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fiveworlds

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In Topic: PYTHON HELP PLEASE SOMEONE

Today, 02:09 PM

Thanks.
Sounds like pretty easy to write.
We should wait and see what OP did so far in this assignment.
Somebody at University should already have pretty good programming skills..          

 

 

Since it is a first year project and only january I would imagine it is just text based with no ai.


In Topic: Acronym BB code broken?

14 January 2017 - 09:37 PM

Lol


In Topic: Faster than light transmission of information

14 January 2017 - 05:22 PM

@Fiveworlds, as Klaynos points out transmission of information in solids is pretty basic physics. (I know it's really basic, because I know it.)

 

 

I know very basic physics since I only studied it to high school level here but rates of wave propagation aren't on the high school course here.


In Topic: Aircraft Carriers: Obsolete?

14 January 2017 - 01:32 PM

Yes, satellites can be destroyed, about the same time as carrier fleets.

 

 

No they won't expect it and without their satellites their icbms can't target anything.


In Topic: Aircraft Carriers: Obsolete?

14 January 2017 - 10:26 AM

Spy satellites are supposed to be able to read license plates, what makes you think all governments don't know where every military ship is, all the time.​

 

 

Spy satellites can also be destroyed in wartime.

 

submarine carrier https://en.wikipedia...class_submarine

jammers stopping drones http://makezine.com/...ti-drone-rifle/

 

lasers disabling nuclear missiles​

​Darpa actively develops ways of tracking missiles. The USA has been researching laser weapons http://www.bing.com/...r=0&FORM=VDFSRV

 

and lasers can obviously take out nukes. Nukes are basically just ordinary bombs if they can't attain the pressure required for fission so all you need to do is cut a hole through the nuke.