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On 24/09/2021 at 17:19, thomas said:

3D map of all the cross continental fiber

 

https://globe.gl/example/submarine-cables/

 

 

 

if you liked that one - then try this - 

 

https://platform.leolabs.space/visualizations/leo#view=inclination

 

A real time view of every satellite in orbit around the planet - and hell, there is some shit up there.

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2 hours ago, Happinesstan said:

They were so good that I was disappointed by Harold Lloyd.

That pic in my avatar is Ollie, Stan, Jimmy Durante and Buster Keaton in colour.

Though it may well have been coloured up recently.

 

Interesting fact about Harold Lloyd.

Notice that he always wore a glove on one hand, it was due to him having half of his fingers blown off by a fake prop 'Bomb' whilst shooting a scene earlier in his career.

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sure, it looks crowded, but that's just scaling for visualization purposes. those satellites are not the size of the greater london metro area. realistically they should be undetectable, smaller than a pixel on our screens. i say put more things in space, all the time, forever!

 

 

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1 hour ago, Kaizero said:

 

How the States Got their Shapes? It's really good if you're into that kind of stuff, which I am :lol: 

 

Thats a great show.

 

You'd think natural things like rivers or mountains would determine the borders of states but why do it the easy way [emoji38].

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Honestly one of the best presented documentaries I've seen, even if it is harrowing.

 

 

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1 hour ago, 54 said:

Honestly one of the best presented documentaries I've seen, even if it is harrowing.

 

 

Isn't it almost proven that it was Walter Sickert?

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