Home Original Content Funny Pictures Funny GIFs YouTube Funny Text Funny Movies Channels Search

hide menu

llamahugger

llamahugger Avatar Level 216 Comments: Comedic Genius
Offline
Send mail to llamahugger Block llamahugger Invite llamahugger to be your friend flag avatar
Last status update:
-
Personal Info
Gender: male
Age: 23
Date Signed Up:6/11/2011
Last Login:3/23/2014
Location:Georgia
Funnyjunk Career Stats
Content Thumbs: 19 total,  44 ,  25
Comment Thumbs: 1622 total,  1786 ,  164
Content Level Progress: 38.98% (23/59)
Level 0 Content: Untouched account → Level 1 Content: New Here
Comment Level Progress: 22% (22/100)
Level 216 Comments: Comedic Genius → Level 217 Comments: Comedic Genius
Subscribers:0
Content Views:1012
Times Content Favorited:1 times
Total Comments Made:386
FJ Points:1720
Not really sure what to say... I guess I'm honored that you're even reading this, so... thanks?

Show:
Sort by:
Order:

funny pictures

  • Views: 571
    Thumbs Up 17 Thumbs Down 2 Total: +15
    Comments: 2
    Favorites: 0
    Uploaded: 12/05/11
    Touch of G(r)ay Touch of G(r)ay
  • Views: 806
    Thumbs Up 17 Thumbs Down 4 Total: +13
    Comments: 5
    Favorites: 1
    Uploaded: 06/11/11
    My first time My first time
  • Views: 803
    Thumbs Up 7 Thumbs Down 5 Total: +2
    Comments: 0
    Favorites: 0
    Uploaded: 01/19/12
    Weird ad Weird ad

latest user's comments

#307 - I went out of my way to say it as much as possible :) Quit bri… 02/21/2013 on planet and shit 0
#306 - Whoops! Forgot to link the video too. Start at 4:00 for the Wa… 02/21/2013 on planet and shit 0
#304 - I really hope we will, and the sooner the better! Sadly, there…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/21/2013 on planet and shit +1
User avatar #308 - ltcommanderdata (02/21/2013) [-]
I hope so too.
But hey- I have an idea.
What really results in a technology surge is:
a war.
WWIII in space = Warp Drives in no time.
#297 - Your picture-as-text nonsense threw me off for a second haha. …  [+] (3 new replies) 02/21/2013 on planet and shit 0
#298 - exotic (02/21/2013) [-]
This image has expired
Can you say 'Erotic' matter instead of 'Exotic' matter?

It'll be much much lighter on my mentions.
#457 - anonymous (02/21/2013) [-]
exotic matter, faggot
User avatar #307 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
I went out of my way to say it as much as possible :) Quit bringing it up and there won't be any problems ;)


Exotic
#280 - "The only catch: Alcubierre says that, “just as happens…  [+] (5 new replies) 02/21/2013 on planet and shit 0
#285 - exotic (02/21/2013) [-]
This image has expired
User avatar #297 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
Your picture-as-text nonsense threw me off for a second haha. As for what the exotic matter might be, I'm honestly not sure. Some sources say that the ring would be made of exotic matter, while others simply mention the need for exotic matter. If the correct interpretation is that the ring is to be made of an exotic matter, a better substitute phrase would be "exotic material" or "foreign material", and it would simply imply that the ring is made of an as-yet undiscovered element/compound/alloy.
#298 - exotic (02/21/2013) [-]
This image has expired
Can you say 'Erotic' matter instead of 'Exotic' matter?

