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Question by tinker234 | last reply
For school, I have to write a 6-8 page essay, double spaced, about a chose topic. My teacher said we could pick our own, but she (a) has to approve of it, and (b) it has to be mysterious/unsolved/SciFi/urban legend/consipracy theory. Also, any suspicious crimes, like that concerning Lizzie Borden, are also accepted. My friend is writing of the Chupacabra. Does anyone have any ideas on some good topics, that I won't be straining to find info to write about, i.e., a topic with a ton of info, so much so that I have to condense it? I love the genre that my teacher gave, conspiracy theories, SciFi, and urban legends are my thing. I just can't think of any that would be worth writing so much about. Thanks, I appreciate it!
Topic by Bran | last reply
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Topic by EmmettO | last reply
" Costume-Con 26 is a 4-day weekend conference for everyone who designs, makes, wears and/or admires costumes. CC-26 will include a myriad of instructional workshops, panel discussions, displays, a dealers room, costume competitions, get-togethers, parties, and the broadest collection of creativity all focused on costuming that you have ever had the privilege to contact in one place. Nothing starts the creative juices flowing in new paths like the intensive exposure to fresh viewpoints, techniques and enthusiastic dialog. Here, there be passion....."
Topic by westfw | last reply
Hello, I am currently trying to decide how to build a large "cryo-pod" prop for a theatrical production. Essentially, it has to be a large tube that I can install some kind of a door/hatch in. It must also be able to fit a person inside it. I have a lot of ideas for making the circuitry and decorations, but I am not sure how to build the chamber itself. The budget is extremely limited. We are talking about 30-40 dollars maximum. I was thinking of building a tube form and using papier mache, and sanding it smooth on the outside to create the cylinder. This method would take a very long time. Alternately, I was considering obtaining some kind of flexible sheet good and placing it over a frame. Does anyone have an experience in building large cylinders like this? Any recommendations on construction materials or techniques?
Topic by RebelWithoutASauce | last reply
Spoiler alert. The butler did it!! Just kidding. Category: Weird Planets! Water Planet- How'd they know that the sea was shallow enough to land in? The ship's engines apparently can't run if wet. So landing here was pretty risky. Would you land a plane in a foot of water not knowing if it was 1000' of water? You can't take off if the engines are wet! When a big wave hits, (on earth) one of the signs is that the water in a bay will recede. Why didnt this happen when the big waves hit in the film? Ice Planet- 80% of earth's gravity (IIRC) Yet a "frozen cloud" can hold up it's own weight. Fun world, very sculptural. Is there any way these shapes can hold themselves up? Might be more believable if planet had 10% of earth gravity. Those jump jets also more plausible in low G. Category: Black Hole Appearance- At first, this seemed pretty artsy- bizzare. But i'd read that lots of research + computer modelling went into it. So here's my assumtion explaining the visual: The black hole has a simple ring of hot debris orbiting it like the rings of saturn. This stuff isn't close enough to have it's light sucked in. Looking above, or below the "hole", Light from the backside of the ring is bent around to our "eyes" by gravity. This causes the illusion of a second ring perpendicular to the first one. If we coud "look" with some means unaffected by gravity, we would "see" a single ring. Category: Demise of Earth IIRC, the crop blight is "using up" the N2 in the atmosphere?? um... Overall, a really good flick, addressing big human questions. Of course the human story is the most important, tough decisions face these characters.... but chat on sci should be fun, too.
