just trying to bump the thread broski
Ye old telly welly is wonky tonky and now thyself is swipy wipey his gooey bum chocolate in verbal manner on the majic computing board dedicated to japanese drawn whacky fun time shows.
Even though these are ridiculous, its still the right way to invent and develop new military hardware and tactics.
The "Battlevision" for example became one of our more crucial parts of warfare today with surveillance and scouting options giving us one of the biggest edges in modern warfare today.
It was part in due to the red scare about how nukes could modify human DNA and end all life on the planet, and part because most people didn't understand how atomic energy could be harnessed, so they would shudder at the thought of their hometown becoming Nagasaki. The Hills Have Eyes made a decent attempt to capitalize on that fear and paranoia.
The "voice bomb" one was used with some success in Vietnam when troops would play recorded screams and wails of women in a certain pattern at night to demoralize the NVA who were superstitious about wandering spirits. It has an interesting psychological aspect to it that was prevalent in the era when the US was afraid of Reds and the world was still recoiling from WWII.
they got that shit mostly right tho.
you could launch HE rounds at a lower velocity, but it would kinda defeat the purpose.
I wonder how they see out of a cockpit like that?
Yup. Plus it's would seem unneeded to make long range artillery firing >200mm rounds like that to be quieter, when it would be more beneficial to tanks and closer range AAA/howitzers and whatnot.
Children burn the cleanest tovarisch ))))))
>>680391580 >>680391916 >>680392008 >>680392103 >>680392456 >>680392658 >>680392759 >>680392830 >>680393010 >>680393150 >>680393199 >>680393449 >>680393758 >>680393842 >>680393969 >>680394039 >>680394160 >>680394568 >>680394627
Keep up the good work /b/ros, once we elect the God-Emperor we will be closer to rebuilding the irradiated world in this retro-futurist style. No Mutants allowed.
>PLEASE please sir, we've been riding for days without water! Just a small drink!
>But you have so much!
>Fuck off sandnigger
>>PLEASE please sir, we've been riding for days without water! Just a small drink!
>>But you have so much!
>>Fuck off sandnigger
mfw they patrol the desert along the mexican border
not gonna sit and post all of his pics....so i´ll link to his gallery instead since Simon Stålenhags art always is relevant in these threads (especially if you come from scandinavia)
or you can just google his name if you dont trust "anon links" on /b/ as i do...
pic related; one of his.
another one from Simon S.
just fucking love his art-style!
>*Bond having sex in zero G on board space-shuttle*
>What is he doing?
>I believe he is attempting re-entry!
I kek evrytiem
Love the old Magazine cut outs. The art is amazing, and I like how things looked when everything was going to be atomic powered. like the cars from Fall out 4 and stuff. Makes ya wonder what if Atomic power had taken off like all the old magazines and stuff showed what the would look like today.
dont want to spam so this is my last post (no one seems to be intrested in these pics from Simon S.)
here is the gallery if annyone missed it: http://www.simonstalenhag.se/
or if you distrust links just google his name "Simon Stålenhag"
The designs are so sleek and elegant, the chrome paint on everything and the prospect of exploring space was fantastic. It feels like a missed opportunity that somewhere along the lines, people settled for box shaped cars churned out in the same monotone way and people just grew accustomed to the same boring routine. I hope that with a revitalized space program from various countries that this drive reawakens in people.
yea i know....he really have a unique style....i like the newer ones also that seem to be a bit darker (those about "the flood" part 1 and 2) atleast thats how i interpret them....the ones with Biological...."mass/parasites" fusing with the old discarded mecanical....things that you can see scaterd in his pics.
Pretty much. Its like people lost all vision in the future and said fuck it. Everything was so stream lined and smooth. Now days everything is a block. Even the homes where Sleek, The Home of The Future looked really nice. Its sad, It does bring up the thought of what changed? It wasnt that atomic power didnt work, But something happened to go from these sleep pieces of art to where we are today.
Good point. Schools have a "right way" that kids need to follow, and any deviation from that gets punished rather than investigated. It's "get the right answer the right way" which is how schools have always been, but more recently they seem to be churning out cookie-cutter kids who all need to follow the line and suppress their creative sides otherwise they get called disruptive and have adhd. Some get a chance to have their creative sides looked at but it feels like most people are pushing for a safe path to a semi-secure future rather than trying to be adventurous.
Hey anon, I have this picture of you on my computer!
It was based off the idea that people are more effected by the words of another human rather than mass printed paper. Hearing someone say that you'll be safe is more comforting than reading it.
>le french flag
HON HON HON
NO ONE WILL STOP OUR GRAND ARMEE
HON HON HON
WE WILL RULE EURO AGAIN MERKEL
Tires need to be deflated to drive over sand, and can burst in hot enough temperatures. Treads provide more surface area over a tire anyway so there is more stability when going over dunes and pits where sand can seep down.
Nope. The discoverer of an element gets t name it, Sir Humphrey called it "aluminum." Some fag later thought 'Aluminium" sounded better with other "-ium" elements, nd tried to change it.
faggot it isn't water, it is special electrojelly with incredibly high surface tension. sure it shifts, but it doesn't "spill".
>Think's drycraft carriers use common water
I'll go easy. These retards are in a desert. They choose to put ass tons of water (with sharks) on the deck of a ship to evaporate rather than put it in an internal reservoir because they need seaplane landing space?
google Tupolev Tu-95LAL. It was the experimental russian nuclear powered plane. Put it in the air with a few nukes on it and enough crew to have shifts and you'd only have to land when you ran out of food. The US had their own plans but didn't get to the trial phase.
the only reason they didn't go further is ICBMs rendered them useless.
It's just a funky concept by Stan Mott. Just a sort of bizarre shit that fits with the wacky ideas from the 50s-80s about the future.
Although, I'd wager that the way this guy was thinking, they'd plan ahead and now how much water evaporates in a day and use some sort of fluid that isn't water and doesn't evaporate. Although that's pretty outlandish, too lol.
I get the irony of it, previous comment just rustled muh jimmies.
Nobody cared about Asimov until Willy smith put on the hat