September 07, 2005

Geek, reporting for duty!

This is awesome!

A comparison of the scale of the ships from nearly all of your favorite Sci-Fi worlds. There are also a couple of real ships thrown in for comparison.

You know what they say about men and the size of their vehicles.....
So what does that say about this guy? I guess that would also explain the light saber....

(h/t Harvey)

Posted by caltechgirl at September 7, 2005 11:17 AM | TrackBack

Hey now... sometimes the best way to exterminate the enemy is to have the biggest baddest ship in the galaxy... and why wasn't the Death Star on there? There were other space stations on that list.

Posted by: Contagion at September 7, 2005 12:02 PM

I came over here, to your house, via your congrats comment on Jawa. Good to see someone rescued like that.

Just flabberghasted at the professionalism of a person's site who studies all things *spaceship*.

Did you know that vast numbers of Canadians appreciate the scrifices you all are making to keep the Al Qaeda plague away from our collective doorsteps? Well thanks.

Sure wish our dipstick ex-pimpl... premiere Chretien had thrown our support your way when it mattered most. What kin ya doo? He was regarded as something of a clown by many internationally.

Sorry about the huge Katrina hit you are suffering. I used to live west of it in Corpus Christi Texas. Loved Padre Island and Corpus.

I'm on Vancouver Island B.C. - debate on SmallDeadAnimals, and have a refernce blog at Drop by sometime. It can get heated on SDA.

Posted by: TonyGuitar at September 7, 2005 03:18 PM

I don't care how big and bad ass the Star Wars stuff is. A Shadow or Vorlon cruiser will give it more than it's run for the money.

But I think the Federation's efficiency of size vs power is a great idea.

But it just shows where my biases are in regards to the best Sci Fi shows around. As much as I like Farscape, their warships never really impressed me.

Posted by: Bill at September 7, 2005 07:47 PM

They forgot the Deep Space Bombardment Force

fixed here

Posted by: Norden at September 8, 2005 05:34 PM