Topic by Toga_Dan | last reply
My channel 113 at home, channel 264 at the pizza bar and many other channels all over my town. I presume channels all over the US and this world. Celebrating this superb BBC English TV serial adventures of a Time Lord of Gallifrey and his Earthly Companions traveling in the sentient multidimensional Time and Relative Dimension In Space time-machine and spacecraft. On this wonderful non-stop celebratory viewing of Doctor Who week end...... Alex
Topic by iceng | last reply
There's the technology today to produce most of the comedies seen in star trek, not just the original series. I'm talking the TNG or DS9. The automatic sliding doors are seen in almost every supermarket. You would install them with steel or aluminum doors with the design seen on the shows. Come badges could be produced. The only problem would be wearing a cellphone sized device somewhere on your body. The hypo spray could be developed with our technology, we use syringes more often. The technology in hyposprays was used in mass vachination machines. I'm sure it could be miniaturized. Isolinear chips compare to memory sicks or SD cards of today. One could install touchscreen monitors throughout one's house linked to a central computer. Microphones and speaker hidden throughout the house could provide the voice access like seen in star trek. Al though you might want to upgrade their authorization code method. It's horribly insecure. A PADD could be a tablet pc or kindle. It uses induction charging, something that could be incorporated or built in using today's technology. The "laptop" used in readyrooms could be a laptop. The facebook video message system shows how the star trek messages could be transferred. Skype could be used as transmissions. A giant monitor could serve as a view screen. A replicator is hard to do with today's technology, but we have machines that can produce drinks. We don't have phasers, but current day guns are as good as them in stopping power, and they can't be damped by damping fields. Torpedoes in Star Trek are just like air to air missiles in the sky or normal torpedoes in the sea. Jefferies tubes could be installed in one's home if you wanted it to. Next are somethings that aren't as good as the ones in star trek. Our medical technology isn't as advanced. Tricorders could be iphones modified a bit with radar and other technology. They wouldn't be the same quality as the ones in star trek. A holodeck could be simulated with virtual reality machines, movie theater, video games, and a 3-d holographic projector. They would be most of the uses a holodeck is used for. There are somethings we don't have that is seen frequently in star trek. Transporters and Warp Drive are chief among them. In some ways though, we have surpassed the technology seen in star trek. Touchscreens are a prime example. Instead of the unchangeable interfaces we see in the bridge, we could put touch screens in all of the consoles.
Topic by starwing123 | last reply
I like the idea of waving my hand over a little dome to turn on or turn off an a/c device. I know a PIR can be used to actuate a circuit for a time period, but don't want the thing to turn back off until I'm ready. I would like to use the PIR to toggle on or off switch for the circuit only when I wave my hand over the sensor bulb. I'm sure this can be done, but I am not skilled enough to figure it out without a little help. I want to turn on or turn off the light on my night stand next to my bed. I could build a battery powered LED night light, but I want to use the circuit to control the a/c powered lamp. I am guessing I'd need a solid state relay or something to handle the 110 volt a/c for the lamp. Any help?
Question by Purphekt | last reply
I entered a slideshow in the instructables gingerbread contest, but i cant view it. Yes i can see the preview image, but i can only view the actual show when im in edit mode. Another instructables user in the same contest has also mentioned they have the same problem. Would you guys do me a favor and see if you can see my slideshow? Pleeeease, it would be greatley appreciated. https://www.instructables.com/id/SciFi-Gingerbread-Art-100-Edible/
Question by _-MacGyver-_ | last reply
Hello, Newby to Instructables, read about it in the newspaper today. Looking forward to some help/input on this project of mine... I have a huge (and growing) volume of video media. pushing 5 TB, and I'll be buying another 2 TB drive before autumn. Now, having all this media at my fingertips on my PC without having to rifle through my DVD library is great, but it's only half the battle. What I really want to be able to do is search through all my videos and TV episodes with the same ease that I go through my music library in iTunes. So, what I need is some way to list each video, and list each "tag" that applies to that video (SciFi, TV, comedy, romance, etc., you get the picture). So, Excel serves well enough for that part, though I'm not married to it as a long-term solution. And, Excel fails completely as a searchable database, where I can just type in, say, "SciFi" and get the database to present me with every single Start Trek, Stargate, B5, etc. TV episode and movie that I own. So, can anyone suggest a program that would already be able to do this for me? iTunes itself isn't a solution, because although I could make a plethora of empty MP3 files, import them into iTunes, and assign all the metadata I want to them, there wouldn't be anyway to click on the empty MP3 entry and have the movie/video pop up and play. Also, my videos are either direct DVD rips or mkv files, so I can't import either of those into iTunes either. Thanks in advance!
Topic by draco963 | last reply