Blood Lord wrote:EDIT: Ohh, I see where you are getting that idea from now, its about the sentence structure. No, I mean that the bomb going off results in the creation of Time Squad, as the event, not that the bomb and the explosion joined forces to create a organization that fixes time. That'd be silly. It's an inanimate object.
Birdofterror wrote:I saw the edit. I like to think of myself as a very meticulous person: I didn't miss it.
Birdofterror wrote:"This is Just a Stop Gap. I can't be sure, but this may be the reason Time Squad Exists!"
This is a very flimsy line. This can be misconstrued in many different ways. It could be that Otto 'thinks' that Time Squad Exists because of these things, like to stop them... or research them or whatever.
On that- we have to make note of the fact that Otto isn't sure of this, so by that fact alone neither of us can be certain as to what this entire sentence even implies.
My critical thinking skills which I have developed along the years are buzzing around in different directions,and you trying to burn me down infuriates me- because my fucking common sense is tingling and I don't think yours is. Does this line not seem flimsy to you? Do you think that this 'exact' event ended up with the creation of time squad? Otto doesn't know, and he's a member.
Birdofterror wrote:I'm posring this from my pad so I can sleep soon so pardon whatever errors there are as well as the short length of the post.
Birdofterror wrote:I bet BR would be happy to see such 'extensive' debate on his work, for what it's worth.
I've learned that sleep does wonder for the composure.Blood Lord wrote:Composing? And its not a problem.
First we need to figure out what a "stop-gap" is. I'd imagine it would be like displacing an object to the future, yet the same object is still there. Or is that a paradox? Dammit this hurts my head.
Blood Lord wrote:First we need to figure out what a "stop-gap" is. I'd imagine it would be like displacing an object to the future, yet the same object is still there. Or is that a paradox? Dammit this hurts my head.
What makes this funny is considering this statement and your avatar/sig set.
TheMadDoctor wrote:But still, you're definition for a stop-gap makes me think maybe the earth will be replaced temporarily.
Blood Lord wrote:Why would it be Bizzaro Earth or Earth at all?
It's dealing with time not inter-galactic teleportation or cross dimensional replacement.
TheMadDoctor wrote: But still, you're definition for a stop-gap makes me think maybe the earth will be replaced temporarily. With an unsatisfactory replacement possibly.
TheMadDoctor wrote:That makes me wonder, what would the Bizzaro PPGs look like?
TheMadDoctor wrote:Dang it, I keep forgetting. Something is still gonna replace earth, and it's not gonna look pretty. But still, would it be interesting to see Bizzaro PPGs?
Blood Lord wrote:TheMadDoctor wrote:Dang it, I keep forgetting. Something is still gonna replace earth, and it's not gonna look pretty. But still, would it be interesting to see Bizzaro PPGs?
Must. Remain. Calm.
I am going to explain this in the most simple manner possible, that I can think of.
NOTHING is going to replace Earth with Earth except for Earth. Its dealing with TIME, NOT SPACE. It is going to remove the people (depending on the range) from a time period, replace it, and put things back.
Again, Time is being worked on here, not space.
BeeAre wrote:Wallow Blacklake wrote:I can't help bet feel the explosion has been influenced by a KND episode.
Okay, we are going to have to do some serious Quantum Physics here.
We can see in the second panel that the bomb does not seem to affect space
so it must change the time parameter of reality within itself.
Consider that, indeed, time and space are one thing.
I have a theory that time cannot exist without space BUT space could exist without time.
If there were only space then nothing would change and we would be stuck in a never-ending moment
until, somehow, time were to start again. In the real world, if time were to do this, we would never notice it. This is what the bomb may be able to do, stop or destroy time.
So why would Dr X do this? Who knows? He and the council may have found a way to be immune to this.
They could set up an empire on Earth in literally "no time" and then start time again, with everyone as slaves.
....Sorry. I'm babbling again, aren't I?
OOOOO I love this. You're SO close. SO Close. nyoro~n ¦:3
but remember that spacetime being one thing means you can't simply create a scenario where one exists and not the other and not have the flipside, it just means you have to stretch how you perceive reality. perhaps the universe is solipsism with every particle passing through one singularity invoking all possibilities in this dimensionless singularity wherein your perspective takes place, and eventually the perspective of all events in reality that we perceive as happening in "other spaces".
fun shit to think about, the whole "there's only one electron in the universe, it's just time-travelling really well" thing.
i can give you a hint.
the bombs rely on gravity wells. i've been doin my quantum physics buffing, and the bombs have to be unique in design and execution. the earth and moon are now being subjected to energy fields that are changing something in their local spacetime.
In the coming chapters, someone will leave the earth. it'll give a big hint as to what is going on, if you're versed in space.
but plz don't like. post in the thread something i can't respond to, tho :X if you're right i can't just say YA! GJ. PM me if you want to really crack at it.
BeeAre wrote:Valhallen wrote:So... gridfire?BeeAre wrote:the bombs rely on gravity wells. i've been doin my quantum physics buffing, and the bombs have to be unique in design and execution. the earth and moon are now being subjected to energy fields that are changing something in their local spacetime.
really thin gridfire, if i am interpreting the idea of it correctly. if not, then. um. no. :x
Blood Lord wrote:BECAUSE ITS A GOD DAMN HOUR GLASS AND TIME SQUAD IS INVOLVED.
Birdofterror wrote:Me? I don't really care anymore. The long arduous mental adventure it takes to get to the answer to these questions don't really seem worth it to me anymore. I'd rather wait until the story tells it, you know?
TheMadDoctor wrote:1) Brick seems ready to get over with this then take over the world
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