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joined Feb 23, 2013

This is some real hard science fiction shit right here.

Untitled
joined Sep 10, 2015

Save me Eirin-doka!

Tsw118
joined Feb 27, 2015

This is the first time i learn so much from reading manga, and there is so many topics that beyond my capacity, just wondering where is exactly the direction toward singularity?

In this case, since singularity (as in a single geometric point worth of space containing all the matter of the universe) is said to be the eventual end of the whole universe, it doesn't matter where they go, since any direction, given enough time (and they had infinite time) would lead to that singularity.

0d9c1f8da5c68f44be466e7fdf34f353
joined Jan 13, 2015

There is one problem. They can´t do it another time. The Hourai are still truly immortal. But since the SDM crew won´t go to mars again the cyrcle will repeat with them landing on Shiva again but Eirin will never encounter Sakuya in space since they didn´t try to go to mars. That means this time They can´t force activate a new Big Bang. That means yeah the reconstructed their universe one time but won´t be able to do so another time. that means the second time they truly will fly in space until the end of time.

Still a really great story. And I never thought I would find Sakuya with such a big role. She is my favorite after all. Sadly no Meiling though.

Nezchan Moderator
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joined Jun 28, 2012

There is one problem. They can´t do it another time. The Hourai are still truly immortal. But since the SDM crew won´t go to mars again the cyrcle will repeat with them landing on Shiva again but Eirin will never encounter Sakuya in space since they didn´t try to go to mars. That means this time They can´t force activate a new Big Bang. That means yeah the reconstructed their universe one time but won´t be able to do so another time. that means the second time they truly will fly in space until the end of time.

Still, since they know what's coming in general terms, they've now got a better chance at planning things out for a different approach that might take things in a new direction, where they're less likely to be separated and so forth. I mean they do have a Super Genius on their side, and they won't have to waste the (presumably) millions of years they did the first time before they were separated.

0d9c1f8da5c68f44be466e7fdf34f353
joined Jan 13, 2015

There is one problem. They can´t do it another time. The Hourai are still truly immortal. But since the SDM crew won´t go to mars again the cyrcle will repeat with them landing on Shiva again but Eirin will never encounter Sakuya in space since they didn´t try to go to mars. That means this time They can´t force activate a new Big Bang. That means yeah the reconstructed their universe one time but won´t be able to do so another time. that means the second time they truly will fly in space until the end of time.

Still, since they know what's coming in general terms, they've now got a better chance at planning things out for a different approach that might take things in a new direction, where they're less likely to be separated and so forth. I mean they do have a Super Genius on their side, and they won't have to waste the (presumably) millions of years they did the first time before they were separated.

Well Eirin is considered the most intelligent Person in the Solar System after all. But Without Sakuya it will certainly be difficult but not impossible. Or she will finally be able to figure out a cure for the Hourai Elixir so many possibilities.
And if she were to prepare beforehand she could still take Sakuya and Remilia (Flandre?) with them since all of them are ageless but they need to do so before the planet becomes uninhabitable because of the suns influence.

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joined Jan 17, 2017

Truly beautiful history

Kachinsky
joined Oct 12, 2016

I am stuck in an inescapable situation. I am either finite or infinite. I intuitively think that at some point, probably long long long after the sun dies and when entropy is approaching maximum, my existence, should I survive, will be pure suffering. Yet at the same time, I fear the 'end' because I cannot conceive of a true end. In my intuition, the end implies nothingness but then that is not a true end because the void continues. I predict that both being finite and infinite leads to horrifying ultimate inevitability.

last edited at Jan 24, 2018 10:07PM

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joined Oct 19, 2018

Aand I'm crying when Eirin make that spaceship with Tewi as her A.I. , it's like she still want to remember the good ol'days

Damn this is masterpiece

joined Feb 28, 2020

p.11 of the First Part has the most human Eirin I've ever seen.

last edited at Mar 25, 2020 1:51PM

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