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nice idea, but where do we get the $850 triilion? And that is just raw materials, that doesn’t factor in labor costs, transportation of materials or anything like that. Not to mention how long construction would take.
So, now that Lucas will no longer be in charge of the Star Wars universe maybe we can see some changes.
-the new Prequel Special Edition where they edit out Jar Jar and get a decent actor to play Anakin.
-Joss Whedon can direct Episode VII(you’re welcome internet)
-without that old man holding us back who knows what could happen???
It has been announced that George Lucas is Selling LucasFilms to Disney. ALong with all of it’s holdings which include Lucasfilm Ltd., LucasArts, Industrial Light & Magic, and Skywalker Sound.
Rumors of Star Wars VII are already flying about.
I am not sure how I feel about this
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“It’s the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs.”
This is a commonly misunderstood line from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
A parsec is a unit of astronomical distance, equal to about 3.26 light years(or 30.9 trillion km or 19.2 trillion miles). The Kessel Run is heavily used route through the Maw Cluster. The Maw Cluster is a dense concentration of black holes located near the planet Kessel(the planet where glitterstim spice is found). The standard Kessel Run is an 18 parsec route, used by smugglers to avoid Imperial patrols. Han found a shorter and much riskier route that took him closer to the black holes. Since his route cut almost a third of the distance it took less time to get to Kessel and back out with his illegal cargo.
SO, to clarify, in A New Hope Han was saying he found a shorter route. he was not talking directly about time, but distance. However it also would have taken less time since he had less distance to cover.
People can now stop ignorantly using parsec as a unit of time or saying that the line doesn’t make sense.
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