premotions warning ffs naked furrys
Is 12 mps supposed to be 12 miles per second? Also I am pretty such an attack would take centuries of a chain occurring (primarily: sun gets blocked of by airborne debris, flora can't get the light required to photosynthesis, almost everything starves). I am pretty sure the Imperium doesn't have that kind of patience when Exterminatus is called for.--188.8.131.52 00:22, 9 September 2013 (UTC)
Should probably add a section on how the tau accidently sent some stars supernova, and how their attitudes like the necrons
Why is this page in the Deletion category?
- Think about it.
- Yeah no. It was in that category because the deletion tag was in the wiki deletion section. I replaced the actual template with equivalent markup, so the template still looks like it's there, but isn't making this article show up on the "pages to be deleted" list. There's a little bit of a joke in having this article in that category, but really it's not worth cluttering the deletion list.--HK (talk) 15:24, 22 July 2015 (UTC)
--- Just out of curiosity: what is the source of the information that the only the Tau have functioning terraforming equipment? The "in Tau Empire Exterimnatus gets purged by YOU!" line had me crack up, but I'd like to have source material ready before I rub it in my Imperium playing fellow's face.
Tabletop Exterminatus in 8th Edition
I noticed that in eight edition the orbital bombardment was changed to a stratagem and techpriests do not have orbital bombardment relays. Does anybody know a good way some Primaris Marines can play Exterminatus? -Green
Edit: The Primaris Rhino can call orbital bombardments. It is nigh impossible to get the model proper so convert a Daamocles command vehicle. https://www.forgeworld.co.uk/en-US/Damocles-Command-Vehicle -Green
Exterminatus in fantasy & sort-of-fantasy settings?
Does that even count for the article? I know of one (actually two: Grima and Anankos from Fire Emblem... Wait, maybe even FEH's Angrboða's Heart counts too), but I don't know if they even count or deserve to be here. So for the time being, I'm asking if fantastical methods of world destruction counts. Korvalus (talk) 00:57, 26 November 2019 (UTC)
Wuhan Flu is artifical is "borderline conspiracy theories"
Firstly, a conspiracy theory doesn't mean something is untrue, it just means a theory on a conspiracy (the actions of multiple cooperating individuals, something that all government action is by default). Second the theory has enough merit to be reported on and seriously considered by sources as high as the United States Senate. --Agiletek (talk) 06:24, 18 February 2020 (UTC)
- Or the more substantial evidence that it was caught by the virus jumping the species barrier multiple times (pangolins and snakes) in a unregulated wetmaket which is supported by the vast majority of scientist and medical experts both local and international; to the point that the viral origin has been traced in a bat cave which reconfirms that the virus is zoonotic in nature, holds far more credibility than a leakage from a viral lab. This is coming from a country in which food safety control has never been that great from the first place, of which it broke out similarly to SARS in the first place. As such, of the three scenarios (wetmarket, lab leakage and bioweapon), the unhygienic wetmarkets holds the most probable and likely event; contrast to the lab leakage whose sources are sporadic and unsubstantial at best or the bioweapon which is pure horseshit. I'm putting my money on the lack of food safety protocols more than anything else. Derpysaurus (talk) 08:46, 18 February 2020 (UTC)
- I may also like to add that misinformation is spreading like wildfire right now, which isn't helped by the fact that half of the world's government has completely dropped the ball in response to the virus (China, Canada, US, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Cambodia, Thailand and the UK for example). As such, I am hella skeptical on what the central government says, let alone statements made by YouTube channels or the news media. The only source I am taking seriously right now are multinational organizations and established medical institutions. I couldn't care less if a theory is taken 'seriously' by the US Senate, given as how it has turned into a political circus and has lost all forms of credibility given the last several months. So IMO, putting this 'theory' as substantial fact when the situation has not been completely and universally verified is unhelpful and risks further spreading misinformation if the theory is proven false given the serious socio-political and economical context of the event. Derpysaurus (talk) 09:08, 18 February 2020 (UTC)