Battlestar Galactica: Myths, Truths, and Our "Real World" Galaxy

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    nvidia2008nvidia2008 Posts: 9,262member
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    I'm still waiting for the Grand Admiral Thrawn/Jedi Academy movie!!



    Not obscure. I kinda dig what you're saying. Thrawn is badass.



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    ...Firefly was just a pile of rubbish, in my opinion -- barely a notch above Andromeda.



    Ouch. That's harsh. Firefly was kinda cool. For me Andromeda and Farscape was just too cheese.



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    I'd agree with you on BSG and Firefly's content, I was speaking in terms of SFX there. Personally I put both in my top 10 TV series, as TV shows. But yeah, not much science in the show itself. I haven't seen Andromeda yet. IIRC the first season or two of SeaQuest tried to include some science in each episode?....



    SeaQuest DSV? Old skool, bro, old skool. ...Heh...



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    You guys (Hiro, iPoster) both make good points. I'm a big fan of BSG regardless, since it's a very clever TV show. Over the past three months I've been pretty tied up remodling my condo and in moving across the country, so I really need to catch up with BSG. Netflix is a wonderful thing.



    iTunes Store too ...Regardless, do catch up with BSG. Season 3 is a bit slower than 1 and 2, but they do start to deal with more "issues" and stuff. And it's pretty hot in the early and much later parts of the season. IMO.
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    nvidia2008nvidia2008 Posts: 9,262member
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    I heard the gravity on that new planet is 1.5 times Earth's gravity. What are they gonna name it? I vote for Kobol.



    "New Kobol"? Could be "Cylonia", depending how things play out.
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