To Save Her #367 - Fall


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To Save Her #367 - Fall

Postby Wizard CaT » Fri Jul 03, 2009 12:02 am

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Re: To Save Her #367 - Fall

Postby Anna » Fri Jul 03, 2009 12:24 am

Panel two looks like the Heisenbergsche Unschärferealation.
cough cough.

(I couldn't resist...
Panel 2 is so nicely unsharp, I was forced to say this)

Hm, is it only me or do these towers remind also you others for...
...forget it...
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Re: To Save Her #367 - Fall

Postby Ejia » Fri Jul 03, 2009 7:22 am

Hmm. Is this Floaty Buttcover era or something beyond? Hopefully they don't hit something (important).
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Re: To Save Her #367 - Fall

Postby Plasman » Fri Jul 03, 2009 1:53 pm

Anna wrote:Panel two looks like the Heisenbergsche Unschärferealation.

Eh? Care to elaborate? :? I can't find any pictures on Google.

Anna wrote:Hm, is it only me or do these towers remind also you others for...
...forget it...

Oh, well, they do now.
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Re: To Save Her #367 - Fall

Postby Monocheres » Fri Jul 03, 2009 2:03 pm

Ah, I see what you mean ... Well, I must say, I for one never anticipated that the Far Post-Singularity would be such a ... um ... virile era.

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Re: To Save Her #367 - Fall

Postby Anna » Fri Jul 03, 2009 2:56 pm

Plasman wrote:
Anna wrote:Panel two looks like the Heisenbergsche Unschärferealation.

Eh? Care to elaborate? :? I can't find any pictures on Google.
...

Ooops, wrong written
so you couldn't find it
Heisenberg'sche Unschärferelation
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heisenberg ... ferelation
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uncertainty_principle

Unschärfe...
Also a photographic term
a nonsense with playing words, the picture isn't sharp

Schärfentiefe
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sch%C3%A4rfentiefe
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Depth_of_field


And with Heisenberg etc., - I do joke around with all these "pseudo" scientific explanations here.

Oh my, ... I hate to explain my jokes...
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Re: To Save Her #367 - Fall

Postby Jennifer Diane Reitz » Fri Jul 03, 2009 6:22 pm

Yes, I am playing more and more with photographic techniques, represented in my art. I think it cool.

I removed the text; Stephen suggested it was superfluous and detracted from the image, I agreed.

The... virility... of the towers of the far future of Tryslmaistan is due to the physics there. Building vertically weighs less, and is more stable, than building horizontally; the tower is the ideal shape for any structure in this cosmos. Thus five kilometer high breadstick towers make more sense than wide sprawling constructions. Why domes as the tip? Shrinking cross-section combined with the intrinsic strength of the dome shape. It only makes sense.

The ideal building in Tryslmaistan is a big dildo. Can't be helped. I didn't set out for this to be so, but... that's how it turned out.

Sometimes that is the price of following basic assumptions to logical conclusions. Dildo towers.

I'm not saying that isn't awesome, though. I mean... dildo towers.
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Re: To Save Her #367 - Fall

Postby Monocheres » Fri Jul 03, 2009 8:48 pm

Jennifer Diane Reitz wrote:The... virility... of the towers of the far future of Tryslmaistan is due to the physics there. Building vertically weighs less, and is more stable, than building horizontally; the tower is the ideal shape for any structure in this cosmos. Thus five kilometer high breadstick towers make more sense than wide sprawling constructions.


Plus, Trys has no wind to knock them over.

Why domes as the tip? Shrinking cross-section combined with the intrinsic strength of the dome shape. It only makes sense.


Plus, smoothly-curving dome-shapes appear to be a Jellese stylistic tendency.
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Re: To Save Her #367 - Fall

Postby Cardboard Box » Fri Jul 03, 2009 10:45 pm

I see post-Ascended people.
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Re: To Save Her #367 - Fall

Postby strange_person » Sat Jul 04, 2009 3:11 pm

I assume that some sort of external camera has activated, permitting a view of the outside world?
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Re: To Save Her #367 - Fall

Postby Gideon_Wells » Sun Jul 05, 2009 11:58 am

strange_person wrote:I assume that some sort of external camera has activated, permitting a view of the outside world?



Considering what has been said of the Krawlini I can almost imagine all movers through design having a remote probe that is launched just to show the potential last moments of the escape boat to the riders.
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Re: To Save Her #367 - Fall

Postby Mitsukara » Sun Jul 05, 2009 2:01 pm

At the very least it surely has crash-detection sensors and can see that they're near a bunch of stuff.
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Re: To Save Her #367 - Fall

Postby Jennifer Diane Reitz » Sun Jul 05, 2009 4:44 pm

The mover escape control panel has a touchscreen. Screens can be used for more than text.

If you look at the front of the sphere, there are many ports which could be video lenses.
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