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  1. If you dump the RCS fuel, you get nothing from it, aside from reduced mass. If you burn the RCS fuel, then you get reduced mass, but also the dV from burning it. In either case, you're out X units of RCS fuel, but one of them results in more dV. Burn it and find out. If your choices are "burn the fuel" or "jettison the fuel", burning it is going to give you more dV options for the same amount of fuel. If you start burning it, and see no desired effect, then you stop burning it and use it for your other options. If you dump some fuel and see no desired effect, would you continue dumping fuel in the hopes that something will change?
  2. https://www.hplovecraft.com/writings/texts/ https://www.gutenberg.org/ So, maybe you should pay attention to your classes, instead of mucking about on the internet?
  3. No more real than any animals in the game would be. Or the endless strings of cows and pigs and whanots I've seen killed off in that extremely violent murder-simulator that is Minecraft.
  4. As opposed to the people who post how many various and brutal ways they have found to kill off kerbals and the "lolsplosion" aesthetic that have been displayed by so many players? How is "killing" a collection of variables that represents a non-real Kerbal any less sad or cruel or different in any way from "killing" a collection of values that represent a non-real animal?
  5. You bought KSP. You are entitled to KSP. You bought merchandise. You are entitled to merchandise. But you have not bought KSP2, therefore you are not entitled to KSP2. Take Two is not under any obligation to release KSP2 on a certain date, nor are they obliged to ever release it. They could simply cancel the project, and you would be entitled to absolutely no recourse.
  6. https://www.lowes.com/search?searchTerm=wallpaper https://www.homedepot.com/b/Home-Decor-Wallpaper/N-5yc1vZbc0q
  7. Yes, it certainly could. It could be cheaper for people who buy on PC, rather than console. It could be cheaper for people that purchase it on Steam than other sources. It could be cheaper for people who have red hair. It could be cheaper for people who vow they will eat nothing but fried cheese and drive Ford Pintos in reverse down the highway. But, can you give one viable reason why it should be cheaper for anyone, rather than allowing the company to charge full price for a product it developed?
  8. Space is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-boggling big it is. I mean, you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist, but that's just peanuts to space. Listen; when you're thinking big, think bigger than the biggest thing ever and then some. Much bigger than that in fact, really amazingly immense, a totally stunning size, real 'wow, that's big', time. It's just so big that by comparison, bigness itself looks really titchy. Gigantic multiplied by colossal multiplied by staggeringly huge is the sort of concept we're trying to get across here.
  9. Meh. I've lived in the shadow of a NASA center for most of my life. I'm used to space programs getting delayed. Thanks for letting us know, and take the time you need to get it done well.
  10. I've really come to enjoy any movie I liked that I can get my kids to watch and enjoy. Last time it was The Forbidden Planet. This weekend, I'm going to see how well the radio version of War of the Worlds goes.
  11. That fixed the Habitat. I am still seeing it on the Botany Lab, Solar Batter Module, MOLE Battery Module, and MOLE Power Module.
  12. I haven't noticed anything else, but I only really loaded it up to make sure everything loaded properly.
  13. I just installed 1.24.1, and it fixes the inability to load for the parts I was having an issue with. I did notice that this version has some z-fighting on some parts, noticeably the Habitat and the Botany modules, that wasn't there in 1.22.0.
  14. No, I want to know why the change was implemented, which was my original question: The quote from an official representative was "nobody on Squad or PD was involved in the changes". Which raised my question of "who the hell is in charge of the server, if a third party can make changes to it without the owner's express involvement?". Edit: What prevents the third party from exposing you email and password if they so desire, and does the server owner bear the responsibility if they push out an update that does so?
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