I'm not exactly sure what you mean by a blue spectrum, but I am sure that if I don't know what it means, few others will know either. --Dthaiger 15:26, 24 May 2006 (UTC)

Maybe the ray of blue light that CABAL's Obelisks emitted? Red (650nm) and blue (475nm) light are on opposite sides of the light spectrum and as they have different wave lenghts. So CABAL might have overcome the technical difficulties by combining both blue and red lasers. But this might go a little bit into fan-fiction here. --Agaiz 15:45, 24 May 2006 (UTC)

It doesn't change the storyline though- that amount of filling in the gaps is acceptible I think. It's not as if anyone else is going to think of anything better. Come to think of it, maybe blue lasers are better, with all the new "blu-ray" dvd's... --Snow93 19:26, 25 May 2006 (UTC)

That's not what one means when one says 'spectrum.' When someone mentions blue spectrum, I'm thinking black body radiation, which follows a gaussian distribution of intensity with peak amplitude at blue, and has nothing to do with the red and blue laser beam. --Dthaiger 19:30, 25 May 2006 (UTC)

How would you change the phrase so it makes more sense? Because I don't think that too many people will know what is meant if we go adding to much scientific stuff like the Kirchhoff theorem. Maybe we should just write something like I wrote above "By combining blue and red laser emitters CABAL was able to overcome some of the limitations of older Obelisks" - What do you think? --Agaiz 08:15, 26 May 2006 (UTC)

Fine --Snow93 10:01, 26 May 2006 (UTC)

That sounds fine to me as well --Dthaiger 14:54, 26 May 2006 (UTC)

Candidate for featured article 6-11-06. --Dthaiger 23:02, 9 June 2006 (UTC). Any objections?

Well Obelisks represent something. HATE! Obelisks hate jets, it hates the infantry that swarmed it, it hates the tanks and it hates the artillery. Obelisk of Darkness hates the way that fancy Orca Bomber do bombing runs and it hate ground units that walks near it.(Assaulthead 02:43, 23 October 2007 (UTC))

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