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>in space
>the wind is complicated

So done with this stupid fucking show.
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and fucking dropped on ep 1 with the wind thing, i will just prented it ended with S1
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>wind
They mean the complex gravitational forces involved in the debris belt.
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>>120037364
>>120037425

It's gravity fields from the fucking asteroids, you fucking autists. Even said so ep 2.
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>>120037695
They probably dropped it before the explanation.
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>>120037695

So why dont the robot have gravity themselves?
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>>120037806
They do. Everything has gravity, it's just that asteroids are PRETTY BIG ANON. Maybe you'll learn this in 8 years when you take high school science.
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>>120037806
Because they're not asteroids that are actually moon shards?
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>>120037806
>>120037425
>>120037364
Retarded faggot.
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>>120037695

It's still dumb. The debris would have to be impossibly dense to have any sort of impact on the bullets, especially since they have negligible mass compared to Earth. Now if they had said it was from Earth's gravity, then we would be all good.
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Didn't Ender know how to hit things even with multiple gravity wells in play?
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>>120037884
If the rocks have gravity, then how do they stay in orbit?

Checkmate morons.
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>>120037695
>>120037679
>>120037884
>>120037912


wait, so this show is saying that forces on the order of micro Gs is making it impossible to land a hit at...what range?
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>That feeling when an anime about the 10 year long romance of two gay guys has better robot action than Urobuchi's baby
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>>120038077
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>>120037679
according to this garbage gravity is the new wind
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These asteroids are way too fucking small for their gravity to have much of an effect on the path of the bullet. If the gravity of these asteroids is having such a huge effect on the bullets, then the mechs themselves and especually the Deucalion would be having a huge effect on the bullets.

You are vastly overestimating how strong gravity is.
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>Implying an asteroid could exert enough energy to bend projectiles.

It's like the writers are so lazy for this shitty show to even just take 20 seconds to look shit up on wikipedia.
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>>120038306
According to the garbage subs you mean. Literally all you have to do is italicize the word "wind" and you tards would have no argument.
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>>120038354
Size is irrelevant; density matters.
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>>120038354
Not to mention this, but they're ostensibly moon-debris - and the moon is made of shit that's significantly less dense than the Earth. This show is fucking retarded, and it's hilarious how lazy the writing is. You've got 'Aldnoah' that's basically magic in order to hand-wave anything stupid yet cool looking away, and yet this is just 'wind' in outer space.
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>>120038844
I bet you say that to every girl after they see your penis.
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>>120038844

How's dense are these fucking asteroids supposed to be, anon? Are they hollow with miniature black holes in them?
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>>120038931

Luna's basalt is more dense than Earth's. Just throwing that out there.
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>>120039011
You know the same mechanism that provides for LaGrange points? Imagine that in smaller "eddies" of gravity generated by clusters of high-density stellar bodies interacting with Earth's gravity. They don't have to be as dense as Ceres or anything like that, just dense enough that their combined gravitational pull warps what Earth puts out enough to make mini-LaGrange points scattered throughout and around the belt itself. Any two bodies that can exhibit gravity can generate LaGrange points.
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>>120039040
Enough to exert several dozen Gs of pull on nearby objects?
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>>120038111
>what range
7000 km
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I interpreted it as dust and other small particles in the orbit impacting the bullets and changing their trajectories.
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Rocket scientist here. What show and what episode should I look at? This sounds fucky and I want to see what ya'll are talking about.
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>>120039432

Gundam SEED Destiny Season 2.
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>>120039432
Prove it, say something only a Rocket Scientist could.
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>>120039432
GSD s2 ep 1 and 2
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>>120039360
Then SAY that, and SHOW bullets ricocheting off debris. Don't say 'wind' and have the bullets make curving arcs.
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>>120039199
If there was even a measurable gravitational influence on the projectile I'd say you could chalk the zigzaggy trajectories up to perspective and artistic license. Someone would have to crunch the numbers but I don't think you'd see any significant influence even over 7km.
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>>120038124
which anime is this?
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>>120039432
Seed Destiny.
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>>120039535
Well if there are intersecting orbits of debris it would definitely resemble the effects of wind.
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>>120039432
>rocket scientist
>can't read filenames
This is the worst thing since nuclear reactor anon on /g/.
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>>120039510
That's one small step for a man, a giant leap for mankind.
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>>120039189

the effect is far too small to account for the crazy zig-zagging.


gravity is known in physics as a weak force. It can be overpowered by just about everything.
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>>120039011

As dense as this guy
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There is absolutely no way to explain this garbage.

