I’ve been on there as of late during the morning and midnight hours after work. I have to say in my opinion? This is one the better servers to play on. I mean seriously I’m live like 5 states away and my ping is like 30 to 65 easy. Plus the guys on there are great and helpful as well. SB-H and SB-Tuna are great players and well as game moderators. So if you have CoD 4 Modern Warfare? I suggest this server with a 4.5 Star rating. Check thier forums out as well. (See above mentioned link)
I have to agree, in this case. Being locked away in lamination suit with your body and brain rewired so you can’t speak but you can hear. You can do your duty but can be taken over and commanded to do whatever the Shepards tell you to do. It’s cruel and inhumane and indeed 87.4 % of Cerra consider it slavery/forced labor. They have/are being referred to as Lambs and the labels of Adams and Eve’s was a bit of a twist I must say. The criminal is given designation # and labeled an Adam for male and Eve for female.
This is Madrame reporting off world on Cerra News Central
Astronomers discover an Earth-like planet
Wednesday, 22 April , 2009 18:38:00
Reporter: Richard Lindell interviewing with Ms. Lisa Millar
LISA MILLAR: The Holy Grail of astronomy is to find a planet capable of supporting life.
European researchers have taken a big step forward in that quest, discovering a planet just twice the size of the Earth. While this planet is too hot to sustain life, astronomers speculate that another larger one orbiting around the same star could contain water and perhaps even some form of alien life.
Richard Lindell reports: At 21 light years away, the discovery of a planet almost as small as the Earth is a big deal. Stephane Udry is one of the astronomers at Geneva University that made the discovery.
STEPHANE UDRY: It’s a huge step forward. The lightest planet before was more than four Earth masses, now we are below two Earth masses. It demonstrates that we can find Earth mass planets.
RICHARD LINDELL: On a more fundamental level, it also demonstrates that Earth-like planets actually exist outside the solar system. But Gliese 581e orbits too close to its star to support life. It’s a different story for another much larger planet orbiting around the same star.
Professor Fred Watson is the astronomer-in-charge of the Anglo-Australian Observatory near Coonabarabran in New South Wales.
FRED WATSON: Gliese 581d, which was found about two years ago, is probably within the star’s habitable zone, which some of us call the ‘Goldilocks zone’ because it’s that region around a star where the temperature is not too hot and it’s not too cold but it’s just right for liquid water to exist. So, it is possible that if Gliese 581d has rocky surface, that there may be liquid water on that surface and that would make it, as we understand it today, that would make it habitable.
RICHARD LINDELL: But it’s not universally agreed that a rocky surface is needed to support life.
Professor Paul Francis at the Australian National University.
PAUL FRANCIS: Some people think it might be a liquid planet entirely covered in ocean many hundreds of kilometres deep. And so in principal it might be quite a pleasant place with liquid water and waves and maybe even some sort of marine life forms.
RICHARD LINDELL: Associate Professor Peter Tuthill at the University of Sydney says the discovery is remarkable but falls short of the Holy Grail.
PETER TUTHILL: They’ve found one planet that fits the mass criteria and around the same star, quite remarkably, they’ve found a second planet which is at the right radius, but to win the big prize you would want both of these things to happen at same time.
RICHARD LINDELL: But the planet hunters have come a long way in a short space of time. The first planet outside the solar system was discovered just 15 years ago. Now more than 350 have been found and today’s discovery of a planet around the earth’s size 21 light years away is pushing the limits of technology.
For that reason Professor Fred Watson is both excited and cautious about this latest find.
FRED WATSON: You have to remember that observations like these are extremely difficult to make and in particular when you’re pushing your equipment down to the level of trying to find things that are about the mass of the earth, then you really are looking almost in the noise of the information that’s coming back to you. So, it’s something that we have to at least remain, not sceptical about, but remain in some level of doubt.
RICHARD LINDELL: It’s hoped new discoveries will be much easier to make with the Kepler space telescope launched by NASA last year. Its mission is to find 20 such planets over the next five years.
LISA MILLAR: Richard Lindell.
Me: Wow, I truly didn’t think I’d see the day where we might have actually found a earth like planet witin my own lifetime. Yet here we are, it truly is a remarkable world we live in despite the problems we still currently face on a daily basis.
Here is the 2nd Related Video to LaMB by Simple Plan.
Recycling criminal minds back into society as productive workers for the collective public. Redemption? Or Slavery? A lot has been in debate about this new issue. More in this and on the subject at hand. On LaMB, from Animax-asia. HAHAHA You thought I had gone nuts again didn’t ya? But seriously if you can find it get it. Seems like a really good series
My friend adam -=finally=- got me my replacemtn laptop. A 2.2 Ghrz Celeron .5 gig of ram and an ATI 7K Built in Video with DVD/CDRW Optical + 15 In LCD with Xp SP3 and Offfice 2k3 installed. Had to get the video invertor replaced seems there was some type of issue with this one too. But Adam got it replaced and video back up and running again. But it does seem to have a video issue. I’ll see how long I can go tonite with it before it drives me batty.
I saw this and was like WoW ! I didn’t even know about this and I consider myself a really big otaku. I feel a bit embarrassed in the fact I didn’t know this at all. Well I hope some of you enjoy this as I share with it with you. I got to admit I have to admire the cast. It gives them a pretty cool slot on thier resume/porfolio. I know I’d bust my neck doing some the stunts these talented individuals pull off. So, enjoy thats it for me for today.
LONDON, England— World renowned Stephen Hawking, the English mathematician and physicist famed for his work on black holes was taken to a hospital Monday and was seriously ill, Cambridge University said. Hawking has been fighting a chest infection for several weeks and was being cared for at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, the University City northeast of London.
Gregory Hayman, the university’s head of communications has stated “Professor Hawking is undergoing tests. He has been under the weather for several weeks as of late.”
Later in the afternoon, Hayman said Hawking was “now comfortable but will be kept in hospital overnight.”
Prof. Hawking was forced to cancel his appearance at Arizona State University which was supposed to be on April 6 2 weeks ago.
Prof. Hawking, age 67, gained recognition on his work on black holes, and has remained quite active despite that fact of having ALS, (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), an incurable degenerative disorder also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease at age the young age of 21.
Hawking was involved in the search for the great goal of physics — a “unified theory” — which would resolve contradictions between Albert Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, which describes the laws of gravity that govern the motion of large objects like planets, and the Theory of Quantum Mechanics, which deals with the world of subatomic particles.
He wrote in his best-selling book, “A Brief History of Time,” published in 1988.”A complete, consistent unified theory is only the first step: our goal is a complete understanding of the events around us, and of our own existence,”
In a more accessible sequel “The Universe in a Nutshell,” published in 2001, Prof. Hawking ventured into the conceptual fields of super gravity, raw energy from singularities and the possibility of a universe with 11 dimensions. Holy shades of Buckaroo Banzi!
Prof. Hawking had announced mid 2008, that he would be stepping down as The Lucasian Professor of Mathematics, a title once held by the great 18th-century physicist Isaac Newton. However, Cambridge has said Prof. Hawking intended to cont. working as Emeritus Lucasian Professor of Mathematics.
The Head of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Prof. Peter Haynes, had said “Professor Hawking is a remarkable colleague. We all hope he will be amongst us again soon.
Brian Dickie,The Dir. of research at the Motor Neurone Disease Association, said “Only 5% of people diagnosed with ALS survive for 10 years or longer” Which means another feat even if small in comparison with his achievements for The Good Professor.
I personally pray for his speedy recovery and return to good health. I’d hate to have to hear of his passing as another great mind fades and the brilliance of our race diminishes a little more in to the darkness.