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hewhocaves
2005-Mar-04, 03:56 PM
http://ned.ucam.org/~sdh31/misc/destroy.html


(snipped from the website)


If total human genocide is your ultimate goal, you are reading the wrong document. There are far more efficient ways of doing this, many which are available and feasible RIGHT NOW. Nor is this a guide for those wanting to annihilate everything from single-celled life upwards, render Earth uninhabitable or simply conquer it. These are trivial goals in comparison.

This is a guide for those who do not want the Earth to be there anymore.

its a fairly amusing site devoted to how difficult it is to actually remove a planet.

John

cyswxman
2005-Mar-04, 04:02 PM
Written by a Vogon, perhaps?

jt-3d
2005-Mar-04, 04:41 PM
Vogons make this look easy. And they write great poetry.

jfribrg
2005-Mar-04, 08:49 PM
ToSeeked (http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=18833) by a couple of months.

Drakheim
2005-Mar-04, 09:01 PM
They forgot about Mr. Bunny's distant relative.

http://www.boomspeed.com/zarflat/temp/puppy.jpg

:lol:

Glom
2005-Mar-04, 11:36 PM
I believe you. :o

N C More
2005-Mar-05, 12:02 AM
Ahh....I just adore "Fluffy"! :D He can come and "destroy" my world anytime!

Drakheim
2005-Mar-08, 02:48 PM
Fluffy had been denied playtime by the cat. (A.K.A. He wanted to play, and Marla was having none of it, and proceeded to chase him out of the room)

I can just see the future fights between them now. :lol:

Swift
2005-Mar-08, 02:52 PM
No doubt named for Harry Potter's fluffy, destroyer of young wizards
http://www.charactersntoons.com/images/plush-harrypotterfluffy.jpg

Drakheim
2005-Mar-08, 03:25 PM
No doubt named for Harry Potter's fluffy, destroyer of young wizards
http://www.charactersntoons.com/images/plush-harrypotterfluffy.jpg

Actually he was named that because when he was born, he was no more than a big ball of fur. :wink:

Though the other analogy fits quite well.

R.A.F.
2005-Mar-08, 03:35 PM
...he was named that because when he was born, he was no more than a big ball of fur.

What is he now?

Stregone
2005-Mar-08, 03:39 PM
...he was named that because when he was born, he was no more than a big ball of fur.

What is he now?
A really big ball of fur.

Drakheim
2005-Mar-08, 03:43 PM
...he was named that because when he was born, he was no more than a big ball of fur.

What is he now?
A really big ball of fur.

With 4 furry stubs that pass as legs, a smaller ball of fur for a head which he uses to eat WAY to much puppy chow. :lol:

Evan
2005-Mar-08, 06:03 PM
Destroy the Earth? Time to warm up the Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator.

Nergal
2005-Mar-08, 07:57 PM
Would You like to destroy the earth?
Depends...Do I get to escape? Can I choose who gets left behind (yes, I have a list)?

Grey
2005-Mar-08, 09:19 PM
Depends...Do I get to escape? Can I choose who gets left behind (yes, I have a list)?
Presumably, yes:

Assuming, of course, that you and whatever trusted advisors you will allow to side with you do not intend to "go down with the ship", it is particularly advisable to make plans for alternate living arrangements before you embark on a course of action which may result in the destruction of the Earth.

Van Rijn
2005-Mar-08, 10:07 PM
Actually he was named that because when he was born, he was no more than a big ball of fur. :wink:

Though the other analogy fits quite well.

Similar to how our cat got his name. Out of the litter, one had the most fur and seemed almost round. So he was dubbed (*not by me*) "Puffball" - "Puff" for short. He is a friendly enough cat, but he is now long and thin with medium length fur and moves like a panther on the prowl. It fits about as well as the name "Kitty" did with the Addams' family pet lion. If it weren't for the fact that the cat knows and responds to his name, we would have changed it.

N C More
2005-Mar-08, 11:19 PM
When I was a kid there was a popular song, Puff, The Magic Dragon. I guess if a dragon can be named "Puff" then why not a panther-like domestic feline? Seems fine to me! :D

teddyv
2005-Mar-09, 01:46 AM
When I was a kid there was a popular song, Puff, The Magic Dragon. I guess if a dragon can be named "Puff" then why not a panther-like domestic feline? Seems fine to me! :D
Uh, from what I've been told, Puff wasn't any dragon. :lol:

Kemal
2005-Mar-09, 02:28 AM
That guy's way off. Even I know that you'd need a lot more than 12 kilograms of antimatter to do significant damage to the planet. You'd need something like a hundred million tons of the stuff just to do our moon.

RGClark
2005-Mar-09, 08:05 AM
ToSeeked (http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=18833) by a couple of months.

Why is being scooped called "ToSeeked"?


Bob Clark

Nergal
2005-Mar-09, 02:21 PM
Why is being scooped called "ToSeeked"?
Because the poster "ToSeek" usually posts news and other things well before other people do...he's rather prolific.

Hence when some person posts something that has already been posted, they've been "ToSeeked", i.e. beaten to the story.