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    well, fuck
    Yep.. i'm not sure I could get up there at all let alone that quickly.... Way to go BD. You couldn't make them glide along like darleks so when they take over just just have to start living on the 2nd floor..
    The day it can cope with a handful of gravel thrown under it's feet is the day you need to worry (not for a while yet)
    gl applying your caveman gravel technique while that thing barrels down on you at 50 km/h and a shoulder-mounted autocannon slaved to its optics
    Yeah lol, pocket sand is nice when you're not dealing with a something like this in the forest at night while it has thermal vision and a gun.
    Traction is just a materials science problem anyway. Plenty of rnd in the that department from the auto and cycling industrys i wouldnt count on it to save you. The best defence is the same you would employ against a bear or tiger... You just need to run faster than the guy next to you! (Or be an IT engineer so you are green flagged as a usefull asset and not to be reprocessed)
    IT engineers go into the reprocessing vats first, so ideally you want to be near one, thankfully that part is easy, just follow the greasy smell of spoiled fastfood.
    Viking, n.:
    1. Daring Scandinavian seafarers, explorers, adventurers, entrepreneurs world-famous for their aggressive, nautical import business, highly leveraged takeovers and blue eyes.
    2. Bloodthirsty sea pirates who ravaged northern Europe beginning in the 9th century.

    Hagar's note: The first definition is much preferred; the second is used only by malcontents, the envious, and disgruntled owners of waterfront property.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholai Pestot View Post
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    You just need to run faster than the guy next to you! (Or be an IT engineer so you are green flagged as a usefull asset and not to be reprocessed)
    > IT engineer
    > useful asset
    Better than someone who works in advertising and media, at least.
    At least those can be used as sex slaves, then harvested for body parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Rumata View Post
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    You just need to run faster than the guy next to you! (Or be an IT engineer so you are green flagged as a usefull asset and not to be reprocessed)
    > IT engineer
    > useful asset
    Better than someone who works in advertising and media, at least.
    At least those can be used as sex slaves, then harvested for body parts.
    Everyone's body parts are useful. Waste not, want not!
    meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Rumata View Post
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    You just need to run faster than the guy next to you! (Or be an IT engineer so you are green flagged as a usefull asset and not to be reprocessed)
    > IT engineer
    > useful asset
    Better than someone who works in advertising and media, at least.
    At least those can be used as sex slaves, then harvested for body parts.
    Exactly what type of robots are these in your doomsday fantasy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steckersaurus View Post
    Time for a reprise?

    Totally not Victoria Stecker forgetting his password and not having access to his work email.

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    Looks like the 'ol Duke boys have had to trade in the General Lee
    If money was a chicken, would the chicken be evil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lana Torrin View Post
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    well, fuck
    Yep.. i'm not sure I could get up there at all let alone that quickly.... Way to go BD. You couldn't make them glide along like darleks so when they take over just just have to start living on the 2nd floor..
    Dalek bots are a thing, and operate as expected.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholai Pestot View Post
    By the time our energy storage tech advances to the point where big, slow bipedal killbots start to be a threat, drone swarms will already be slaughtering people.

    Need video of it snatching a puppy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Rumata View Post
    It certainly didn't skip leg day.
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    Власти, данной Богом, сынок, будь навеки верным...
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    skinny calves, would not send to kill connors
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody_Holme View Post
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    well, fuck
    Yep.. i'm not sure I could get up there at all let alone that quickly.... Way to go BD. You couldn't make them glide along like darleks so when they take over just just have to start living on the 2nd floor..
    The day it can cope with a handful of gravel thrown under it's feet is the day you need to worry (not for a while yet)
    The Atlas platform can already handle snow if you look at videos from 1-2 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lachesis VII View Post
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    By the time our energy storage tech advances to the point where big, slow bipedal killbots start to be a threat, drone swarms will already be slaughtering people.

    Need video of it snatching a puppy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mashie Saldana View Post
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    well, fuck
    Yep.. i'm not sure I could get up there at all let alone that quickly.... Way to go BD. You couldn't make them glide along like darleks so when they take over just just have to start living on the 2nd floor..
    The day it can cope with a handful of gravel thrown under it's feet is the day you need to worry (not for a while yet)
    The Atlas platform can already handle snow if you look at videos from 1-2 years ago.
    Snow is consistent, some marbles on the floor are not. Doesn't matter though that thing probably has better vestibular than anything alive.

