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Tuesday, June 16th 2015, 10:19pm

Author: Whisper

addendum

Xfire Exporter: Source code 1 http://export.xfire.com/ If the exporter is too slow for you, try the following. Source code 1 http://swe.profile.xfire.com/profile/usernamehere/ To view and or screenshot your profile. Yes you can navigate. Though some links may 404. Fullsize screenshots and video may not be available.

Tuesday, June 16th 2015, 6:39am

Author: Whisper

Memories and Reflection

Today I tried to log into Xfire. In 2005, I joined Xfire about the same time that I picked up a discount copy of freelancer from Gamestop. With the death of Xfire as I knew it, 10 yrs of fond memories have surfaced. The joy, disappointment and anger over the whole Hunters Association mess. The creation and struggle to maintain the Vanguard Federation of Freelancers. The Fall and resurrection of The Lancers Reactor. The creation of this very site (The Starport). The recent demise of the -=EOA=- P...

Friday, June 24th 2011, 5:07am

Author: Whisper

Random Thoughts

Of course not, its a 1st gen working proof of concept. But, it serves a mean tennis ball ............... ooh it could be on American Gladiator.

Wednesday, June 22nd 2011, 7:08pm

Author: Whisper

Random Thoughts

The Land Walker: the world's first 340cm bipedal exoskeleton - Image 1 of 8 Check this out, MechWars ............ The time is now. Interesting, the many ways we can come up with to kill more efficiently/creatively isn't it?

Wednesday, April 8th 2009, 7:56am

Author: Whisper

Re: Stories of the Exodus:

The game effectively takes up where the story ended. The 'Prelude' story is loosely based off Starlancer and the response of one of the Freelancer staff who's answer to the question "What happened to the Sol System", was as follows, "The Nomads destroyed it ....".

Wednesday, April 8th 2009, 7:43am

Author: Whisper

Re: The Science of Sirius:

I'm glad this topic is still attracting attention.

Friday, August 15th 2008, 5:42pm

Author: Whisper

Re: The Science of Sirius:

>>Rankor Mental Teleportation. The following link is to an online PDA document. On the left hand side of this site is a scrollable window, scroll down and select page #55. Said page covers the topic of P-Teleportation, which is a form of psychokinesis (or PK) similar to telekinesis. That said, I feel the need to say that while some of this document is credible much of it looks to have been slapped together. <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.fas.org/sgp/eprint/teleport.pdf">http://ww...

Wednesday, August 13th 2008, 7:58pm

Author: Whisper

Re: The Science of Sirius:

National Academy of the Sciences - speed of thought (ieET scans) Esp, Telekinesis, and Other Pseudoscience Stephen Hawking's page - folding space. See also my link on INTERSTELLAR TRAVEL BY MEANS OF WORMHOLE INDUCTION PROPULSION (WHIP) Existentialism - This bit of philosophy is rarely used anymore and is considered by most to be of only historical value. Instantaneous Translocation - I don't think you meant what you think you meant. I think what you really meant was Applied Teleportation. Ping K...

Wednesday, August 13th 2008, 7:40am

Author: Whisper

Re: There's no place like home!

Don't you mean, There's no place like 127.0.0.1

Wednesday, August 13th 2008, 7:23am

Author: Whisper

Re: The Science of Sirius:

When we first started that bit of creative reasoning, I tossed the idea around on a sites dedicated to the ideas of space travel, parallel universes, etc. Afterwards Robert and I developed masive migrains pouring over the following. String Theory Site Nonlinear Dynamics And Chaos Relativity The Special and General Theory The Uncertainty Principle Maglev 2000 WAVE GRAVITY AND QUANTUM RESONANCES INTERSTELLAR TRAVEL BY MEANS OF WORMHOLE INDUCTION PROPULSION (WHIP) The EPR Paradox and Bell's Inequal...

