Day 26 of Pewvember: The Canopian Pan-vortex Matter Disruptor has an impressive name, but the pew pew sounds it emits are astoundingly pedestrian.
Day 25 of Pewvember: a Haliform Warpdrifter fires off a few quasiphase graviton blasts.
Let’s generate some imaginary guitar pedals — Steve's Real Blog https://blog.steveasleep.com/lets-generate-some-imaginary-guitar-pedals
I've put up an archive of my Pewvember clips:
If you play a bunch of clips at once, it sounds like a laser battle!
Day 24 of Pewvember: The Northrop-DuPont HyperBuster was developed for the United States Space Force at a cost of $7.2B, was delivered twenty-six years behind schedule, and was fired exactly twice.
Day 23 of Pewvember: Paxaurical Industries produces a line of whisper-quiet lasers for use in public libraries and other facilities where silence is golden. Only the tell-tale clicking of dephaser relays and a low hum betray the fact that the high-powered Ultraplus Disruptor has gone into operation.
Day 22 of Pewvember: The Sagittarian Gravitational Intensifier can give just about any large mass an event horizon in moments.
hey @darius , how far did you get hacking your EO1? I've got one gathering dust over here.
Pewvember day 23: Tragic news. Apparently all the robots, androids, and monitors who contributed to yesterday's #pewvember had so much fun that they all got together to form a pew chorus. Unfortunately, the resulting sonic resonance destroyed all the participants and 3% of the Ring.
Pewvember day 22: We asked almost 50 robots, androids, and monitors from around the Ring to do their best pew-pew impressions for us. Here are the results. Not bad, considering that laser guns have been banned ring-wide for over 175 years!
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