It'll be much much lighter on my mentions.
#457 - anonymous (02/21/2013) [-]
exotic matter, faggot
User avatar #307 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
I went out of my way to say it as much as possible :) Quit bringing it up and there won't be any problems ;)


Exotic
#267 - It's alright :) Like I said, it does require at least some pri… 02/21/2013 on planet and shit +4
#246 - Movies like Star Wars are part of the reason we have (or will … 02/21/2013 on planet and shit +1
#237 - I'm still not quite sure what you're trying to say, but thanks…  [+] (9 new replies) 02/21/2013 on planet and shit +3
#254 - anonymous (02/21/2013) [-]
the onely thing i wher claiming was that your point on energy consupton of warp drive was unrealistik.... that was all and i toght you'd might like the video
User avatar #280 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
"The only catch: Alcubierre says that, “just as happens with wormholes,” you’d need “exotic matter” (matter with “strange properties”) to distort space-time. And the amount of energy necessary to power that would be on par with — wait for it — the mass-energy of the planet Jupiter"
...
"White, who just shared his latest ideas at the 100 Year Starship 2012 Public Symposium, says that if you adjust the shape of the ring surrounding the object, from something that looks like a flat halo into something thicker and curvier, you could power Alcubierre’s warp drive with a mass roughly the size of NASA’s Voyager 1 probe.

In other words: reduction in energy requirements from a planet with a mass equivalent to over 300 Earths, down to an object that weighs just under 1,600 pounds.

What’s more, if you oscillate the space warp, White claims you could reduce the energy load even further."


Read more: techland.time.com/2012/09/19/nasa-actually-working-on-faster-than-light-warp-drive/#ixzz2LZXqwa76

As far as current theory is concerned, my point on energy consumption is very realistic. If you have found something to suggest otherwise, please share it (I don't mind being wrong; it allows you to learn and remember) :)
#285 - exotic (02/21/2013) [-]
This image has expired
User avatar #297 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
Your picture-as-text nonsense threw me off for a second haha. As for what the exotic matter might be, I'm honestly not sure. Some sources say that the ring would be made of exotic matter, while others simply mention the need for exotic matter. If the correct interpretation is that the ring is to be made of an exotic matter, a better substitute phrase would be "exotic material" or "foreign material", and it would simply imply that the ring is made of an as-yet undiscovered element/compound/alloy.
#298 - exotic (02/21/2013) [-]
This image has expired
Can you say 'Erotic' matter instead of 'Exotic' matter?

It'll be much much lighter on my mentions.
#457 - anonymous (02/21/2013) [-]
exotic matter, faggot
User avatar #307 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
I went out of my way to say it as much as possible :) Quit bringing it up and there won't be any problems ;)


Exotic
User avatar #241 - predominance (02/21/2013) [-]
I would just disregard his existence.

Thanks for your information though. Star Wars ain't lookin' like it'll be far off!
User avatar #246 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
Movies like Star Wars are part of the reason we have (or will have) technology like this! It's pretty awesome if you ask me.
#223 - Sorry about the wall of text!! I took that comment to 1999 cha…  [+] (12 new replies) 02/21/2013 on planet and shit +2
User avatar #300 - ltcommanderdata (02/21/2013) [-]
Considering the distance, 4.4 years is incredible.
With other proposed methods, like conventional rockets, fusion reactors, or even photon sails, it's a question of centuries, even to Alpha Centauri.
#234 - anonymous (02/21/2013) [-]
i rater belive in this www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7tU0H6rD-g that wat you prpose after som this atleest explane the warp drive and its enegy needs...
#237 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
I'm still not quite sure what you're trying to say, but thanks for the video.

Also, I offer this picture as an explanation of why you wrote what you wrote.
#254 - anonymous (02/21/2013) [-]
the onely thing i wher claiming was that your point on energy consupton of warp drive was unrealistik.... that was all and i toght you'd might like the video
User avatar #280 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
"The only catch: Alcubierre says that, “just as happens with wormholes,” you’d need “exotic matter” (matter with “strange properties”) to distort space-time. And the amount of energy necessary to power that would be on par with — wait for it — the mass-energy of the planet Jupiter"
...
"White, who just shared his latest ideas at the 100 Year Starship 2012 Public Symposium, says that if you adjust the shape of the ring surrounding the object, from something that looks like a flat halo into something thicker and curvier, you could power Alcubierre’s warp drive with a mass roughly the size of NASA’s Voyager 1 probe.

