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Honestly i like them both but i prefer the books we get inner monologues and no cheesy. acting. Personnaly i find that adding Avasarala and Bobbie early kind of hurts the flow of the story with some added scenes being unecessary and the two above mentioned characters i find just don't come off as well onscreen and being fairly less interesting then their novel counterparts, this is nothing against Shohreh and Frankie I just think either the script or directorial direction should be more aligned to the books to make a stronger story.
This is only my opinion and only from my knowledge up to calibans war and season 2.
Ever since I equipped my home with Google Home equipment, doing so along with Amazon Echo, I've had the same opinion. Until someone solves the "Natural Language" problem, these voice assistants are going to remain nothing more than nerdy novelty. I'm aware of the innovations they have made over the last few years while they try and solve it. But as long as users are bound to a tightly scripted phrase which is unforgiving with errors, most people don't have the time for it.
This issue is part of a larger more comprehensive frustration I've felt ever since I was a kid towards what I perceived as a lack of technological advancements in most consumer electronics available to the public. I couldn't understand why we weren't already on Mars, or why we were still producing electricity in the same, rudimentary way, boiling water.
I absolutely love The Expanse, and consider myself a "late bloomer" based on me only finding out 6 months ago. I describe the show to people by saying that it is what I believe to be that most accurate predictions as to what it would look like if/when humans begin colonizing the planets on our solar system. I see it as this era's "1984", which got a remarkable number of predictions right, albeit after a bit more time than in the book.
It didn't take long to realize what those plexiglass panels all the characters seemed to carry around were all about. Good to know the cellular companies will ghee OK!
But that was not what grabbed my attention. What did was an incarnation of what I want my Google Home system to be. You just talk, it listens, and it doesn't matter what specific words you used. As long as the meaning makes sense, it does what you want.
Pay attention, Google & Amazon!!
The writer doesn’t have great knowledge of the show and doesn’t quite know what “hard” sci-fi is, but has good reasons and a decent overview.
I don't understand something what is the difference if a ship is burning 1g of thurst as opposed to a ship burning 2g of thrust does one ship reach a higher velocity faster? Or is it that ince the speed climbs higher does the Gforce also does too.
So I know ships flip at the half way point to ensure they can decelerate when traveling to their location but how much thrust to they have push out to ensure they reach their location but make sure the engine doesn't start propelling them back the way they come from like if they use 100% thrust to reach a planet how much thrust do they have to use to make sure they reach the planet and stop at the right spot without the thrust making them accelerate in the direction after they came from after the flip
Unless someone can show an article where they add significant value that shouldn't be in the article itself, I find comments not worth the trouble of monitoring.
Is there a class or a name for this ship? Check out IFF around 03:43 and 21:42 and 36:32
Best I can tell is that it says UNMC 307, has five engines to the Roci's one; some kind of Destroyer or a Cruiser? Or perhaps the UNMC equivalent of the MCRN's Scirocco marine-carrying assault cruiser?
Did chandra wei get pregnant having sex with guy?
How many chapters are in book
So on the screen in 4x10 where Ashford is looking for the ships that passed the abandoned asteroid mine, there are several ships with prefix CIV_
Any ideas what could it mean?