Oh, Michael..... . While working on the set of Armageddon, Ben Affleck asked director, Michael Bay, why NASA would bother sending an inexperienced drill crew in Michal Bay Movie
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#6 - pocoyothegreat
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"...And it's all like CRAAAAWWWWW..."
User avatar #22 to #6 - thefunnyside
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What episode is this? I want to watch it.
#37 - noonesperfect
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User avatar #39 to #37 - JackStinson [OP]
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Sauce? :3
User avatar #44 to #39 - sebgun
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User avatar #100 to #44 - ipaintmyfloor
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I'd prefer to watch this than the actual Titanic 3D.
User avatar #46 to #44 - JackStinson [OP]
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Thx.
#125 to #37 - anon id: 9eece74c
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Not enough explosions
#130 to #125 - noonesperfect
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#3 - greatsucces
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#17 to #3 - friedchickenman
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#19 - rambomanthree
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They could have also launched and earth penatrating weapon (nuclear bunker buster) at it.

they are pretty much nukes that you launch, that are designed to penatrate several hundred feet underground then explode in a nuclear mess.

if they would have used one of those. they wouldnt have had to send an entire crew up there to drill..

also pic unrelated
User avatar #32 to #19 - feeniks
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Because the meteorite was made of iron ferrite. It would not have penetrated deep enough.
User avatar #34 to #19 - alucord
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That pic is NEVER unrelated
#61 to #19 - anon id: 351658ee
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II'm pretty sure that in the movie they had to drill leike half a mile in.
User avatar #62 to #19 - ICEDgrunge
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I'm fairly certain they rolled that idea around more than a few times. The problem in the movie was that if they blew up the asteroid there'd be enough debris that would crash into Earth that would still do immense damage to us. Sending a drill team was the only possible solution in the movie in regards to maintaining no damage to Earth.
User avatar #20 to #19 - Fucktackler
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they will know long enough in advanced if an asteroid is going to hit the earth. The easiest way to avert an asteroid impact on earth is to attach engine's to said asteroid with the capability of changing its trajectory.
User avatar #21 to #20 - business
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in armageddon the asteroid was said to be the size of Texas, so engines would be useless.
a very unrealistic movie though, buut i think that's excused since it's a science fiction movie not really meant to be that realistic.

anyway, definitely a good movie packed with great actors!
User avatar #31 to #21 - DeeJayBee
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would the mass of it matter as much in space with regards to divertng it?
#35 to #31 - crickity
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Depending on its speed, yes. More mass and more speed means more inertia, so it would be harder to change its course.
Essentially sticking an engine powerful enough on it would work though.
#83 to #35 - anon id: 2d123b46
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NO!! All you need to do is get it out of the path of the Earth. I.e: if it is moving to the right, and Earth is 1million Km to the right, you can put rockets below the asteroid and push it upward. If you try to go against the movement it already has, you will fail. What you need to do is just add another component to that movement. Thus, the only concern is the asteroid's mass.
User avatar #90 to #83 - bookyle
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actually, speed is also a factor, but not in the way he said. If the engine does not provide enough power to do the work in the time before the impact, it's useless
#203 to #90 - crickity
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Upon reviewing my statement, you're right. My apologies to the internet.
#69 to #31 - veryspecialagent
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Even though things are "weightless" in space, they still have mass, and newtons law is that to displace mass, you need an equal and opposing mass. So if the asteroid's mass is a million pounds, you need a million pounds of thrust to move it.
#105 to #19 - harbingerwolf
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This is the firs time i've ever seen an image i've edited posted by some one else...today, i have become a man...
This is the firs time i've ever seen an image i've edited posted by some one else...today, i have become a man...
#38 to #19 - kakkakrabbypatty
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User avatar #41 to #38 - colinmartin
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One Handed increased to 88
#56 - BIGSEXYISBACKAGAIN
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Michael Bay's face
Michael Bay's face
User avatar #158 - michaelbay
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Seriously, nobody took this username until today...
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User avatar #10 - rel
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"I'm Michael Bay, I make **** explode."
#169 - silentshuriken
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And then he blew him up
#171 to #169 - darthblam
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No worse! It when straight to his thighs!









And then he blew up!
#174 to #171 - silentshuriken
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I laughed at that way more than necessary, thank you
#85 - romdadon
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Michael Bay directing a skating movie
Michael Bay directing a skating movie
User avatar #138 to #85 - jakuu
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You sure this is a Bay movie? There aren't nearly enough hot girls with impressive boobs.
#40 - habanaro
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MAKE IT PORN
MAKE IT PORN


#48 to #40 - Dwarf
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**Dwarf rolled a random image posted in comment #2003512 at Friendly ** While working on the set of Armageddon, Ben Affleck asked director, Michael Bay, why NASA would bother sending an inexperienced drill crew into space when it would be easier to teach astronauts how to drill.

Michael Bay told him to shut up as he touched Ben's lips with his finger. (Music starts) He slowly ran his finger down from his lips to his belt which he began to take off. Ben grabbed Michael Bay by his tie and threw him on the bed. THEN THEY ******.
#71 to #48 - icecreamonnips
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#50 to #48 - habanaro
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I was thinking people would get the joke that the Nostalgia Critic made when talking about Michael Bay shooting everything as if it was porn in one of his reviews.

I was so very wrong.
#53 to #50 - Dwarf
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**Dwarf rolled a random image posted in comment #1 at Don't try and defend that line ** wat
**Dwarf rolled a random image posted in comment #1 at Don't try and defend that line ** wat
#65 to #48 - hardongo
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#133 to #48 - anon id: 2f246e38
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would watch. Ben Affleck is one sexy ************