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15 hours ago, ChildOfCv said:

Definitely not the same processor.  328 is used in the Arduino Unos, though typically as a DIP32.

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Kaspersky just went off on these two links though.

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7 hours ago, mizapf said:

This reminds me of some rumors that NASA uses the movie "Armageddon" for job candidate assessment, who have to name all the factual errors they spot while watching the movie. (I mean, this is not too hard, first time I had pressure marks on my face from repeated facepalming.)

One moment in movie history has always bothered me. In Mission to Mars, there is a micro-meteor shower (which is a nice way of saying a bunch of medium-sized gravel is travelling through the void of space very fast)... one of the micro-meteors punches through the fuel line ... which is running along the outside of the ship. Now, it is entirely possible that I am not well versed in spaceship design, I will freely admit that I know very little about it. However as a design idea, I would think that putting a fuel line on the outside of the ship, would not be preferable, for exactly this type of situation.

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13 minutes ago, Mehridian Sanders said:

One moment in movie history has always bothered me. In Mission to Mars, there is a micro-meteor shower (which is a nice way of saying a bunch of medium-sized gravel is travelling through the void of space very fast)... one of the micro-meteors punches through the fuel line ... which is running along the outside of the ship. Now, it is entirely possible that I am not well versed in spaceship design, I will freely admit that I know very little about it. However as a design idea, I would think that putting a fuel line on the outside of the ship, would not be preferable, for exactly this type of situation.

If the fuel line is outside the ship, then you do not risk dumping something toxic into the breathing area of the capsule or something potentially flammable into the capsule.  

 

I have read a series of books by Ian Douglas that given in the next couple hundred years, his take on our technological development will probably match reality.  In one of the stories, Mars is mined for sand as a weapon against an extraterrestrial force far superior to our weapons.  Sand, by the thousands of tons, launched as a dispersion of particles at the speed of light, would overwhelm shields on starships that were targeting our solar system.  It was just too much energy, and something not expected to be seen on "radar" using less conventional means for weapons.

 

If you are a big SciFi fan, check out the books by Ian Douglas as much of what he has written is based upon sound existing physics where technology has finally developed in the story line where it can be implemented.  Hey, even with the current political climate, things are starting to shape into the divisions we see now to what was written in the books as various countries redistribute their sphere's of influence.

 

Beery

 

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OK I see the point of not dumping O2 in liquid form into the living space but... I dunno just always seemed like... The engineers missed something.

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7 hours ago, RickyDean said:

Kaspersky just went off on these two links though.

What do they think is the problem?  You should see if Kaspersky goes off against github then.  I just tried an online site scanner and it said no problem.  The only "issue" they found is that it doesn't redirect http to https and doesn't employ cloud-based DoS attack prevention.  Wank wank.

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23 hours ago, ChildOfCv said:

Definitely not the same processor.  328 is used in the Arduino Unos, though typically as a DIP32.

Thank you kindly. I have not ordered from mouser yet. 

Will be placing order for :

https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/556-ATMEGA328P-AN

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and now I know why I see FG99's selling for $50 used on ebay every so often.

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1 hour ago, ChildOfCv said:

What do they think is the problem?  You should see if Kaspersky goes off against github then.  I just tried an online site scanner and it said no problem.  The only "issue" they found is that it doesn't redirect http to https and doesn't employ cloud-based DoS attack prevention.  Wank wank.

Can't say right now, I'll take screen shots of the message tomorrow, I'm going home now from work, finishing up.

 

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On 11/20/2019 at 2:21 PM, ChildOfCv said:

What do they think is the problem?  You should see if Kaspersky goes off against github then.  I just tried an online site scanner and it said no problem.  The only "issue" they found is that it doesn't redirect http to https and doesn't employ cloud-based DoS attack prevention.  Wank wank.

Tried again this morning, Kaspersky never let out a peep, oh well.

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Weird.  I'd suggest that maybe it was a banner ad, but both links go directly to JPG images, so that can't be it.  Maybe they have one of the server IPs on their watch list?

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You know...I think I literally have that same model of hot-air reflow gun.  Looks like I've been holding it wrong all this time.  I'll start holding it the "correct" way next time.  ;-)

 

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