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Erick's eternal 'Leaving the Game' party!

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  • Urúvion (US1)Urúvion (US1) Posts: 13,858
    edited 06.11.2014
    That cloud is, weird. . .
    Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.
    -Albert Einstein
  • Neamhain (US1)Neamhain (US1) Posts: 3,504
    edited 06.11.2014
    Indeed. I'm trying to figure out why there was only precipitation in that spot.
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    Neamhain = "NYAV-in"
    Troops get hungry, and without food they'll desert (this could be a great pun).
    With that punny sense of humor, I am starting to believe my mother hacked Steve's account.
  • Urúvion (US1)Urúvion (US1) Posts: 13,858
    edited 06.11.2014
    Perhaps there was some sort of downdraft of cold air.
    Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.
    -Albert Einstein
  • Neamhain (US1)Neamhain (US1) Posts: 3,504
    edited 06.11.2014
    But what would cause it to only be in that particular spot?

    -EDIT-
    This explains it some... I now have a new project.
    "Electromagnetic forces can influence water immensely. A magnetic field can increase or decrease waters physical properties. If the field is localised then water will behave very differently in that local field than water beside it. If you have a magnetic field you must have a flow of electrical current. The same as for all times you read “magenetic fields” in astronomy, for example Sunspots. But where could electrical current come from in clouds? The atmsophere is a plasma, it is a charged gas. You can see this when the Northern Lights are in action or when lightning strikes."
    Ipvwn0w.png

    Neamhain = "NYAV-in"
    Troops get hungry, and without food they'll desert (this could be a great pun).
    With that punny sense of humor, I am starting to believe my mother hacked Steve's account.
  • renegade34renegade34 Posts: 1,030
    edited 06.11.2014
    Flaw 1- This is in medieval times. YOU CAN"T OWN A MOTORCYCLE!!!
    Well supposing I time traveled and brought the motorcycle back with me?
    If I can't do that then let's say I dragged you for thirty miles behind a horse, and I'll add a twist by saying the horse kicked you 136 times in the head.
    Can we have some fighting here?
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
    Thank you.


    "You cannot teach a man anything.You can only help him discover it within himself."
  • Urúvion (US1)Urúvion (US1) Posts: 13,858
    edited 06.11.2014
    Neamhain wrote: »
    But what would cause it to only be in that particular spot?

    -EDIT-
    This explains it some... I now have a new project.
    "Electromagnetic forces can influence water immensely. A magnetic field can increase or decrease waters physical properties. If the field is localised then water will behave very differently in that local field than water beside it. If you have a magnetic field you must have a flow of electrical current. The same as for all times you read “magenetic fields” in astronomy, for example Sunspots. But where could electrical current come from in clouds? The atmsophere is a plasma, it is a charged gas. You can see this when the Northern Lights are in action or when lightning strikes."

    Ah, that explains a very great deal.
    Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.
    -Albert Einstein
  • nailtailnailtail Posts: 1,645
    edited 06.11.2014
    aidan952 wrote: »
    Ah, that explains a very great deal.
    I'm beginning to like Aidan.
    nailtail @ usa 1
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
    Before you criticize someone, walk a mile in their shoe, that way you're a mile away and have their shoes.
  • InsaneDuckling (GB1)InsaneDuckling (GB1) Posts: 19,271
    edited 06.11.2014
    aidan952 wrote: »
    Do you not like Star Wars, then?
    I never said I didn't like Star Wars. I simply said I didn't understand Star Wars conversations because I haven't watched all of the SW movies yet.
    Neamhain wrote: »
    Yes! Did you guys see the cloud in Victoria? Was that how you celebrated?
    I didn't see that cloud. :/ What time did it happen?
    Neamhain wrote: »
    But what would cause it to only be in that particular spot?

    -EDIT-
    This explains it some... I now have a new project.
    "Electromagnetic forces can influence water immensely. A magnetic field can increase or decrease waters physical properties. If the field is localised then water will behave very differently in that local field than water beside it. If you have a magnetic field you must have a flow of electrical current. The same as for all times you read “magenetic fields” in astronomy, for example Sunspots. But where could electrical current come from in clouds? The atmsophere is a plasma, it is a charged gas. You can see this when the Northern Lights are in action or when lightning strikes."
    Because Melbourne is awesome.

