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#8 - we will have railguns within 10 years comrad  [+] (7 new replies) 12/29/2014 on After having curry +15
User avatar #43 - anorselegend (12/29/2014) [-]
The US has tested, successfully, a laser canon as well. Pretty rad shit. I'd link it to the article on Jalopnik, but idk if Kinja is accepted here.
User avatar #32 - atomschlumpf (12/29/2014) [-]
The US navy has a railgun. Problem is, the rails wear down very quickly because of the huge currents that flow through them and have to be replaced every 10 shots or so. Another problem is that the projectile travels so fast it literally burns down midair because of air resistance
User avatar #44 - mrshrapnel (12/29/2014) [-]
Step 1. Make a solid slug of Tungsten.
Step 2. Fire via railgun.
Step 3. Magic happens.
Step 4. ????
Step 5. Towel heads gets obliterated before they even remotely hear the slug incomming from half ways across the planet.
#33 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
they could probably experiment with heat resistant coating or metals on the projectiles
that's my educated guess anyway
User avatar #34 - atomschlumpf (12/29/2014) [-]
If it'd be that easy I guess they would already have solved it. Another problem is the metric ton of energy the gun uses to accelerate the projectile. Because of that at the moment it can only be used on ships that can supply this much energy through capacitators. So they still have to deal with some problems and I don't really know if the gun really is worth it since most battles nowadays are fought by missiles anyway but who knows. Would be cool for space ships, tho and they don't have to deal with air resistance
#38 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
well that does seem true, for people to upgrade from conventional guns to something else there would have to be a substantial changes to either cost, efficiency or accuracy
#13 - karrotj (12/29/2014) [-]
thats what they said ten years ago, swear to god me and my brother had made plans to make a rail gun, unfortunatly neither of us scienced much so it was all bullshit lol
#4 - redo the OP's triforce dont tell daddy-o daddy-o thi…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/29/2014 on triforce +1
User avatar #10 - deathchain (12/29/2014) [-]
He was stupid enough to fall for everything in the thread, there's no way he thought of something like that.
#11 - Cardiac arrest 12/29/2014 on Bacon Wrapped Cheese... -1
#16 - these people literally come from a clone factory, they have al… 12/29/2014 on Jung Da Yeon is 48 years old -1
#3 - because i wear it you ******* cunt 12/29/2014 on Pants 0
#12 - lots of vodska comrad 12/29/2014 on advanced squating warfare 0
#20 - wait, how'd you cure it?  [+] (1 new reply) 12/29/2014 on Sweet Love 0
#21 - skeletorexplains (12/29/2014) [-]
As far as i understand, there's no cure. Medicine barely works, It's all about waiting it out more or less.

But i actually got into a habit my doctor told me (one that came out to my house cause the other doctor was not fucking helpful at fucking all.)

he just told me instead of using toilet paper just go wash your asshole. So i did that and a few weeks later i was fine.
#149 - because its usually a question which forces a discussion with …  [+] (1 new reply) 12/29/2014 on muslim girls are the best 0
#155 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
If there is an absent resolve it is either that the student is a bad learner or the teacher is a bad instructor. The Garden of Eden story is false and is a later re-telling of Mesopotamian stories.
#145 - because i would have to research evolution excessively, an end…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/29/2014 on muslim girls are the best 0
#147 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
Evolution is a scientific fact it you were wondering and I'm not sure how you don't know about its veracity. I'm also not sure why you would want to deny yourself a deeper understanding of the universe when it's so fucking amazing.
#149 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
because its usually a question which forces a discussion with an absent resolve.

i wont go in on evolution because i just know the surface of what it is basically
#155 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
If there is an absent resolve it is either that the student is a bad learner or the teacher is a bad instructor. The Garden of Eden story is false and is a later re-telling of Mesopotamian stories.
#142 - this is true, but at the time people wouldnt know nor understa…  [+] (5 new replies) 12/29/2014 on muslim girls are the best 0
#144 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
Why can't you answer the second question?
#145 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
because i would have to research evolution excessively, an endevour i deem pointless at the moment
#147 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
Evolution is a scientific fact it you were wondering and I'm not sure how you don't know about its veracity. I'm also not sure why you would want to deny yourself a deeper understanding of the universe when it's so fucking amazing.
#149 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
because its usually a question which forces a discussion with an absent resolve.

