04/18/2013 on Title: 0
User avatar #244 - whitenerdy (04/18/2013) [-]
http://realtruth.org/articles/169-ttooc.html

"Origin of the Christmas Tree

No article about Christmas is complete without some explanation of the “Christmas tree.” We have touched on it without directly focusing on it. The modern Christmas tree originated in Germany. But the Germans got it from the Romans, who got it from the Babylonians and the Egyptians."

Christians stole it from the Germans who learned it from the Romans, who culturally took it from the Babylonians and the Egyptians.
#256 - crilleballe (04/18/2013) [-]
Ooh, i never knew it originated that far back. Thanks a lot for that article!
#114 - Three words: Evolution is a lie! 04/16/2013 on Silly Evolutionists +2
#24 - I like swiss cheese!  [+] (1 new reply) 04/15/2013 on Master of Romance +2
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#12 - Picture 04/12/2013 on Animation from a collage? +1
#30 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 04/12/2013 on Mitosis Little Cell Division +5
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#35 - If Applebloom is adopted then how come: - Applebloom's hai…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/05/2013 on Adopted +8
#48 - wowewowe (04/05/2013) [-]
twilight is purple
purple is a color
white is also a color
celestia is white and a princess
there were 3 princesses before twilight got wings
3 princesses
3 seasons out right now
3
half-life 3 confirmed.
#52 - michaltk (04/09/2013) [-]
What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
User avatar #19 - revengeforfreeze (02/06/2014) [-]
snel kat
sita i kne
gosa me
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User avatar #5 - rustyshakleford (03/18/2012) [-]
Re....removed? :(
#6 to #7 - crilleballe (03/18/2012) [-]
Yea, no hate intended. But i don't know you bro :/
#7 to #8 - rustyshakleford (03/18/2012) [-]
But it's me, the amazing rusty shakleford!
#8 to #9 - crilleballe (03/18/2012) [-]
I see..
Still i'm not really interested in talking to anyone unless it's about the topic of a post...
User avatar #3 - NiNJAz (06/28/2011) [-]
you can delete all this **** if you want lol,
i commented on the wrong person sorry.
#4 to #4 - crilleballe (06/28/2011) [-]
No problem.
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