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    posted a message on Art Direction of gear
    I just shotgunned my television.
    Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
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    posted a message on Idea for Hardcore Arena
    Cannot agree more for it to be what it is. But what it is is the HC arena kills 50 percent of this small community's population everyday in every match-up. So let's say level 20 will build an enough equipped complication of what makes a Diablo character fun to play, and fun to kill (in harcore's mindset)

    Let the players get exactly what they're coming for sounds perfect but might just leave the hardcore player's community in eternal ruins. Naked people throwing rocks at each other.
    Posted in: PvP Discussion
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    posted a message on The Astronomical Discussion Thread
    Life organism provided a different aspect to this demensions' movement; life form is the only known hardest existence of a unit that needs specific calculated environment to spawn.

    When life form mutates into a specific chain of DNA, life form becomes self-aware, this specific life form eventually will be capable to learn and create self-awareness that is closer to perfection than organisms ever will be. It's not a species, it's a perfected state of all being as far as humans can imagine.

    Gliese 581 (c-g) is a sector that has numerous extrasolar planets with great indication suggesting they are able to sustain life form. One of them is their masses, matching the profile of being a super-earth, meaning they're not above earth mass over ten times, therefore they're not stretch to the mass of gas giants (gas giants are stars that are not construct of solid matters: rocks)

    The first extrasolar planet discovered having indication suggesting its posbility for life form are Gliese 581 c. It is one of the many Gliese 581 planetarymovement that sets in perfect range with Gliese the red dwarf star to sustain life form. But than further research suggested it may have runway greenhouse effect making it not the prior candidate comparing to other extrasolar planets orbiting in this life applyable solar system.

    Gliese 581 d is one of the few remaining planet still operating under reasonable assumption of having possible life existency. (Noted all of these possible Gliese 581 extrasolar planet can only be taken continue observation, as like Don_guillotine reminded, they're light years away. And for men it's still a distance for superior mindset.) It's also one of these extrasolar planets orbiting on the red dwarf star, Gliese 581, either in minimum distance or maximum distances of the habbitable-zone. This planet's expectency of having life form determin on how its greenhouse atmosphere is organized since it's set in the extremity of the habbitable-zone.

    The real monster that has potential lifeform is Gliese 581 G, it is set in the centered range of the-habbitable zone. Not too hot nor to cold. It is a super-earth with a mass of 3.1 to 4.3 times earth's. An extrasolar planet most similiar to earth mass. And a planet with more similar mass to earth will also functions on more similar gravity for human, a standing man on earth will also be more convenient to cope with Gliese 581 G's status.

    Gliese 581 g also stands as the proof of extrasolar planet are possible to be perfectly conditioned to have lifeform. Wether turns out the planet doesn't have rocky surfaces to better susceptence for water or not, it already proofed logical life existing system does not depended on a planet orbiting in a perfectly arranged solar system. It only has to be a substantial fraction of stars including 10% of sun-like stars. This dismissed the logic of difficulty to find life sustaining environment. The percentage of these stars' arrangment's existence greatly highten the odds of having inhabbitable planets in the universe. And now we already have our first project at hand, Gliese 581 G, that's the distance we zoned down. And remind yourself how little we had explored into the ever expanding universe.

    This is a photo comparing our own solar system to Gliese, the red dwarf star and the green letters are indications of where these extrasolar planets locates. The red dwarf star only has 30% the mass of our sun. And as can be seen by comparison, the farthest to its orbit is still closer comparing us to our sun. G is the one that holds the calculated heat for water to remain liquid.

    One side is eternal darkness and the other is permanent daylight:
    Being close proximity to the red dwarf, it is predicted Gliese g would be tidally locked to its parent star much like our moon as seen only shown one side of the surface, facing us and the sun.
    Posted in: General Discussion (non-Diablo)
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