i wont go in on evolution because i just know the surface of what it is basically
#155 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
If there is an absent resolve it is either that the student is a bad learner or the teacher is a bad instructor. The Garden of Eden story is false and is a later re-telling of Mesopotamian stories.
#136 - plucked it off google in all honesty dont trust …  [+] (7 new replies) 12/29/2014 on muslim girls are the best 0
#139 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
The Qur'an never leads to scientific discoveries, it is only when real science takes place that people look into their books and find something that vaguely matches it. Do you 'believe' in evolution?
#142 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
this is true, but at the time people wouldnt know nor understand such intell and therefore it would be wasted on the masses then. these metaphorical facts are worded in such a way that its still understandable to the people back then.
but its also meant for a later audience, like us.

im unable to answer the second question unfortunately
#144 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
Why can't you answer the second question?
#145 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
because i would have to research evolution excessively, an endevour i deem pointless at the moment
#147 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
Evolution is a scientific fact it you were wondering and I'm not sure how you don't know about its veracity. I'm also not sure why you would want to deny yourself a deeper understanding of the universe when it's so fucking amazing.
#149 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
because its usually a question which forces a discussion with an absent resolve.

i wont go in on evolution because i just know the surface of what it is basically
#155 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
If there is an absent resolve it is either that the student is a bad learner or the teacher is a bad instructor. The Garden of Eden story is false and is a later re-telling of Mesopotamian stories.
#131 - the fact that someone in the year 600 somehow knew about facts…  [+] (9 new replies) 12/29/2014 on muslim girls are the best 0
#135 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
What facts?
#136 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
invitetoislam.org/scientific-facts-in-the-quran/

plucked it off google
in all honesty dont trust any one link, if you want to very search multiple
#139 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
The Qur'an never leads to scientific discoveries, it is only when real science takes place that people look into their books and find something that vaguely matches it. Do you 'believe' in evolution?
#142 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
this is true, but at the time people wouldnt know nor understand such intell and therefore it would be wasted on the masses then. these metaphorical facts are worded in such a way that its still understandable to the people back then.
but its also meant for a later audience, like us.

im unable to answer the second question unfortunately
#144 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
Why can't you answer the second question?
#145 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
because i would have to research evolution excessively, an endevour i deem pointless at the moment
#147 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
Evolution is a scientific fact it you were wondering and I'm not sure how you don't know about its veracity. I'm also not sure why you would want to deny yourself a deeper understanding of the universe when it's so fucking amazing.
#149 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
because its usually a question which forces a discussion with an absent resolve.

i wont go in on evolution because i just know the surface of what it is basically
#155 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
If there is an absent resolve it is either that the student is a bad learner or the teacher is a bad instructor. The Garden of Eden story is false and is a later re-telling of Mesopotamian stories.
#119 - multiple wives is an exception, not the rule  [+] (1 new reply) 12/29/2014 on muslim girls are the best 0
User avatar #123 - runescapewasgood (12/29/2014) [-]
Yeah, I know. They're permitted. This guy's literally trying to argue with me on like 5 different threads though, and I've wasted at least an hour on this simply defending what I've already defended throughout multiple comments to someone who won't even consider another point of view.
#117 - if everyone was certain god existed, everyone would already be…  [+] (11 new replies) 12/29/2014 on muslim girls are the best 0
#129 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
Where is the evidence for this god? An old book is not evidence of claims, especially if they are extraordinary, ie: supernatural.
#131 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
the fact that someone in the year 600 somehow knew about facts we are discovering in the year 2000 with technology we have available currently

but thats just 1 reason out of many

#135 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
What facts?
#136 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
invitetoislam.org/scientific-facts-in-the-quran/

plucked it off google
in all honesty dont trust any one link, if you want to very search multiple
#139 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
The Qur'an never leads to scientific discoveries, it is only when real science takes place that people look into their books and find something that vaguely matches it. Do you 'believe' in evolution?
#142 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
this is true, but at the time people wouldnt know nor understand such intell and therefore it would be wasted on the masses then. these metaphorical facts are worded in such a way that its still understandable to the people back then.
but its also meant for a later audience, like us.

im unable to answer the second question unfortunately
#144 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
Why can't you answer the second question?
#145 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
because i would have to research evolution excessively, an endevour i deem pointless at the moment
#147 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
Evolution is a scientific fact it you were wondering and I'm not sure how you don't know about its veracity. I'm also not sure why you would want to deny yourself a deeper understanding of the universe when it's so fucking amazing.
#149 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
because its usually a question which forces a discussion with an absent resolve.

