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Comic 798 - Omake Cover

16th Mar 2013, 10:19 PM
Omake Cover
Average Rating: 5 (6 votes)

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Centcomm 16th Mar 2013, 10:19 PM edit delete
Centcomm
This is the cover for a Mini comic that im going to run starting Monday By Diana Silver and Tokyo Rose.
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cattservant 16th Mar 2013, 10:29 PM edit delete reply

Creativity is irrepressible!
Centcomm 16th Mar 2013, 10:38 PM edit delete reply

yup so true.. this is going to be a 5 page comic starting monday.
KarToon12 17th Mar 2013, 10:01 AM edit delete reply

I'm loving the phoenix bird. :D
Centcomm 17th Mar 2013, 12:43 PM edit delete reply

:D she did a excellent job with this .. the first page goes up tonight!
Rashala 17th Mar 2013, 5:23 PM edit delete reply

What....the......is that thing at their feet........
Centcomm 17th Mar 2013, 5:28 PM edit delete reply

snickers you will see ! :D
cattservant 17th Mar 2013, 6:05 PM edit delete reply

I was wondering.
At what point does 'up' become 'away'?
Centcomm 17th Mar 2013, 6:09 PM edit delete reply

huh? I dont understand ....
cattservant 17th Mar 2013, 6:26 PM edit delete reply

It's one of those delightfully ambivalent questions, but in this particular about distance and space.
Mankind has been reaching for altitude for all it's existence and succeeding spectacularly in the last century or so.
Low Earth Orbit seems to still be 'up' to me. Mars is definitely 'away'!
Is Moon local (up) or away?
Where would our back yard end and "Out There" begin?

[The question of up vs away applies to a very large part of human existence I think.]
Centcomm 17th Mar 2013, 6:26 PM edit delete reply

hmmm ok thats a puzzler .. ive always wondered the same ..
cattservant 17th Mar 2013, 6:34 PM edit delete reply

There's probably a precise astronomical definition somewhere.
When I typed the question into Google I got a very squishy scattered answer.
Ah Well!

BTW: We <tCaI> trust you are having as much fun as you want to this weekend.
We are having a massive two day Pandora, Tuna and Root Beer party here on the Mountain!
Centcomm 17th Mar 2013, 6:36 PM edit delete reply

awesome ! Pandora rocks .. root beer not so sure about adn tuna :D Ill save that for Aslan
cattservant 17th Mar 2013, 6:39 PM edit delete reply

Wine and salmon make a nice upgrade.
Antonious 17th Mar 2013, 6:59 PM edit delete reply
After the second up? As in "Up, up and away?"
cattservant 17th Mar 2013, 7:06 PM edit delete reply

That's what (aka) Mr. Kent said...
Mister Black 17th Mar 2013, 8:06 PM edit delete reply

There isn't a precise definition of "up" vs "away". To somebody studying orbital mechanics, anything that doesn't involve the phrase "terminal impact" is just a matter of delta-v. In a purely technical sense, "Up" is really just a special case in the more general family of "Away", since moving upward is moving away from the center of mass of the body you're moving upward from.

As a quick, unofficial sort of guideline, I'd say that when you're moving from body A to body B, you're going "up" with respect to body A until you reach the point where body A's gravity is no longer the primary force acting on your trajectory. At that point, you're moving "away" from body A, and just to make it more interesting, you're more than likely moving "down" toward body B.

Just to add to the confusion (because I like causing headaches), there's no reason at all that you can't describe the entire trajectory between body A and body B in terms of moving downward toward body B. This at least gets rid of the transition between "up" and "away", but can cause some really odd cases of brain strain.
cattservant 17th Mar 2013, 8:22 PM edit delete reply

Thank you! Thank you!
(My 'bread upon the water' is coming back as 'cake'.)
I knew someone 'out there' had an inquiring intellect and a functional cerebral cortex!
Want to take a shot at the 'border' between Here and There?
velvetsanity 18th Apr 2013, 8:23 AM edit delete reply

"Here" is a precise point, typically the point at which the the object or person under discussion is located (often it's the location of the person discussing/describing locational relationships, or the location of a third party or objective of interest). "There" is any point that is not "Here" :D
cattservant 18th Apr 2013, 1:12 PM edit delete reply

So there is here and not here?
Or, Now and/or Never!
velvetsanity 18th Apr 2013, 4:14 PM edit delete reply

Oh, time is nowhere near as simple. With time, you have What Is, What Is Becoming, and What Will Be

Or, for a more modern western mindset, What Was, What Is, and What Will Be.

Of course, the modern western mindset tends to fail to learn from history (since What Was/What Came Before can't *possibly* have any relevance to What Is Currently Happening...)
cattservant 18th Apr 2013, 4:26 PM edit delete reply

Is and everything else.
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