    I've learned something new just then.
    aidan952 wrote: »
    Ah, that explains a very great deal.
    It does. Interesting science, that.
    nailtail wrote: »
    I'm beginning to like Aidan.
    Why?
    Bazooka Duck of Fire | High Councillor of Inrazimad | That Person with an Addiction to Cookies 

    Um . . . I don't have enough titles. I must brainstorm!

    @au1 ~ graceL.H.E - Level 70 - Storm Cloaks - The Terrible
    @en1 ~ InsaneDuckling - Level 70 - New Vision - The Terrible

    One of those weird old players who became all sentimental after leaving the game before they could see dear old Empire rot away even more. 
  • Cyclone14 (INT1)Cyclone14 (INT1) INT1 Posts: 11,909
    edited 06.11.2014
    graceL.H.E wrote:
    Because Melbourne is awesome.

    I've learned something new just then.

    Location zoned.

    LAUNCHING NUCLEAR MISSILES!

    And thus, Raymond, I object to your post. This is Erick's party thread - not part of the Empire universe.
    The Completely Insane,
    Cyclone14


    One of the old-timers, long since departed from this land — my inbox, however, remains open!
  • Urúvion (US1)Urúvion (US1) Posts: 13,858
    edited 06.11.2014
    nailtail wrote: »
    I'm beginning to like Aidan.

    Aww, lez bee frends.
    Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.
    -Albert Einstein
  • Cyclone14 (INT1)Cyclone14 (INT1) INT1 Posts: 11,909
    edited 06.11.2014
    You named him an outcast, if I remember correctly.

    -_-
    The Completely Insane,
    Cyclone14


    One of the old-timers, long since departed from this land — my inbox, however, remains open!
  • Raymondmay11 (US1)Raymondmay11 (US1) Posts: 18,376
    edited 06.11.2014
    Cyclone14 wrote: »
    Location zoned.

    LAUNCHING NUCLEAR MISSILES!

    And thus, Raymond, I object to your post. This is Erick's party thread - not part of the Empire universe.

    Yes, I figured that out after I noticed that the hanging Noose thread was still there and I thought "Didn't I just click that?"
    Raymondmay11 @ usa 1


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  • Urúvion (US1)Urúvion (US1) Posts: 13,858
    edited 06.11.2014
    Cyclone14 wrote: »
    You named him an outcast, if I remember correctly.

    -_-

    The incorrect spelling was meant to imply sarcasm; obviously, it did not.
    Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.
    -Albert Einstein
  • nailtailnailtail Posts: 1,645
    edited 06.11.2014
    aidan952 wrote: »
    The incorrect spelling was meant to imply sarcasm; obviously, it did not.
    No, it made you look like a fool.
    nailtail @ usa 1
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
    Before you criticize someone, walk a mile in their shoe, that way you're a mile away and have their shoes.
  • Urúvion (US1)Urúvion (US1) Posts: 13,858
    edited 06.11.2014
    nailtail wrote: »
    No, it made you look like a fool.

    An incompetent fool, no doubt.
    Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.
    -Albert Einstein
  • TitoUltimatum (US1)TitoUltimatum (US1) US1 Posts: 1,590
    edited 07.11.2014
    Incompetence only exists if you believe in competence.
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  • Urúvion (US1)Urúvion (US1) Posts: 13,858
    edited 07.11.2014
    Incompetence only exists if you believe in competence.

    And that has to do with. . .what?
    Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.
    -Albert Einstein
  • Cyclone14 (INT1)Cyclone14 (INT1) INT1 Posts: 11,909
    edited 07.11.2014
    aidan952 wrote: »
    The incorrect spelling was meant to imply sarcasm; obviously, it did not.

    No, it did both - I assumed, because I'm more on the serious side.

    *Looks at Steam chat had with Sarah*

    Hmm . . . Let's revise that comment.
    The Completely Insane,
    Cyclone14


    One of the old-timers, long since departed from this land — my inbox, however, remains open!
  • Urúvion (US1)Urúvion (US1) Posts: 13,858
    edited 07.11.2014
    Cyclone14 wrote: »
    No, it did both - I assumed, because I'm more on the serious side.

    *Looks at Steam chat had with Sarah*

    Hmm . . . Let's revise that comment.

    As am I, most of the time. . . .
    Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.
    -Albert Einstein
  • Cyclone14 (INT1)Cyclone14 (INT1) INT1 Posts: 11,909
    edited 07.11.2014
    Most

    The important word here.
    The Completely Insane,
    Cyclone14


    One of the old-timers, long since departed from this land — my inbox, however, remains open!
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