We could hide in a foxhole
We could hide in a foxhole
Reminds me of the russian chap in Jagged Alliance 2, I think his name was Igor. He always said (when under fire): "'I need foxhole!"
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JA2 sucked. I'd rather play Commano's.
But what i really want to do now is go home
This day is going to last forever. I have nothing to do and am wasting my time here at work. I want to play OFP.
Arg, Commandos sucked doggy's dong. JA2 rulez, ok, it was l33t...
I'm also stuck at work. Whould be writing my Research Journal, but I don't feel like it.
what does l33t mean ?
i'm also trying to write my reseach joural. I have 16 pages now and am far from finished. I have a week to complete it now and all i do is spending my time on the forum to wait until it is weekend so i can play jedi knight II and OFP. commado's sucked i know as i played it once and i really hated it but i hated JA more as it sucked monkey c**k
I think l33t means 'leet' which is supposed to mean 'elite'. It's something those pimple faced computer geeks use instead of real words. I used it just because it is a stupid shit of a way to speak.
Oh yeah, you told that you're going to join the army. Well, good luck in finishing your journal in time. You know, you're supposed to write it while you are doing the work, not afterwards (as if).
Thanks, good luck to you too
And i'm doing it while i perform the tests. But i had it for this week so i ain't doing shit today.
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mm too much armageddon u have been viewing methinks
i seriously doubt a nuke would destroy or deflect an asteroid the size of texas travelling probably 25-39 times the speed of sound.
good to see they can plan ahead 900 years but didnt nasa or whoever watches for these asteroids just miss 4 that passed earth very close ?
What's the big deal, we'll all die one day!
And the world will be destroyed one day, it's proved that in a couple billion years the earth will turn into something like the sun. No chance of survival...
An asteroid would only make it all go a bit faster.
And btw, what's the chance that it will hit li'lle Belgium
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I believe that in a couple of billion years our sun (which is a ***star) will be burned up, and the earth will become a eaten by the sun. Oh, i am not the only one ho believes this. It is proven by some scientists. Oh silly me.
How on earth (hehe) did you come at the idea that the earth will become like the sun.
Solar energy is created deep within the core of the Sun. It is here that the temperature (15,000,000° C; 27,000,000° F) and pressure (340 billion times Earth's air pressure at sea level) is so intense that nuclear reactions take place. This reaction causes four protons or hydrogen nuclei to fuse together to form one alpha particle or helium nucleus. The alpha particle is about .7 percent less massive than the four protons. The difference in mass is expelled as energy and is carried to the surface of the Sun, through a process known as convection, where it is released as light and heat. Energy generated in the Sun's core takes a million years to reach its surface. Every second 700 million tons of hydrogen are converted into helium ashes. In the process 5 million tons of pure energy is released; therefore, as time goes on the Sun is becoming lighter.
The Sun appears to have been active for 4.6 billion years and has enough fuel to go on for another five billion years or so. At the end of its life, the Sun will start to fuse helium into heavier elements and begin to swell up, ultimately growing so large that it will swallow the Earth. After a billion years as a red giant, it will suddenly collapse into a white dwarf -- the final end product of a star like ours. It may take a trillion years to cool off completely.
When cooled of, the earth is gone.
So the earth will never become a star