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stories:the_endeavour_series [2017/09/24 20:21]
petike [The Endeavour series]
stories:the_endeavour_series [2019/03/29 15:14] (current)
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 //(Warning, small spoilers here.)// //(Warning, small spoilers here.)//
  
-The story has, so far, received generally positive reviews over the past few months. However, though, there has been occasional criticism; one reader did notice some significant plausibility issues when it came to the "Star Pioneer"​ disaster itself-as originally written, the heat pulse was apparently non-isotropic in nature, allowing Nigeria to survive relatively intact while scorching central Australia-he pointed out that this was rather implausible because this is generally not how explosions(such as that of atomic bombs, for example) of any kind, work, but rather, the initial effects radiate out in an exact, or virtually exact, circle from the point of initiation(so,​ therefore, either both areas had to be destroyed, or both areas would survive). Most other readers who commented on this particular thing, however, were and have been generally willing to let that little bit slide.+The story has, so far, received generally positive reviews over the past few months. However, though, there has been occasional criticism; one reader did notice some significant plausibility issues when it came to the "Star Pioneer"​ disaster itself ​-- as originally written, the heat pulse was apparently non-isotropic in nature, allowing Nigeria to survive relatively intact while scorching central Australia ​-- he pointed out that this was rather implausible because this is generally not how explosions (such as that of atomic bombs, for example) of any kind, work, but rather, the initial effects radiate out in an exact, or virtually exact, circle from the point of initiation (so, therefore, either both areas had to be destroyed, or both areas would survive). Most other readers who commented on this particular thing, however, were and have been generally willing to let that little bit slide.
  
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