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  1. Tutilar Reply
    Distance between stars is huge, traveling said distance slower-than-light will take a huge amount of time, human beings have a very limited lifespan. And it is much easier to travel at 10% the speed of light than it is to travel at % the speed of light.
  2. Faegul Reply
    and first appeared on Escape Pod He woke in a hospital room in Saskatoon with a robot arm and an implant in his head. And I had known about the collapse of the Oort Cloud economy, in a vague news-feed sort of way. I had just not thought to connect it with myself, much less my guest bedrooms.
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    Jul 17,  · If anything, the Ship can just drift along the Oort Cloud, infinitely foraging from the City's own directionless growth. The City grows just for the sake of growing. The Ship could start shaping it. Like bonsai. Maybe into the form of a giant robot or something.
  5. Yozshukus Reply
    Oct 08,  · The PDF will need early detection satellites/outposts to notice alien spaceships before they get too close to Earth, and a mini-Bifrost could instantly teleport satellites into orbit around Saturn, Jupiter, the Kuliper Belt, or the Oort Cloud rather than waiting months/years to get them in place the normal way ( years).
  6. Bam Reply
    Seven of the Atlas robot platforms were presented to qualifying teams from an early, simulation-based round of the DRC that focused on software development. At the time of its debut, ATLAS was one of the most advanced humanoid robots ever built, but it was essentially a physical shell for the software brains and nerves that the teams developed.