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comment Are the events of Enterprise considered canon?
I directly linked the clean screen captures, but someone might want to upload to imgur for preservation.
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revised Are the events of Enterprise considered canon?
Replaced with non-blurry screen caps from the linked gallery
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comment Why did Darth Vader die in Return of the Jedi?
@LordApricot: That's not my point. Being incapable of making force lightning doesn't imply he's "more vulnerable to electricity than a normal person" at all.
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
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comment The locomotive hijacking in Back to the Future III - why was it needed?
My point is, if you do the math, and it doesn't provide an explanation to the question, then why even give it as an answer?
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comment The locomotive hijacking in Back to the Future III - why was it needed?
300-400g seems remarkably low. Either your math is wrong or even if this is right, I don't think it's a very good explanation of why Doc Brown couldn't do it. 300-400g, 200 bullets worth is just not that much.
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answered was in attic for an hour without mask. could this cause issue?
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comment What is the most oblate astronomical object known?
@Walter: Please get off it. People know what the question means. You are mincing words to keep your point.
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awarded Popular Question
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comment What is the most oblate astronomical object known?
@Walter: They are not well-defined precisely for the types of objects I'm not interested it. So I clarified.
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revised What is the most oblate astronomical object known?
Clarified what types of objects are qualified
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awarded Nice Answer
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comment Why is the stardate explicitly mentioned when creating a new Captain's log?
Actually, this totally makes sense. The captain's log if more like an annotation to the ships log that adds what the captain is thinking and planning, which the ship can't do automatically. The stardate is telling the computer where the annotation goes.
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comment Why not use the word bug instead of exception?
@NiklasRtz: Why the huge bounty? Tons of people would have answered regardless.
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revised According to Origin, what exactly happens to people when they die?
Actually, the stargate-universe tag is incorrect too. That tag is for the SGU show, not the universe in general. Ori were not associated with SGU.
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awarded Organizer
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revised According to Origin, what exactly happens to people when they die?
'origins' is not the right tag -- deleted
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