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  1. Nikki the Great

    Nikki the Great Flight Co-Ordinator

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    No but he then sent me one with cream all over his face. So I assume he did.
    You have caused me great heartache :-(
     
  2. Bluey

    Bluey Science Officer

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    Oh dear. What have I done? Is it because of the things I said about Ted Danson?
     
  3. Nikki the Great

    Nikki the Great Flight Co-Ordinator

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    Currently wish the world would blow up.
     
  4. Ant E

    Ant E Science Officer

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    Give it ten years
     
  5. Underdunn

    Underdunn Deck Sergeant

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    I’m on a traaaaaaaain!!

    Choo-Choo!!

    :-D:-D:-D:eek::dead::eek::sulk::redface::proud:>:-(:eek::crying::-S8-):crying::evil:>:-(
     
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  6. Underdunn

    Underdunn Deck Sergeant

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    I’m in a hotel!!!

    Ding-Ding!!!!

    ;-):-D:-(:lol::-S:crying:>:-(:evil:>:-(:-|:-|:-|:crying:8-):thanks:
     
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  7. Sammer4Rimmer

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    This is a fantastic mini-series from one of the brightest minds of our time. It invokes a lot of interesting thoughts concerning where science and technology may take us in the future. Somewhat sobering to realize what has happened to Stephen Hawking throughout his life and yet he still has a fantastic outlook on life.

    Hopefully this series will be used in science classes throughout the globe rather than the old film strips I endured as a child. It serves as a great jump off point for further learning, creating a real passion for learning more about the subject matter presented.

    This mini-series consists of 3 segments:
    Aliens:
    This segment takes an interesting look at whether life might exist outside of our planet and what forms it would take. It has a well reasoned approach to theorizing if life could potentially exist elsewhere. The most intriguing part is actually trying to imagine life that doesn't need to resemble anything we are currently familiar with. The segment is made all the more amazing after the recent discovery of life in a pool of arsenic.

    Time Travel:
    This is also fairly interesting in the way that Hawking presents his arguments for Time Travel and the possible uses we might make of the ability to do so. I don't want to say too much as it would give away his interesting take on the subject matter. Not necessarily what you might expect to hear from a scientist.

    Everything:
    This is the largest portion of the mini-series and by far the most interesting as Hawking explains what is essentially his expertise. He explains the effects of gravity on the formation of everything and how it all might someday end. He also takes a peek at the potential for our species to further ourselves and extend our existence beyond that of our humble Earth.
     
  8. Abe

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    thanks chatbot
     
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  9. Pembers

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    Cheers Geoff
     
  10. Bluey

    Bluey Science Officer

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    Is this person some kind of spammer? I can't figure out who or what he is.
     
  11. Sammer4Rimmer

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    Would you mind not being rude to me please?
     
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  12. Ant E

    Ant E Science Officer

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    For a "chat bot" he/she seems very wise. You are rude @Bluey! I am glad someone else has seen it.
     
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  13. Bluey

    Bluey Science Officer

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    I wasn't being rude. I was just wondering what he was going on about.
     
  14. Ant E

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    Good point
     
  15. Bluey

    Bluey Science Officer

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    I'm glad that you think so.
     
  16. Ant E

    Ant E Science Officer

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    Actually I’ve changed my mind it was a terrible point.
    Although who is this spamming?! For once I’m innocent!!
     
  17. Bluey

    Bluey Science Officer

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    I'm not sure who it is, but I've got a few ideas.
     
  18. Sammer4Rimmer

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    I'm not spamming, you're spamming.
     
  19. Underdunn

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    Again
     
  20. Curryman

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    Back after an extended hiatus.
     

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