As for the Death Star, we have maintained since at least 2002 -- based on analysis of the films and novelizations thereof -- that the Death Star is not a brute-force weapon directly transferring its reactor's energy . . . instead, the superlaser produces a highly destructive hyperspace-related matter-energy conversion.
What a liar. Anyone can read his posts here on SD.net or in the debatep
and see that he never ONCE mentioned hyperspace in his undefined chain reaction. He admitted it was inspired by the GENESIS DEVICE
, not hyperspace. And he has the nerve to accuse others of back fitting theories and re-writing history. But then, this is Darkstar.
This was the only useful way to explain the rings added to the Special Editions, material disappearance, and so on, effects which the other side chose instead to ignore.
Funny how you actually can't EXPLAIN those things, as you admit every time someone actually asks you how does your chain reaction explain those things.
1) point out that something is a figment of the trektard's imagination.
2) Admit we don't have an explanation but neither does the trektard.
It was also the only way to satisfactorily explain how a vehicle powered by simple fusion could have a planet-busting raygun.
Because a statement that talks about dragons in the middle of stars MUST be interpreted literally, right fuckstar?
In what must seem the ultimate betrayal for the EU-phile pro-Wars side, the Star Wars Expanded Universe now forces this position, as well. October 2007's Star Wars: Death Star novel also discusses the superlaser in terms of a hyperspace-related matter-energy conversion, with hyperspatial reflux rings and target matter that disappears into hyperspace. Even the reactor technology, despite use of the EU's "hypermatter" nonsense, is incapable of planet-busting energy levels except under catastrophic superlaser misfire conditions, similar in broad strokes to our explanation of the destruction of DS1.
Gotta love how liar-star changes "boost" into "disappears" Also gotta love his continued description of C-canon material as "nonsense", just like he described the second half of Lucas' "parallel universe" quote as "nonsense". Another entry for the dictionary:
Nonsense: any canon or official information that the trektard doesn't like.
And so, with the canon debate also long-settled, the situation they are faced with is quite terrible for them . . . what they view as my two primary arguments are both now lost.
Even putting the best spin on things (emphasis on spin), they are faced with a Catch-22. Either they can try to argue the point of the superlaser at the expense of the EU, or they can argue the EU at the expense of the superlaser.
A catch-22 that depends on re-writing the official material is not really a Catch-22, Darkstar.
That having been said, there's no reason to presume that they will be convinced by anything.
Beautiful case of psychological projection, Darkstar. If WE'RE the ones who won't be convinced of anything, why is it that you and your SFJ cockgoblins are the ones who need to re-write the Death Star novel to make it fit with your "theories"?
- When faced with devastating facts in the canon debate, they withdrew into a virtually impenetrable groupthink, outright ignoring the facts and patting one another on the back for doing so.
If irony were gold, Darkstar could give Bill Gates a run for his money.
- When faced with devastating facts from the EU regarding troop numbers far smaller than their pulled-from-the-air quadrillions, they attacked and made threats against the author, who now seems to rather enjoy slipping in additional jabs in her continuing EU writings. Nowadays, the author's numbers are ignored despite their repetition in the EU.
Needing a number of troops far larger than real-life Earth nation is "pulled-from-thin-air". Even if we allow darkstar's retarded conclusions that the SW Empire is a similar size to Trek nations. Darkstar could write the trektard dictionary himself. He probably thinks the 2000 Romulan troops that were to be used to conquer Vulcan in 'Unification' was a realistic number.
- When initially faced with the Death Star novel, their claim was that this increased the Death Star's firepower and reactor power to unknowable levels, instead of decreasing it from their already-expanded values.
Right Darkstar, because "boost" obviously means "lower energy requirement". Oh, I'm sorry, I forget, I'm talking about someone who thinks he has the authority to change "boost" to "disappear", "shunt" or any of the other trektard versions of that quote over on SFJ.
The pro-Wars Vs. Debate subculture has seen its heyday, what with one of its members contributing to the EU a few years back, but with its assorted attacks on EU personnel they have served to isolate and marginalize themselves rather effectively, and as they continue to spout quadrillions in the face of everyday Star Wars EU readers who see millions, they will continue to be viewed as off their collective rocker . . . especially as their vitriol increases.
Everyday Star Wars EU reader: one of Darkstar's half-dozen cocksuckers at SFJ. Again, the irony is so thick you can cut it with a knife given Darkstar has only a handful of supporters and feels the need to post every last positive feedback he receives on his web page desperately trying to make it look like he has the popularity on his side.
Darktard doesn't just realize that appealing to the authority of teenagers, the same morons who swallowed the five-mile Executor bullshit isn't going to win ANY logical points.