Wednesday, August 13th 2008, 5:42am

Author: Whisper

Re: The Science of Sirius:

Just a hodgepodge of different theorem. String Chaos Relativity etc, etc

Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 10:15pm

Author: Whisper

Re: Freelancer: In the Claws of an Idiot

I am sorry for my nine month absence. Its been very hard to think of anything and feel particularly inspired, and eventually the fic kind of drifted into the mists. But no more. Thanks to everyone whose read this. I will try and come up with ideas and chapters more quickly in the future, although I think I said that last time. In any case, sorry again for the wait and I hope you enjoy this chapter. Also i should be updating War quite soon. Story the Fourth: The Lord, The Lackey, and a Daffodil o...

Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 10:12pm

Author: Whisper

Re: Freelancer: In the Claws of an Idiot

Thanks to all reviewers and sorry for the half-year or whatever it was since my last update. Story the Third: The Hispania, What really happened. The hundred-year war was nearing an end, the Alliance’s forces were all but gone, their only remaining outposts were Europa and Pluto, the only thing they had left to hope in were the five colony ships, each of which were, (during the time this chapter is set in), nearing completion. After a century of mayhem and destruction in which each side fought f...

Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 10:09pm

Author: Whisper

Re: Freelancer: In the Claws of an Idiot

Thanks to Jummeh and Hahukum Konn for reviewing on and to all TLR reviewers. Enjoy this next chapter or you shall be attacked and killed by a weasel. Story the Second: Liberty Security Dementia (LSD). The villainish, weasely Outcasts were facing financial hardship in recent times, The Liberty peace keeping forces had finally figured out that by not asking before they scanned passing ships, that they could sneak up on potential criminals and blow them away whilst they were blissfully ignorant of ...

Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 10:07pm

Author: Whisper

Freelancer: In the Claws of an Idiot

Author: Richard the Pedantic Published: From:11-02-04; To:10-23-05 =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Greetings all, what follows is a hopefully humorous collection of nonsensical Freelancer short stories. Read if you please and tell me what you think. Story the First: Orillion and Cooking. With the Nomads banished to wherever the Hell they went after they were sucked through the Hyper gate, the Order found itself with very little to do. For all Orillion’s talk of ‘We’ll be ready for them next ti...

Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 9:48pm

Author: Whisper

Re: CAF / IVA:

The above stories were written to flesh out and stimulate RP during a time of massive battles, that have now faded into the realm of history.

Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 9:43pm

Author: Whisper

Re: CAF / IVA:

The Latin phrase "In-Vitro" means "in an artificial environment outside the living organism." Thus, "In-Vitro" refers to the group of humans who were not only fertilized outside the womb, but had also gestated in a tank, to be "born" as young adults. During the Alliance/Coalition War, the cost in human life was devastatingly high in the civilian population as well as in the military. Terror attacks claimed far too many. Combat and battle claimed even more. Everyday, the losses mounted. Humankin...

Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 9:43pm

Author: Whisper

CAF / IVA:

C.A.F. stands for Cybernetic Artificial Facsimile, and the C.A.F.'s (commonly called "Silicates") were manufactured to serve humankind. Created in the image of the "maker," they were designed in several distinct models and epitomized what the creators felt was beautiful and physically appealing. They do not look at all like the mechanical electronic contrivances that they are…except for their eyes. Their eyes are opaque red orbs with crosshairs. C.A.F.'s also communicate with one another via mo...

Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 9:37pm

Author: Whisper

Re: The Science of Sirius:

The above posts are a way to explain the features of Freelancer. FTL Travel: Character warping(switching ships) , Joining the server(sudden appearances in space). FTL Communication: Private, Group and System chat. Trade Lanes: :roll: The obvious reasons. Enjoy!

Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 9:36pm

Author: Whisper

Re: The Science of Sirius:

FTL Communication: After mastering the technique of wormhole creation, it was thought that distance had finally been conquered. But despite of this communication still needed to be transmitted at the speed of light, and though wormhole did shorten distances between distant regions, interactive communication remained impossible. This problem was quickly identified as being one of the most important handicap remaining in the conquest of deep space. It wasn't until the famous Azbel-Wuthrich experim...