Star Trek Into Darkness Teaser Poster Comments -


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SarcasticCaveman 12/4/2012 5:15:29 PM

 Not bullshit, not wrong - Google unobtainium.

SarcasticCaveman 12/4/2012 5:20:44 PM

 Every link that offers a definition describes it as an unavailable/imaginary/impossible material that WOULD make things possible IF it existed...once a material exists, and can be OBTAINED, it is not unobtainium.

Wiseguy 12/4/2012 5:24:45 PM

My answer still stands and you're still wrong. Just googled it and obviously you only read what suits you.

SarcasticCaveman 12/4/2012 5:28:05 PM


thezillaman 12/4/2012 6:07:22 PM

i don't see how this is CAP. K  this guy has dark hair ...

wrrlykam 12/5/2012 4:15:51 AM

The sky line is London as you can see several London land marks.  (London Eye (on the left ny the river), St Pauls Catheral and 30 St Mary Axe AKA 'The Gherkin' (upper right of the pile).


Some site are saying it is Benedict Cumberbatch standing on the pile of rubble and not Pine as Kirk.

VermithraxPejorative 12/5/2012 4:16:12 AM

Nice poster! I am so excited about this! I can't wait!!!!

wrrlykam 12/5/2012 4:23:29 AM

Judging from the coat Benedict is wearing in the green screen shot published with Quinto it looks the same as the coat in the poster.


Repaces a previous posting as it made little sense.

VermithraxPejorative 12/5/2012 4:23:34 AM

As I have said in the argument about Black Holes, they are not "holes" per say, but like a Neutron Star or a Magnitar, they are extremely dense material that do not reflect light. If one could survive the accretion disc and the massive amounts of radiation and gravity, one would eventually "bump" into a solid object, not pass down some "rabbit hole" as what is popular in Sci-Fi, like, well, The Black Hole! I still think a better term for what they are is not a "hole" but we should call them Dark Stars.

Kaziklu 12/7/2012 8:51:18 PM

 Vermithrax a black hole is a 3 dimensional hole in space time meaning you can fall in on all sides... 

Think of the gravity of the earth or a star as a slight depression. 

But just like any hole when you get to the bottom you hit something. It's because the Super Dense matter at the bottom(centre)is depressing space. 

Think of it like this. 

Take a piece or Rubber or Letax, a Glove or a balloon, stretch it out a bit so it's flat but not so much that it's can't go further, and put a ping pong ball on it. the matterial won't move much, that is the earth. Now put an orange on it that is the sun. 

Now go get a steal ball bearing the size of the Ping Pong ball on it, the material if not pulled too tight will produce a large hole. That is exactly what a black hole is doing but it's doing it in 3D dimensions, which is why it's called a Black hole. 

Or least that is how I've always understood it. 

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