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Don't believe the doomsday hype about the putative Planet Nine.Yesterday (April 7), the New York Post published a video claiming that Planet Nine — a hypothesized world in the solar system's far outer reaches — could send asteroids and comets hurtling into Earth soon, with potentially devastating consequences.Nemesis' gravitational pull regularly jostles the faraway comet repository known as the Oort Cloud, the idea goes, sending comets barreling toward Earth — and thus explaining the perceived cycle of mass extinctions on our planet, which seem to occur every 26 million years or so.The Nemesis hypothesis is more scientifically respectable than the Nibiru fairy tale.First of all, the Post's tweet, and the new 30-second video, describe Planet Nine as an officially discovered and confirmed world.This is not the case; astronomers Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown, both of whom are based at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, inferred the planet's existence based on the strange orbits of a half dozen small objects in the Kuiper Belt, the ring of icy bodies beyond Neptune.
While the Detector (added in Phase V) gives you a rough direction, the Fog-of-War, or better: the removal of the ‘fogged’ areas, will add an indicator where you should go next or have already looked for POIs or deposits.
It is now fixed to 500m, which is equal to the discovery distance of deposits/POIs. Yours, Empyrion Dev Team =============== CHANGELOG: Alpha Experimental 8.0.4 (Build 1649) Changes: - Tweaked Fog-of-War shader: fully opaque, added gridlines - Fog-of-War reveal distance is now always 500m independent of detector range Here is a teaser for the next EXP release: Hi everyone, We just wanted to clarify our below statement regarding the A8 release: we are planning to announce the Release Date of Alpha 8 next week - we are not planning to release Alpha 8 next week!
We have read your feedback about the Fog-of-War with a lot of interest - especially your comments regarding a completely opaque Fog-of-War (to keep the mystery for exploration).
" In other Planet Nine news: A new modeling study suggests that, if the putative world actually exists, it's likely about 3.7 times wider than Earth and is downright frosty, with a temperature of about minus 375 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 226 degrees Celsius).
Hi Galactic Survivalists Thanks a lot for your feedback about the Fog-of-War (Fo W).
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We are looking for your feedback right here: https://empyriononline.com/threads/alpha-8-0-exp-fog-of-war.37875/ We also made some changes on the playfield threat layout.