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About qeveren

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  1. What if the conveyor belt is massive enough and moving quickly enough that frame dragging becomes significant?
  2. Silly question, but CKAN is only showing 1.10 being available to me. KSP/Making History/CKAN are all up-to-date, is there something else I'm doing wrong?
  3. I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong, but this isn't showing up in CKAN, again? KSP 1.4.2 (plus expansion), CKAN 1.24.0. The previous version by Ninenium appears, only.
  4. As I (vaguely) understand it, degeneracy pressure doesn't arise directly from any of the fundamental interactions, but rather from something called the exchange interaction. Didn't Dyson show that the PEP was responsible for the 'impenetrability of matter' back in the 60s?
  5. Gravity is influential at long distances because it isn't self-neutralizing like the other three. It still empirically possesses the smallest coupling constant and is thus the weakest interaction. When people talk about the strength of a fundamental force they're talking about its coupling constant, not its influence on the large-scale structure of the universe.
  6. Ah, gotcha. Well, even without that, this is still one of those must-have cosmetic mods for me.
  7. This is one of those mods that I always, always install. I do have one (admittedly very minor!) complaint, and that is that, while the lights do emit light (duh), the textures of the lights don't become emissive, so they don't actually look like light sources.
  8. First off, thanks for releasing this mod, was just what I was looking for. I've noticed that, in setting the marker overlap priorities, there doesn't seem to be an entry for "maneuver"? Or is it just hardcoded to be always the highest priority (which is how I would've set it anyway...)?
  9. What KSP's PR says now has little bearing on what Take Two will decide to do in the future, you know.
  10. I'm surprised that pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis hasn't made an appearance, yet. Another favorite: rhombitruncated icosododecahedron.
  11. Well, the idea that an alien organism is going to be a superpredator of terrestrial life is ridiculous on its face anyway, so for all that it's worth, dropping a nuke on it probably turns it into a kaiju.
  12. It likely depends on how much effort needs to be invested into finding and traveling to stars that show evidence of life. If FTL is trivial to them then any small subset of their population, with whatever bonkers motivations, could traipse around the galaxy knocking off the new kids on the block. The higher the required investment the less likely you're going to see that sort of messing about.
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