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so how much could the death star generate in one blast? the death star in return of the jedi used a 20 gigaton blast that killed everyone in that whole galaxy except for the emperor and supreme leader. in the force awakens (2015), the death star fired a star wars-style twin laser shot. its sole purpose was to destroy the planet of alderaan. the death star in rogue one (2016) fired what we believe was a star wars-style double barrel laser shot at the rebel flagship. again, its sole purpose was to destroy it. the death star in the last jedi (2017) used a torrent of doublebarreled laser beams, aimed at the derelict millennium falcon that was its primary target. from watching all of these movies, we can conclude that a death star can generate such a laser blast. a blast that if it hits the center of the planet, will vaporize every life on the planet and make a black hole where that planet was.
but what if we could blow up a planet and then use that same laser to power a death star? the star wars galaxy has many planets. there are roughly two dozen in the six movies that we have so far seen. if you total the power of all of the death stars in the star wars canon, that means a single death star could use 4.8 petawatts (4.8 x 1015 watts). if this is the case, and we assume that every power generator is a star, you would expect to find a bunch of suns shining away on the star wars galaxy.
the arolsen archives is supported by the german federal archives. since 1948, it has been the central research institution for the investigation of nazi persecution and nazi crimes, acting as a voice of the victims of nazi persecution. the collection of the archives consists of archival documents concerning the persecution of the jewish people. today, the arolsen archives holds records on more than 17 million people who were persecuted by the nazis. it was in the 1990s that the arolsen archives started systematically recording names and other records of forced laborers, here they are in complete knowledge and at the ready. d8a7b2ff72
discovering the music of throbbing gristle could be an experience a lot of people and may never make, but youve got to try and at least have a listen to the band if you dont have already heard of them.
cynicism is a well known ailment amongst followers of the music industry, and modern music is no different. however, the music we are listening to today isn't even that popular with the general public (yet). from house music and techno to electro, idm and hip hop, there are so many great and bizarre bands out there that theres no reason you cant experience it all.
in 1982, rapper, producer, author and philanthropist ice-t released his 2nd album as a solo artist, pray for the wicked and the first album i ever owned. while it doesnt hold a candle to ice-t himself in terms of hip hop production, the album is a solid record that displays not only ice-ts skills as a lyrical and musical artist, but also his personal outlook on life and how it applies to the world of hip hop.
one of the most prominent figures in hip hop music has got to be krs one, whose career began in 1979. if hes your usual rapper, hes generally considered a legend. he got caught in the crossfire of a gun battle during 1988, and his subsequent paranoia would lead to his time on death row records, and eventually a few months in jail. still, he managed to draw on the experiences from this and his career as a solo artist in many ways, creating some of the most recognizable tracks in hip hop, like my mind is on somebody else, i see the future and the legendary aka (quite pleased to meet ya). his latest album, exit music, is arguably his most successful album yet.