i wont go in on evolution because i just know the surface of what it is basically
#155 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
If there is an absent resolve it is either that the student is a bad learner or the teacher is a bad instructor. The Garden of Eden story is false and is a later re-telling of Mesopotamian stories.
#103 - maybe its because every religion has different schools of thou…  [+] (13 new replies) 12/29/2014 on muslim girls are the best 0
#106 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
If god were omnipotent and omniscient he would be able to write a book that spells out unambiguously exactly what he wants. It appears as though it is extremely important to him for us to worship him, yet he has created a world with tens of thousands of religions and absolutely zero proof of his existence.
#117 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
if everyone was certain god existed, everyone would already be worshipping him. the whole point of our being is having the choice of worshipping him or not.

also the quran states that there are 3 previous 'version' of the quran sent to the prophets at their time, you may also know these as gospel, torah and zabur
#129 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
Where is the evidence for this god? An old book is not evidence of claims, especially if they are extraordinary, ie: supernatural.
#131 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
the fact that someone in the year 600 somehow knew about facts we are discovering in the year 2000 with technology we have available currently

but thats just 1 reason out of many

#135 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
What facts?
#136 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
invitetoislam.org/scientific-facts-in-the-quran/

plucked it off google
in all honesty dont trust any one link, if you want to very search multiple
#139 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
The Qur'an never leads to scientific discoveries, it is only when real science takes place that people look into their books and find something that vaguely matches it. Do you 'believe' in evolution?
#142 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
this is true, but at the time people wouldnt know nor understand such intell and therefore it would be wasted on the masses then. these metaphorical facts are worded in such a way that its still understandable to the people back then.
but its also meant for a later audience, like us.

im unable to answer the second question unfortunately
#144 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
Why can't you answer the second question?
#145 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
because i would have to research evolution excessively, an endevour i deem pointless at the moment
#147 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
Evolution is a scientific fact it you were wondering and I'm not sure how you don't know about its veracity. I'm also not sure why you would want to deny yourself a deeper understanding of the universe when it's so fucking amazing.
#149 - digitalmasterx (12/29/2014) [-]
because its usually a question which forces a discussion with an absent resolve.

i wont go in on evolution because i just know the surface of what it is basically
#155 - popeflatus (12/29/2014) [-]
If there is an absent resolve it is either that the student is a bad learner or the teacher is a bad instructor. The Garden of Eden story is false and is a later re-telling of Mesopotamian stories.
#10 - why the **** would people make a GLASS SCALE […  [+] (2 new replies) 12/28/2014 on holiday weight gain +9
#13 - anonymous (12/28/2014) [-]
to punish fat people
#11 - anonymous (12/28/2014) [-]
this might come as a shock to you, but people who aren't fat can actually use a hardened glass scale. And as for why make one? because it looks good in your bathroom. but ofcourse if you don't care about esthetiques I can see why you're struggling to comprehend it.
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#159 - hmm, you're positively correct. i wasnt thinking from a team-b…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/13/2014 on NPC lies 0
User avatar #162 - questionableferret (12/13/2014) [-]
WoW actually has those too. The Arena system in WoW allows for 2v2, 3v3, or 5v5 combat (whilst duels count as 1v1). That allows people to make the most of the Holy Trinity setup in a PvP theatre.

SAO has some things worth copying but it's not a good thing to try and emulate completely. The inspiration of something good is in there, like the complete removal of ranged combat and magic, forcing a focus onto pure melee combat that makes for much more reasonable balancing, but then there's the illogical elements to the game-world and mechanics.

That aside, making an MMO that is 1v1, 2v2, or 3v3 defeats the object of an MMO entirely, in which case the game would essentially become sort of a multiplayer-Soulcalibur game (which might not be a bad thing, but would be far from the games you mentioned there).

The appeal of the MMO is the MM part. WoW is as popular as it is because large groups of people cooperated and competed time and time again against one-another on an enormous scale that other games couldn't really deal with. But outside of that there was also the massive world that was chocked full of interesting people to meet and hopefully kill in some disgusting and creatively unfair manner.

Point being, if you're only thinking on that kind of scale you're really disregarding the potential of the MMO genre, which is a shame.

I think you've got a lot more roadblocks in your way to developing that game than might initially make themselves obvious to you, but in fairness a way to get a 3v3 Soulcalibur game working is actually worth the time and effort required to get it working.

Anyway, good luck with the concept.

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