Maybe if the mechs had gravitational fields that could be intensified and in large groups they caused gravitational fluctuation powerful enough to bend small, supersonic projectiles for the tenth of a second they are within the field.
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If gravity exists then why aren't we falling into the sun?

Checkmate atheists.
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According to research it's possible for an asteroid to have a light gravitational field, but it would have to be the size of a small planet and not a piece of debris. Even then, it's ability to "bend" a projectile as small as a bullet, traveling at an incredible speed would be impossible. The type of instantaneous bending they are describing would require an incredibly dense planetoid or star.
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>>120039985

because we are being held up by the solar winds, duh.

The moon and asteroids are held up by the Geowinds of the Earth
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>>120039565

I know right, the whole gay thing combined with robots makes we want to know.
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Why are autists clinging so desperately to the space wind in a show with magical kisses and robots with literal superpowers?
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I'm calling it now. The wind is Aldnoah particles saturating the asteroids from the explosions many years ago.

It creates uneven and ever-changing magnetic fields everywhere that bends particle beams and bullets out of whack

It's the only explanation.
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>>120040084
Nice try atheist. They already said that there is no wind in space.
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>>120039985
Because the giant turtle on whose back the world rides knows how to swim, ass.
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>>120040084
praise be to the Aldnoah
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>>120040150

Why are autists responding to people's opinions of anime on an image board?
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>>120040188

No, no. Not space wind. Earth Wind and Sun Wind. Right now they are fighting in Moon wind, so it is very confusing because moon wind is special.

You need to pay attention. It is a big difference.
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>>120039985
lol we actually, thats what being in orbit is pretty much
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>>120037364
The wind is... complicated.
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>>120037425
Provably the same way you dropped highschool.
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if inaho's magic eye can compensate for the wind, why can't the kats do it?
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>>120040420

Because the entire war was planned in advance to make Inaho feel special.
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>>120040420
because every fucking adult in this universe (UE and Vers alike) are completely incompetent. how else could they constantly be one-upped by an autistic self-insert?
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>>120040105
>>120039565
Fafner
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>>120040161
>It's the only explanation.
Or, the show with shitty writing has shitty writing.
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>>120040670

Please... Please don't... My entire world is melting all aroudn me. Don't take this away from me. No...
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This show's writing is comparable to my 11th grade sped creative writing assignments.
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In space, no one can escape the wind.
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>>120040420
My theory is that Inaho spent 12 months recuperating from the surgery and all that, and 7 months hacking his cyber-eye's software and illegally upgrading it as a battle computer.
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>>120040150
>Why are autists...
That's what they do. The pilots are obviously just referring to it in a general way to convey that their munitions are being pulled astray by something that is the equivalent of wind to a sniper.

The writers quite obviously have science advisers on the show and no one above the age of 5 thinks there is enough atmosphere up where they are to form literal "gusts of wind".
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>>120040420

Stop making sense Frodo, next you'll tell us Inaho forgot to share how to calculate bullet trajectories with the rest of the army
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>>120037364
>This thread
http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2013-07/first-direct-evidence-points-existence-space-wind
http://www.space.com/22661-interstellar-winds-milky-way-solar-system.html
http://rt.com/news/space-wind-discovered-proof-649/
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If bullets are strongly affected by rocks, which are rather close to each other, how can those rocks have stable orbits?
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>>120038948
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Can aldnoah be transferred by indirect k-kissu?
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>>120042637
We're talking about gravity here and it has nothing to do with such thing like plasma, having elemag force.
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>>120042829
I hope you're trolling. All that's interrelated.
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>>120038042
Ender is like fucking bred to be the ultimate strategist.

