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Do pring's cast shadows across a planet?

Poll ended at Mon 30 Jan, 2012 18:25

pring's cast shadows.
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pring's don't cast shadows.
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pring's are stupid why ask this question.
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pring's

Postby UKOW » Sat 31 Dec, 2011 18:25

would a pring cast a shadow across the planet?i think not because i assume that it is far enough out like the moon that it wouldn't cast a shadow. if it did cast a shadow it would cause a ice age over the planet

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Re: pring's

Postby Hash » Sat 31 Dec, 2011 18:37

eat at joe's

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Re: pring's

Postby Wlerin » Sat 31 Dec, 2011 21:24

it's 3 to 3 to 3. That's just how I like my polls. Symmetrical.

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Re: pring's

Postby Ugborg » Sat 31 Dec, 2011 21:35

Indeed, congratulations on your well balanced poll. Now you'll never get an answer.

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Re: pring's

Postby UKOW » Sat 31 Dec, 2011 22:11

Ugborg wrote:Indeed, congratulations on your well balanced poll. Now you'll never get an answer.

thank you

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Re: pring's

Postby 4 cheesegarlicbread » Sun 01 Jan, 2012 02:05

I take it you was left at home while the others went and party right? Don't feel bad.

I would say the engines would be able to be seen from the ground. Depending on the amount of Prings.


At times in real life you can see the space station and the space shuttle from the ground with out a telescope (it looks like a star only brighter) has the sunlight reflects off it.

But a shadow i say it depends on the amount of Prings.

I didn't vote to keep it balanced.

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Re: pring's

Postby Wlerin » Sun 01 Jan, 2012 02:17

4 cheesegarlicbread wrote:I take it you was left at home while the others went and party right? Don't feel bad.

I would say the engines would be able to be seen from the ground. Depending on the amount of Prings.


At times in real life you can see the space station and the space shuttle from the ground with out a telescope (it looks like a star only brighter) has the sunlight reflects off it.

But a shadow i say it depends on the amount of Prings.

I didn't vote to keep it balanced.

You can vote up to three times. Just vote on every option, or on the lowest options.

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Re: pring's

Postby Arafell » Sun 01 Jan, 2012 05:19

It would probably cast a shadow. The moon casts a shadow during solar eclipses after all. As for how large it is, the sun's gigantic - it'd be fairly small.

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Re: pring's

Postby Hokan » Mon 02 Jan, 2012 02:17

UKOW wrote: the moon that it wouldn't cast a shadow.


I believe the moon does cast a shadow during an eclipse

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Re: pring's

Postby blahblah » Mon 02 Jan, 2012 08:18

it would depend on the width of the Pring and its hight
it would caste a shadow if its location was right
(not polar for instance)
but that shadow would probably be marginal and not reach the ground
(say the pring was only a few hundred metres wide and located at a hight of ...

wait a frigin moment who cares weather an imaginary defence for an imaginary spreadsheet game
castes a shadow on an imaginary planet why am I wasting my time thinking about something so silly

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Re: pring's

Postby Aliens from Mars » Mon 02 Jan, 2012 13:05

Prings are glorified turrets, they don't cast shadows.

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Re: pring's

Postby onbekende07 » Mon 02 Jan, 2012 18:07

who is the idiot who voted for only 1 of them? WHO???

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