Fantasy or Fiction
I made this to quasi-exact scale
>1st Death Star used
>That 24km ship from independance day fits almost exactly 5 times in the 120km Death Star I
>UNLEASH YOUR INNER GEEK !
And the Doctor ain't even getting warmed up with this.
>Sci-fi dick-measuring time
Some Mass Effect up in here
post it. if 4chan doesnt let it use mega.nz
Thanks. Here is one of them in more detail.
It's turtles all the way up. A Ringworld at 1 million miles wide, this whole picture would take up about 2-3 pixels on a drawing just of the Ringworld's width. It wouldn't even show up on one of the full radius of ~93 million miles. Same for a Dyson sphere.
Then there's Rama-like cylinder worlds that extend for billions or trillions of miles, twisting around a star like spaghetti.
The Puppeteers from Ringworld had 5 entire stars in orbit rocketing away from the galaxy, taking their planets with them.
The evolution of the horse, a mammal of the family Equidae, occurred over a geologic time scale of 50 million years, transforming the small, dog-sized, forest-dwelling Eohippus into the modern horse. Paleozoologists have been able to piece together a more complete outline of the evolutionary lineage of the modern horse than of any other animal.
Palaeotheres are an extinct group of herbivorous mammals related to tapirs and rhinoceros, and ancestral to horses.
A modern-day man and giraffe, drawn to scale, flank the extinct pterosaur known as Hatzegotpteryx
>we received those movies to see how a far away future will be
i don't know but if a Giraffe is five times taller than a horse...
...meet Blosom, who was named by Guinness as the world's tallest living cow
>no Ancalagon on the chart
This looked like it could've been a good chart, but the whale thing ruined it for me. The blue whale is the largest animal ever to exist on earth, no dinosaur even comes close. Even if amphicoelias was as big as it was initially estimated at 120 tons, it still wouldn't be close