This fucking MC just has so much ass pull powers
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>>120037364
Why don't they just punch each other if the wind is complicated?
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>>120039741
Then how come black holes gravity beats everything else?
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>>120043200
Because a absolutely gigantic amount of a weak thing is absurdly strong. The same amount of a stronger thing would be much, much stronger however. Since gravity is directly tied to mass and the universe has a lot of mass. Gravity becomes the strongest force if you have enough of it.
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>>120043278
Then how come all of the stronger forces don't join together to defeat black hole gravity?

Check mate, did I just win the noble piece prize?
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>>120042415

There is nothing up there that can pull anything astray.

If that were the case, the asteroids would be pulling each other and crashing into one another or something. It would be a literal death trap to fly through there. Bullets would actually be the safest thing up there.
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>>120043450
goddammit I don't know why I replied seriously to that.
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>>120042637
Did you read your own article?

The LIC is not nearly dense enough to effect the path of a bullet. 0.0016 atoms or whatever per cubic inch will do nothing at all to a bullet.

Solar winds will not do shit either. They're made up of photons, which will have a noticable effect on the motion of subatomic particles, not bullets, and it will especially not cause them to zigzag and curve as wildly as they have been.
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>>120043450

They already do.

It is theorized that there are quantum functions out there that cause black holes to evaporate.
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>>120042861
Okay, I assume you're right. Can you please enlighten me how projectiles' trajectory could be changed by this "steady flow of charged particles"?
I couldn't understand even if the bullets were ferromagnetic. B-field caused by these steady flow is too small to affect the trajectories.

So, you know I am not trolling anyway. Please give some plausible physics model for this. I can understand at least undergrad-physics.
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>>120043571

I assume that the bullets are made of steel and shot from rail guns.

Steel is the most common type of metal-core armor-piercing projectile followed by tungsten and depleted uranium.

Considering the cost, I would say they are shooting high-explosive shells with steel casing.

Although, that still does not account for the crazy stuff that is happening in the anime even with the compounded effects of all the crazy.
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>>120043450
scale
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>>120037364
you do know that they are referring to the same shit that makes comets and asteroid move right?
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>>120043489
>I didn't take high school physics
The moon fragments are pulling each other, retard. It is extremely dangerous there. They should collide frequently. Please stop trying to act smart when you don't know anything. I don't like AZ either; but, you're just being stupid.
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>>120043489
I'm not saying I agree with their loose interpretation of physics- I'm just saying that's what the dialog is referring to. Terminology from a shooter's perspective.
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>>120043764
So comets and asteroids are pretty much sailboats in space?
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>>120043764
gravity?
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i don't watch this show but are they using railguns?
i always figured in space you should use railguns because no terminal velocity means they would actually be worth it
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>>120043783
>The moon fragments are pulling each other, retard

They are not in the anime. Their movement is stagnant in comparison to one another.

This means that their gravitational/magnetic/whatever pull is so negligible that anything flying through the field would experience an even and uniform micro-gravitational pull from all directions.
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>>120043880

Calling things short words for quick and concise communication is fine...

The fact is none of that should be happening.
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>>120037364
I dropped it too right after that episode

Fuck this stupid ass show.
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>>120044190

I would hope so. However, that means that the bullets would more than likely be made of steel.

I think the Martians are using a form of particle beam.

Particle beams are extremely easy to divert with magnetic fields, but large hunks of steel traveling at mach velocities significantly less so.

If it were magnetic, their ships and mecha would be attracted extremely strongly to any magnetic source. By strongly I mean with crushing force.
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>>120043914
>you will never sail through space riding the solar winds
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>>120044429

I loved treasure planet. There was a video game made for it, too. I can't find it anymore.
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>>120044192
Or the animators were just being lazy.
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sure is /sci/ in here
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>>120044478

The physics don't add up in real life either.

The required mass needed to divert a bullet of even a fraction of a single degree is massive. We are talking something the size of Texas.

We all know how big Texas is.
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>>120044305
Jesus christ what is wrong with your finger
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>>120044664

Nuclear mutation caused by the gate explosion.
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>>120044619
The Moon's mass is still there, it didn't vanish. It's just. . .elongated.
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>>120040318
Thank you, you made me laugh so hard.
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