Just in case your haven't seen it. Spoilers for Infinity war next pic. Its been 2 weeks, so get used to these.
@Duncan5769, i feel like the proper courtesy time frame should be 1 month for movies and 2 weeks for tv shows. But this is the internet, so courtesy doesnt really exist here
(i saw infinity war last week but i still think it would be a nice unspoken gesture)
@PunnyBaker, well the rule for TLJ was a month, but people kind of just decided it was 2 weeks this time, so whatever.
@Duncan5769, when hodor died this site was spammed with "hold the door" memes the very next day and the following few days and i had been good at keeping up with the show until then, but kept missing that episode, the memes made me so anxious that entire episode when i finally got to watch it 2 weeks later. But that was uncanny for me. Even tv shows id say could be shortened to 1 week. So people could at least catch up on the last episode they missed right before the new one airs
@PunnyBaker, that's a fair point, while I didn't post any hold the door memes, I enjoyed them, but didn't even think about people who missed the episode.
Now I’m curious how they measure speed in the Warp
@Nosferatu Zodd, they really don't. They use astropaths to guess relatively where they are in real space to choose when to leave the warp
@Nosferatu Zodd, there is no speed, or time. You’re just there
@Nosferatu Zodd, remove time from the equation, or rather begin it and end for the period in which you are in the warp.
It doesn't actually take 1 month to travel across real space if you spent 1 week or 1 year in the warp. Alternatively, a person could spend 1 day in the warp and come out 1 year in the future (theoretically, I'm not sure if it's canon to the lore yet).
Warp shenanigans be whack yo.
Yep. That looks like something the US would do. Our lasers fire in feet/ second.