In other words: reduction in energy requirements from a planet with a mass equivalent to over 300 Earths, down to an object that weighs just under 1,600 pounds.

What’s more, if you oscillate the space warp, White claims you could reduce the energy load even further."


Read more: techland.time.com/2012/09/19/nasa-actually-working-on-faster-than-light-warp-drive/#ixzz2LZXqwa76

As far as current theory is concerned, my point on energy consumption is very realistic. If you have found something to suggest otherwise, please share it (I don't mind being wrong; it allows you to learn and remember) :)
#285 - exotic (02/21/2013) [-]
This image has expired
User avatar #297 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
Your picture-as-text nonsense threw me off for a second haha. As for what the exotic matter might be, I'm honestly not sure. Some sources say that the ring would be made of exotic matter, while others simply mention the need for exotic matter. If the correct interpretation is that the ring is to be made of an exotic matter, a better substitute phrase would be "exotic material" or "foreign material", and it would simply imply that the ring is made of an as-yet undiscovered element/compound/alloy.
#298 - exotic (02/21/2013) [-]
This image has expired
Can you say 'Erotic' matter instead of 'Exotic' matter?

It'll be much much lighter on my mentions.
#457 - anonymous (02/21/2013) [-]
exotic matter, faggot
User avatar #307 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
I went out of my way to say it as much as possible :) Quit bringing it up and there won't be any problems ;)


Exotic
User avatar #241 - predominance (02/21/2013) [-]
I would just disregard his existence.

Thanks for your information though. Star Wars ain't lookin' like it'll be far off!
User avatar #246 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
Movies like Star Wars are part of the reason we have (or will have) technology like this! It's pretty awesome if you ask me.
#214 - A lot of people are asking questions about how we could get th…  [+] (21 new replies) 02/21/2013 on planet and shit +33
#575 - superclamsquared (02/22/2013) [-]
Pardon my ignorance, but arent wormholes a possiblility as well? If you can create shortcuts from on edge of space to another, FTLT may be unnecessary.
#296 - ltcommanderdata (02/21/2013) [-]
That was basic material at the academy.

Serious now: Thank you very much for posting that. I read about the redesigning of Alcubierre's a little while ago, and how the required energy had been greatly reduced somewhat recently, right after National Geographic's article on methods of interstellar space travel. I really hope we manage to build a successful prototype; I find the idea of our race being stuck in this star system forevermore somewhat depressing. But with the speed that technology has been improving over the past few years, I am confident we'll make it.
User avatar #306 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
Whoops! Forgot to link the video too. Start at 4:00 for the Wait Calculation, or find some time to watch the whole 13 minutes. There's much to learn!

www.youtube.com/watch?v=lD08CuUi_Ek&list=UU6nSFpj9HTCZ5t-N3Rm3-HA&index=1
User avatar #304 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
I really hope we will, and the sooner the better! Sadly, there is a thing called the Wait Calculation, which basically says that if we were to set out for a star today, we would probably be overlapped by advanced technology that launched 20 years later. The last time the proposed "wait" was calculated (how long we should wait before it's feasible to go to another star), the result was 1104 years. However, I'm still counting on that being completely incorrect, and I hope that an Alcubierre drive can be built within 50 years.

