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  1. You don't even need to consider that. Every sunset is a proof their "model" is wrong. Not to mention all the problems it would lead to when considering seasons, time zones, etc...
  2. Fun fact: the Sun is not at the center of the Solar System. It moves around the barycenter of the system and, IIRC from college, sometimes this point is outside the Sun.
  3. I confess I'm curious about Episode 9 now. How well will the attack on the Star Destroyers going to space will be for the... cavalry!?
  4. How long until they announced he is out for... the third (?) time.
  5. Just finished AM2R (Another Metroid 2 Remake). Pretty nice game.
  6. I couldn't play for a while, but now I finally finished chapter 1. I don't know if this was possible before the expansion, but I fought the Stag Lord after reaching level 5. The new content sure made it easy. There is even a cave that allows you to give capes and rings of protection to everyone who didn't have it yet.
  7. I didn't know the creators of Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight were releasing another game now. Minoria is a pleasant surprise.
  8. Finally finished Pathfinder Kingmaker Chapter 1. Now I'll play Minoria, which looks as good and beautiful as Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight.
  9. Just expanding what Keyrock said above: in the book Unfinished Tales, Saruman, Gandalf the other wizards were ordered to go to Middle Earth and help/guide the people in their conflict with Sauron. Iirc, they were expressly forbidden to solve the problem on their own, because the people of Middle Earth had to fight for what was theirs or something like that. I guess that includes calling the Eagles. For me the funniest thing though is that all the problems Sauron caused after his boss (Melkor) was defeated could have been easily prevented. Again, I don't know if I remember this well, but in the Silmarillion when they capture Melkor they order Suaron to cross the ocean to face judgement. Sauron initially regreted his crimes, for real, but then he realized that if he went there he would be severely punished and then he decided to stay. And this was stupid, because the guy who arrested Melkor (with the help of an army) didn't consider himself with the authority to arrest Sauron, although Sauron was of a lesser status than Melkor.
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