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    Apparently a nuclear reactor firing up.
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    Pretty sure that's Reed's reactor.



    Or one very much like it, anyway.

    Note that this reactor is run by the undergraduate students of a liberal arts college that encourages its students to do hallucinogens and other drugs... because lol oregon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lachesis VII View Post
    Pretty sure that's Reed's reactor.



    Or one very much like it, anyway.

    Note that this reactor is run by the undergraduate students of a liberal arts college that encourages its students to do hallucinogens and other drugs... because lol oregon.
    also it's not an electricity producing reactor. Research reactor are tuned to generate different type if radiation to test materials or create specific isotopes. They normally operate for short period of time, like hours or days depending on what you need it to do.

    The blue flash is called Cherenkov radiation, it's roughly equivalent to a sonic boom but with light in a medium where light is slow. I'm not bright enough to understand the intricacies of it but my rough understanding is that as it's traveling through a medium where the speed of light is slower than in a vaccum, light get stacked up and since you end up with more energy in the same amount of light so you get higher frequency, effectively "stacking" light together and getting more blue/violet and less red.

    For those that don't know, you could easily swim in that pool and dive toward the core without dying from radiation exposure. If you where to get under a few meters from the core though you would go from perfectly 100% safe to dead in 24h to dead in 1h to basically liquefied in a very, very short distance. Water is a phenomenal radiation shield!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baarhyn View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lachesis VII View Post
    Pretty sure that's Reed's reactor.



    Or one very much like it, anyway.

    Note that this reactor is run by the undergraduate students of a liberal arts college that encourages its students to do hallucinogens and other drugs... because lol oregon.
    also it's not an electricity producing reactor. Research reactor are tuned to generate different type if radiation to test materials or create specific isotopes. They normally operate for short period of time, like hours or days depending on what you need it to do.

    The blue flash is called Cherenkov radiation, it's roughly equivalent to a sonic boom but with light in a medium where light is slow. I'm not bright enough to understand the intricacies of it but my rough understanding is that as it's traveling through a medium where the speed of light is slower than in a vaccum, light get stacked up and since you end up with more energy in the same amount of light so you get higher frequency, effectively "stacking" light together and getting more blue/violet and less red.

    For those that don't know, you could easily swim in that pool and dive toward the core without dying from radiation exposure. If you where to get under a few meters from the core though you would go from perfectly 100% safe to dead in 24h to dead in 1h to basically liquefied in a very, very short distance. Water is a phenomenal radiation shield!
    In the video you I think you can see the control rods dropping right at the end, so either they had a criticality event and pulled the pin or it was an intentional "pulse" of power. Given its probably a research reactor either is possible.

    The thing that got me was how fast the reaction comes up. There is no ramp up of intensity (assuming Cherenkov radiation brightness corresponds to reactor power level), it's just nothing...nothing...boom. Given the control rods are only good for 3-4% of total neutron adsorption IIRC it makes you realise how easily a Chernobyl type situation can occur.

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    The gif is from here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74NAzzy9d_4 A special type of research reactor that has been tuned for extreme pulse operation, which generates extreme neutron / radiation flux for a really brief moment.

    Here are others: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRlTTJquY7U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pa0Fmcv83nw

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TRIGA

    The now decommisioned research reactor in Helsinki was also used in cancer treatment, you saturate the tumor with a fissionable element, put the patient next to a hole on the reactor shielding, pulse the reactor and blow the tumor away... The core of the the Helsinki reactor was about the size of a 10l bucket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by depili View Post
    put the patient next to a hole on the reactor shielding, pulse the reactor and blow the tumor away...
    wat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spawinte View Post
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    put the patient next to a hole on the reactor shielding, pulse the reactor and blow the tumor away...
    wat
    There's a bit more to it than that, but basically yes.

    https://yle.fi/uutiset/osasto/news/f...tment/10061298

    Or if you want the proper science: https://www.physicamedica.com/articl...037-3/fulltext

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