History Fridge / MissionToMars

15th Jul '15 1:37:17 PM Conhale
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** As we never saw a successful orbital insertion and/or landing sequence, it's possible that the engine section of the first expedition was still in orbit and awaiting recovery of the landing module. That way, the landing module would only require fuel for insertion and return to Mars orbit, rather than that AND transition to Earth.
16th Nov '14 9:38:35 AM firejewel
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* FridgeHorror: It's been millions of years. Is there even a culture left at the place this spaceship is taking Jim to?

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* FridgeHorror: It's been millions of years. Is there even a culture left at the place this spaceship is taking Jim to?
16th Nov '14 9:35:50 AM firejewel
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* So the strangely semi-sentient whirlstorm at the beginning, which reveals the aliens' hidden base, is a old welcoming program? Why the hell did the aliens create a welcoming program that rips people apart or violently launches rocks at them?

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* So the strangely semi-sentient whirlstorm at the beginning, which reveals the aliens' hidden base, is a an old welcoming program? Why the hell did the aliens create a welcoming program that rips people apart or violently launches rocks at them?
18th Sep '14 1:03:42 AM pittsburghmuggle
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* How did the hologram know what the humans and mammoths looked like? How did it know what Earth looks like now with industry covering it? If it was watching the whole time, why did it need a security system?
18th Sep '14 1:02:17 AM pittsburghmuggle
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* FirdgeHorror: It's been millions of years. Is there even a culture left at the place this spaceship is taking Jim to?

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* FirdgeHorror: FridgeHorror: It's been millions of years. Is there even a culture left at the place this spaceship is taking Jim to?
18th Sep '14 1:02:07 AM pittsburghmuggle
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* FirdgeHorror: It's been millions of years. Is there even a culture left at the place this spaceship is taking Jim to?
7th Apr '13 12:47:04 PM Sifr1889
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** Continuing that line of thought, it also conversely may have acted as a SecretTestOfCharacter to see whether humanity was a species curious enough what happened and brave enough to attempt to mount a rescue of any potential survivors. It's a bit morally reprehensible if so, but it could just be their alien way of thinking.
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** Continuing that line of thought, it also conversely may have acted as a SecretTestOfCharacter to see whether humanity was a species curious enough what happened and brave enough to attempt to mount a rescue of any potential survivors. It's a bit [[BlueAndOrangeMorality morally reprehensible reprehensible]] if so, but it could just be their alien way of thinking.
*** BlueAndOrangeMorality
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** That decision may have had more to do with practicality than anything else. Say they go to live on another planet, but it turns out to be doomed in some fashoin as well. Sending that DNA to earth would be like doubling their chances, so to speak.

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** That decision may have had more to do with practicality than anything else. Say they go to live on another planet, but it turns out to be doomed in some fashoin fashion as well. Sending that DNA to earth would be like doubling their chances, so to speak.
17th Oct '12 10:04:48 AM rubyapple
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** That decision may have had more to do with practicality than anything else. Say they go to live on another planet, but it turns out to be doomed in some fashoin as well. Sending that DNA to earth would be like doubling their chances, so to speak.
23rd Aug '12 1:13:49 PM Conhale
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* Assuming both Mars missions used ships of the same class, does this mean that the return voyage to Earth was always meant to be in zero-g?
19th Jun '12 10:16:31 AM kittenmommy
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