So I just got through probably the single greatest gaming experience of my life: Frog Fractions.
At the start it seems simple and silly, but stick with it. It's amazing.
In case you guys hadn't heard, Peter Molyneux's new game just came out. It is a simple game where you tap away at tiny squares on a huge cube to reveal pictures and new layers, but there's a catch. Eventually, the cube will be completely revealed and the person to tap the very last block will receive a video message that Molyneux promises to be "life-changing". It could be directions to find a million dollars, the cure to cancer or a rick roll. We don't know and may never know.
What do you guys think?
Came across this article the other day:
To give you guys some background, IMB's Mira (the third fastest super-computer in the world) ran a simulation to roughly model the first couple billion years after the Big Bang. This gave rise to the idea that simulating physics on the fundamental level of strong nuclear force would be nearly indistinguishable from how the universe actually operates.
As far as we understand, we would not be able to tell the difference between the "real" universe and a simulated one, except for a geometric lattice that the simulated universe builds itself around. With clever analysis and experimentation of certain celestial radiation, we may be able to find if that lattice exists and particles bend to follow its path.
Pretty heavy stuff, right? Just wanted to know what you guys think.
2019 years agoBottleGnomes