Who knows? 30 years ago, the were predicting all kinds of ludacris things for 2010 such as flying towns and colonized space. Perhaps we always overestimate ourselves because secretly we just want our predictions and dreams to come true. I know I do.
User avatar #308 - ltcommanderdata (02/21/2013) [-]
I hope so too.
But hey- I have an idea.
What really results in a technology surge is:
a war.
WWIII in space = Warp Drives in no time.
#252 - russianbro has deleted their comment.
User avatar #303 - pineapplestu (02/21/2013) [-]
www.sockshare.com/file/266F2273F70929F3# 40 min long documentary about warp travel featuring morgan freeman as the narrator, just hit the continue as free user and it will stream that shit. Have a good day sir.
User avatar #267 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
It's alright :) Like I said, it does require at least some prior knowledge. However, 90% of what I said was self taught, so if you're interested in learning it, you most certainly can by reading around.
User avatar #223 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
Sorry about the wall of text!! I took that comment to 1999 characters so I had to stop.

Basically, the TL;DR would be this "Hey guys, theoretically we know how to make a warp drive!" Sadly, even at these speeds, it would still take 4.4 years to get there :(
User avatar #300 - ltcommanderdata (02/21/2013) [-]
Considering the distance, 4.4 years is incredible.
With other proposed methods, like conventional rockets, fusion reactors, or even photon sails, it's a question of centuries, even to Alpha Centauri.
#234 - anonymous (02/21/2013) [-]
i rater belive in this www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7tU0H6rD-g that wat you prpose after som this atleest explane the warp drive and its enegy needs...
#237 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
I'm still not quite sure what you're trying to say, but thanks for the video.

Also, I offer this picture as an explanation of why you wrote what you wrote.
#254 - anonymous (02/21/2013) [-]
the onely thing i wher claiming was that your point on energy consupton of warp drive was unrealistik.... that was all and i toght you'd might like the video
User avatar #280 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
"The only catch: Alcubierre says that, “just as happens with wormholes,” you’d need “exotic matter” (matter with “strange properties”) to distort space-time. And the amount of energy necessary to power that would be on par with — wait for it — the mass-energy of the planet Jupiter"
...
"White, who just shared his latest ideas at the 100 Year Starship 2012 Public Symposium, says that if you adjust the shape of the ring surrounding the object, from something that looks like a flat halo into something thicker and curvier, you could power Alcubierre’s warp drive with a mass roughly the size of NASA’s Voyager 1 probe.

In other words: reduction in energy requirements from a planet with a mass equivalent to over 300 Earths, down to an object that weighs just under 1,600 pounds.

What’s more, if you oscillate the space warp, White claims you could reduce the energy load even further."


Read more: techland.time.com/2012/09/19/nasa-actually-working-on-faster-than-light-warp-drive/#ixzz2LZXqwa76

As far as current theory is concerned, my point on energy consumption is very realistic. If you have found something to suggest otherwise, please share it (I don't mind being wrong; it allows you to learn and remember) :)
#285 - exotic (02/21/2013) [-]
This image has expired
User avatar #297 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
Your picture-as-text nonsense threw me off for a second haha. As for what the exotic matter might be, I'm honestly not sure. Some sources say that the ring would be made of exotic matter, while others simply mention the need for exotic matter. If the correct interpretation is that the ring is to be made of an exotic matter, a better substitute phrase would be "exotic material" or "foreign material", and it would simply imply that the ring is made of an as-yet undiscovered element/compound/alloy.
#298 - exotic (02/21/2013) [-]
This image has expired
Can you say 'Erotic' matter instead of 'Exotic' matter?

It'll be much much lighter on my mentions.
#457 - anonymous (02/21/2013) [-]
exotic matter, faggot
User avatar #307 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
I went out of my way to say it as much as possible :) Quit bringing it up and there won't be any problems ;)


Exotic
User avatar #241 - predominance (02/21/2013) [-]
I would just disregard his existence.

Thanks for your information though. Star Wars ain't lookin' like it'll be far off!
User avatar #246 - llamahugger (02/21/2013) [-]
Movies like Star Wars are part of the reason we have (or will have) technology like this! It's pretty awesome if you ask me.

Comments(0):

 

Show All Replies Show Shortcuts
Per page:
Order:
What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
No comments!
 Friends (0)