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servers in Antarctica?

Postby wmm » Sat May 08, 2010 5:24 pm

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Re: servers in Antarctica?

Postby markko234 » Sun May 09, 2010 2:59 pm

For the penguins? lol Or those Japs whalers to play on their boat?
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Re: servers in Antarctica?

Postby Kycer » Sun May 09, 2010 3:48 pm

markko234 wrote:For the penguins? lol Or those Japs whalers to play on their boat?


prolly for researchers at antartica about 50,000 people in antartica at summer times and about 1.000 research facilities n stuff
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Re: servers in Antarctica?

Postby markko234 » Sun May 09, 2010 4:09 pm

Kycer wrote:
markko234 wrote:For the penguins? lol Or those Japs whalers to play on their boat?


dude have you heard of FAZ ? its the 1st and only underground CITY in Antarctica..... EVERYWHERE is populated just the Density is different .
Cities like the GRANITE city of Delpha and Dell the city with beaches Rival any other place!
The capital called URDZ is basically nearly populated for over 40,000 Years ! ... dude please GET OUT OF the HOLE your living in!

my scource :
http://www.ralphrobertmoore.com/arc-cities.htm

You think I'm stupid enough to be fooled by you? Seems like only your source that says Antarctica has underground city....WTF. There's only research stations in Antarctica. Not even Wikipedia says that.

Read this man : http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index ... 418AAmwXik

Please,be awake from your fantasy. If Antarctica really got city like FAZ, Discovery or Natgeo would have documented that.

Sometimes, being in the HOLE is better than flying in the sky.
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Re: servers in Antarctica?

Postby Kycer » Sun May 09, 2010 4:16 pm

markko234 wrote:
Kycer wrote:
markko234 wrote:For the penguins? lol Or those Japs whalers to play on their boat?


dude have you heard of FAZ ? its the 1st and only underground CITY in Antarctica..... EVERYWHERE is populated just the Density is different .
Cities like the GRANITE city of Delpha and Dell the city with beaches Rival any other place!
The capital called URDZ is basically nearly populated for over 40,000 Years ! ... dude please GET OUT OF the HOLE your living in!

my scource :
http://www.ralphrobertmoore.com/arc-cities.htm

You think I'm stupid enough to be fooled by you? Seems like only your source that says Antarctica has underground city....WTF. There's only research stations in Antarctica. Not even Wikipedia says that.

Read this man : http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index ... 418AAmwXik

Please,be awake from your fantasy. If Antarctica really got city like FAZ, Discovery or Natgeo would have documented that.


My bad sorry researched wrong ppl .. stupid blog got me off but its ove 1,000 research sites still has at lest few hundred players .
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Re: servers in Antarctica?

Postby markko234 » Sun May 09, 2010 4:34 pm

Kycer wrote:
markko234 wrote:For the penguins? lol Or those Japs whalers to play on their boat?


prolly for researchers at antartica about 50,000 people in antartica at summer times and about 1.000 research facilities n stuff

Only 5,000 ok? Less one 0.

Do they even had an internet service provider? Maybe yes. But not sure. But there's one internet service they can use. Satellite internet. But for gaming? WTF.

Read this -----> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satellite_ ... al_latency
The signal delay can be as much as 250 milliseconds to 900 milliseconds (one way), which makes this service unusable for applications requiring real-time user input, such as online games or remote surgery. This delay can be irritating with interactive applications, such as VoIP, videoconferencing, or other person to person communication. The functionality of live interactive access to a distant computer can also be subject to the problems caused by high latency. However these problems are more than tolerable for basic email access and web browsing, and in most cases are barely noticeable.


Jeez, you're double pawned.

[Forget to add] Anyway, back to the topic.
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Re: servers in Antarctica?

Postby MetalHead » Sun May 09, 2010 7:47 pm

Hey, in fact their internet are way faster then us.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McMurdo_Station
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Re: servers in Antarctica?

Postby Athrun_zala_faith » Sun May 09, 2010 7:51 pm

MetalHead wrote:Hey, in fact their internet are way faster then us.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McMurdo_Station



McMurdo Station receives both Internet and voice communications by satellite communications with NASA's NPOESS Satellite. A satellite dish at Black Island provides 20Mbit/s Internet connectivity and voice communications. Voice communications are tied into the Raytheon Polar Services Company's headquarters in Centennial, Colorado providing inbound and outbound calls to McMurdo from the US.

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