|Re: The Nakh|
|Posted By: thermoplyae||Date: 11/27/04 7:41 p.m.|
In Response To: Re: The Nakh (Forrest of B.org)
I though I implied the answer...the star must be within 6,000 l.y. of Sol if Durandal is to know about it. And, yes, this is a (relatively) tiny amount of space to put the Nakh into...
...or we could ignore simple Physics. I mean, we have FTL drives that aren't really possible as far as we know at this point in time. :)
Also, to avoid confusion:
"... 98.56% of the universe ..." should have galaxy in place of universe...universe is either curved or infinite, one making this a very generous amount of the universe we can see and the other meaning we'll never have a "fraction" of the unverse that we can see because there's no definable greater whole.
One last time to avoid confusion for the scenario people who read: has to be within 6,000 l.y.
: Yes, but his quandry was, did these supernovae we are speaking of, from 3189
: I think he got his figure of 3189 B.C. because Durandal said in M2 "six
|The Nakh||Andrew Nagy||11/24/04 10:11 p.m.|
|Re: The Nakh||Steve Levinson||11/24/04 11:27 p.m.|
|Re: Tau Ceti G8||•M||11/24/04 11:53 p.m.|
|Re: The Nakh||Forrest of B.org||11/25/04 12:51 a.m.|
|Re: The Nakh||Blayne||11/25/04 3:19 p.m.|
|Re: The Nakh||Steve Levinson||11/25/04 10:36 p.m.|
|Re: The Nakh||Forrest of B.org||11/26/04 9:17 a.m.|
|Re: The Nakh||thermoplyae||11/27/04 2:23 p.m.|
|Re: The Nakh||Forrest of B.org||11/27/04 6:06 p.m.|
|Re: The Nakh||Andrew Nagy||11/27/04 7:15 p.m.|
|Re: The Nakh||Forrest of B.org||11/28/04 12:13 a.m.|
|Re: The Nakh||thermoplyae||11/27/04 7:41 p.m.|
|Re: The Nakh||Forrest of B.org||11/28/04 12:03 a.m.|
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