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#213 - " **panickattack used "*roll 1, 0-999999999*"** **panic… 02/26/2015 on Free Games 0
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#14 - I bring sauce y'all. 02/24/2015 on pure terror 0
#367 - There are only two types of countries on the planet. … 12/31/2014 on The difference between... +1
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#258 - I'm not sure you know how magnetic fields work m8, the Death S…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/30/2014 on Tired of Lightsaber boo-boos? 0
#260 - cabbagemayhem (11/30/2014) [-]
Lightsabers produce their own magnetic field to contain the beam. That is canon in the Star Wars universe. Notice that they never separate lightsabers slowly. It's always in a quick motion, indicating that they might actually be tough to pull apart. The exact physics don't have to make sense, as known-physics don't account for lightsabers.

The only two examples I've ever seen of a lightsaber sliding is the one against Grievous and when Dooku dismembered Anakin (which he suddenly did after they were locked for several seconds -- it makes no sense why he didn't break the rules sooner). The other examples you tried to show me are examples of locks, not slides.
#255 - Bro, I can't tell if you're trolling or not. You do reali…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/30/2014 on Tired of Lightsaber boo-boos? 0
#256 - cabbagemayhem (11/30/2014) [-]
Why do you think the lightsabers are being forced together? It locks them. Most likely, they naturally attract because they are contained in a magnetic field. Even in the prequels, all lightsaber contacts are locked except fluke finishing blows. It's easier to brush off a few prequel reverse Deus ex Machina's as lazy directing than the entirety of lightsaber duel choreography.
#258 - panickattack (11/30/2014) [-]
I'm not sure you know how magnetic fields work m8, the Death Star produces no magnetic field, therefore there is no magnetic interaction occurring between the lightsabers. Magnets interact in Earth (and the Earth's atmosphere) due to the dipoles, but I don't think an artificial structure in the vacuum of space produces a magnetic field.
If you are saying that the lightsabers produce their own magnetic field, then it still doesn't make sense. If they were to lock every time they made contact, objects that long would exhibit great polar bond strength and would be tough to pull apart every time.
And there is enough statistical significance in the "entirety of lighsaber duel choreography" behind how many times lightsabers have slid to prove that it does indeed occur, and it isn't some deus ex machina.
The movie universe (idrc about extended universe) never establishes such a rule about "lightsaber dueling", and so you can't make the claim that it exists.
#260 - cabbagemayhem (11/30/2014) [-]
Lightsabers produce their own magnetic field to contain the beam. That is canon in the Star Wars universe. Notice that they never separate lightsabers slowly. It's always in a quick motion, indicating that they might actually be tough to pull apart. The exact physics don't have to make sense, as known-physics don't account for lightsabers.

The only two examples I've ever seen of a lightsaber sliding is the one against Grievous and when Dooku dismembered Anakin (which he suddenly did after they were locked for several seconds -- it makes no sense why he didn't break the rules sooner). The other examples you tried to show me are examples of locks, not slides.
#253 - Are you a potato or some **** ? G…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/30/2014 on Tired of Lightsaber boo-boos? 0
#254 - cabbagemayhem (11/30/2014) [-]
What are you talking about? I don't see any significant sliding. Minor sliding is just filming error. Those are perfect examples for my point: if they could slide, they would have just brought their sabers down on each other.
#255 - panickattack (11/30/2014) [-]
Bro, I can't tell if you're trolling or not.
You do realize that every time lightsabers (or any swords) make contact, all force isn't aimed downwards, meaning the swords don't slide down all the time.
There's also force applied against the other sword, which is why there is only "minor" sliding.
Also, I know that the prequels deserve all the hatred in the world and shit, but you can't just wave off a scene as "lazy directing". That's bullshit
. Star Wars Revenge of the Sith- Obi-Wan Kenobi vs General Grievous
Go to 2:32 and look at that shit.
It's not lazy directing if it's consistent throughout the movies.
I'm down for some arguing, but provide me some concrete evidence before making some abstract points that don't make any sense.
Either way, all this looks cool as fuck, can't we all just appreciate that?
#256 - cabbagemayhem (11/30/2014) [-]
Why do you think the lightsabers are being forced together? It locks them. Most likely, they naturally attract because they are contained in a magnetic field. Even in the prequels, all lightsaber contacts are locked except fluke finishing blows. It's easier to brush off a few prequel reverse Deus ex Machina's as lazy directing than the entirety of lightsaber duel choreography.
#258 - panickattack (11/30/2014) [-]
I'm not sure you know how magnetic fields work m8, the Death Star produces no magnetic field, therefore there is no magnetic interaction occurring between the lightsabers. Magnets interact in Earth (and the Earth's atmosphere) due to the dipoles, but I don't think an artificial structure in the vacuum of space produces a magnetic field.
If you are saying that the lightsabers produce their own magnetic field, then it still doesn't make sense. If they were to lock every time they made contact, objects that long would exhibit great polar bond strength and would be tough to pull apart every time.
And there is enough statistical significance in the "entirety of lighsaber duel choreography" behind how many times lightsabers have slid to prove that it does indeed occur, and it isn't some deus ex machina.
The movie universe (idrc about extended universe) never establishes such a rule about "lightsaber dueling", and so you can't make the claim that it exists.
#260 - cabbagemayhem (11/30/2014) [-]
Lightsabers produce their own magnetic field to contain the beam. That is canon in the Star Wars universe. Notice that they never separate lightsabers slowly. It's always in a quick motion, indicating that they might actually be tough to pull apart. The exact physics don't have to make sense, as known-physics don't account for lightsabers.

The only two examples I've ever seen of a lightsaber sliding is the one against Grievous and when Dooku dismembered Anakin (which he suddenly did after they were locked for several seconds -- it makes no sense why he didn't break the rules sooner). The other examples you tried to show me are examples of locks, not slides.
#10 - Every male who read this cringed.  [+] (2 new replies) 11/29/2014 on Water laser 0
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User avatar #14 - faguette (11/29/2014) [-]
talk to zahnrad, i hear he's into that shit
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