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Spontaneous Cruiser Explosion!

Discussion in 'General' started by GeneralApathy, Nov 7, 2013.

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  1. GeneralApathy Apprentice Engineer

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    I CAN'T TAKE THE PHYSICS

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    EXPLOSIONS EVERYWHERE


    WHO HIT RED BUTTON
     
  2. GDFKingTigerTank Apprentice Engineer

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    Honestly I find the stock cruisers less than impressive in their design and construction. None the less, very pretty disintegration. Good job with whatever you hit it with.
     
  3. GeneralApathy Apprentice Engineer

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    No projectile was used...
     
  4. Vermillion Senior Engineer

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    Just deleted the important blocks.
     
  5. Evis Apprentice Engineer

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    The only thing that's missing from that modern masterpiece is a massive explosion.

    Is this a bug that you can replicate? If so, please share :)
     
  6. jokernthief Trainee Engineer

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    You are in space. There is no oxygen, which could burn. So in fact there is no real explosion. The only explosion could be seen from the burning oxygen leaving the inner ship atmosphere. But actually there is no atmosphere within these so...

    But i could imagine a "explosion" when reactors gets ruptured. Ions could be accelerated so they emit some light... :D
     
  7. GeneralApathy Apprentice Engineer

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  8. Corban Trainee Engineer

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    You can have explosions in space. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Is_it_possible_for_something_to_explode_in_space_like_in_the_movies#slide1
     
  9. GeneralApathy Apprentice Engineer

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    Very true Corban!
     
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