So how big a Bird of Prey would you need....

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Re: So how big a Bird of Prey would you need....

Postby el gato » Thu Apr 06, 2017 12:27 am

Ha! I hadn't noticed that either
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Re: So how big a Bird of Prey would you need....

Postby Tesral » Thu Apr 06, 2017 6:28 am

Hollyweird physics.
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Re: So how big a Bird of Prey would you need....

Postby TonyG2 » Tue Apr 25, 2017 12:34 pm

Wasn't there some discussion - I think it was in connection with the size of the BOP to the merchantman ship in Search for Spock - that a cloaking field when shutting down caused a kind of lensing effect that magnified the BOP.

I mean come on. If you are going to make up stuff like that why not say that as well as cloaking the field could deliberately make the BOP look larger so it was more intimidating (and to confuse the hell out of modellers)


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