Blade Runner... " I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I've watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain... Time to die "
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I made these custom shirts for my nephews who are way into their school's robotics club. Anyone else want one? Perfect for the nerd, geek, and/or robot lover in your life, including you! The shirt reads: ---------------------------------------- "There are 10 types of people in the world: 01110100011010000110111101110011011001010010000001110111011010000110111100100000011101010110111001100100011001010111001001110011011101000110000101101110011001000010000001100010011010010110111001100001011100100111100100100000011000010110111001100100001000000111010001101000011011110111001101100101001000000111011101101000011011110010000001100100011011110010000001101110011011110111010000101110" Which for you non-geekoids is real binary code that can actually be translated back into English (at a site like this http://binarytranslator.com/) and reads: "those who speak binary and those who do not." Clever!
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Molniya (Russian: Молния; IPA: [ˈmolnʲɪjə] ( listen), "Lightning") was a military communications satellite system used by the Soviet Union. The satellites were placed into highly eccentric elliptical orbits known as Molniya orbits, characterised by an inclination of +63.4 degrees and a period of around 12 hours. Such orbits allowed them to remain visible to sites in polar regions for extended periods, unlike geostationary satellites in geosynchronous orbits with a 24-hour orbital period. The Molniya program was authorized by a government decree in late 1960. The first launch took place on June 4, 1964 and ended in failure when the 8K78 booster core stage lost thrust 287 seconds into launch due to a jammed servo motor. The next attempt was on August 22 and reached orbit successfully, but the parabolic communications antennas did not properly deploy due to a design flaw in the release mechanism. Publicly referred to as Kosmos 41, it nonetheless operated for nine months. The first operational satellite, Molniya 1-01, was successfully launched on April 23, 1965. Since October 1967, Molniya satellites have been used by Russia to broadcast their national Orbita television network.
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I really like how this came out! I loved District 9 and am very excited to see Chappie in theaters. I’m a little worried cause the reviews weren’t awesome but this movie is so up my alley I think I’ll still adore it! Thanks for looking!
Tags: action, movie, chalk, light bulb, artificial intelligence