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Subject: Sci-Fi link request
Yimmy    5/27/2007 3:32:54 PM
Somebody here, in the last couple of months, posted in one of the threads a most excellant link to a very informative site aimed at educating potential sci-fi authors. The site was broken down into around 20-25 chapters, with one for engines, one for weapons, one for methods of launch etc etc, and it included many mathmatical calculations. For the life of me I can't find the link, and have it bookmarked only on my other computer some 250 miles away. Could somone re-post it, or remind me what the site was called please?
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andyf    here u go marra   5/27/2007 4:02:32 PM
very interesting website I found
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andyf    here u go marra   5/27/2007 4:03:31 PM
why have I not learnt about the links on here?
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Yimmy       5/27/2007 4:10:03 PM
Cheers, thats the one.
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TrustButVerify    Atomic Rockets   5/29/2007 12:09:49 PM
Atomic Rockets (the site in question) is, in and of itself, justification for the entire internet.
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Jeff_F_F       6/4/2007 6:08:38 PM
Dude, I HATE you, that website cost me almost a WEEK of my life!
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momus    Careful!   6/4/2007 7:32:55 PM

Dude, I HATE you, that website cost me almost a WEEK of my life!

Y'gotta be careful with remarks like that. Else you'll get replies like: "It was a very good investment of your time compared to the 90 seconds or so you spend at TheHun." *Atomic Rockets was a fun read when it first came up--have they added anything new worth checking it out again?
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Treadgar       6/5/2007 10:57:33 AM
Yes they have, but it's not easy to find. You have to scroll down to what's new, or something like that. Mostly it's interesting links.

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