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Meh...2 years ago I thought we were entering a golden age of Space sims. Elite: Dangerous had just come out and was looking really promising for future development, Eve: Valkyrie had recently been announced, Star Citizen was in the oven and No Man's Sky was making the rounds. I was squirming in my man-child pants with uncontrollable glee.Now today dawns. Elite: Dangerous is okay but has such a glacially slow ongoing development that it's greatest features won't be seen til...
So that makes this thread a rumor of a rumor of a rumor.... What's the record? How many rumorceptions of a self-propagating rumor can a rumor on OCN make?
You know.... For some reason I suspect that if you're smart enough to design a graphene chip, you likely understand how the speed of light works....They might just have an ace-rabbit of quantum funkadelity up their sleeve-hats, who knows? I won't, graphene chips are always going to be 5 years away until I die.
16 million copies sold despite the lack of a campaign. EA now considers the lack of a campaign a roaring financial success and makes it standard policy. Thanks gaming community. Keep that pre-order button primed and ready.
A global warming thread on OCN has attracted a bunch of naysayers with broken, unsubstantiated logic to back their claims. Some things never change. Keep it classy guys.
You're thinking wayyyy to hard for Nintendo's level of hardware integration. They just want easy cross-platform communication.Performance enhancing peripherals don't go over well with console owners or manufacturers. Devs most often can't be bothered to spend the extra effort optimizing for them, because it just doesn't increase sales. At all. To use your example, the Nintendo 64 expansion pack, which was cheap a dirt and often came bundled with games, only had 35 games...
As long as Galaxy allows me to download a separate installer for t he game which I can then use to install a completely independent version of the game, I couldn't care less.At this point it's not a games platform or a sales platform, it feels more like a download manager, and that's okay.
I believe the setup I was referring to could be described as the square method, which is neat. I think there are a couple others in the world but they're not so openly accessible.The better error detection is probably what the 5th qubit is for, being used as a control. Depending on how much better the error detection is could push the machine over into the realm of what people consider a "real" quantum computer.So far quantum computers typically match the abilities of...
I don't.... Think.... You know what this is.This isn't taking anyone's job, it just allows the surgeon to do their job remotely. Since a lot of surgeons specialize or perform certain procedures so often that they get to be the top in their field at particular tasks, this allows people to receive that higher level of care without being physically located near these specialist surgeons.It will also allow surgeons to collaborate over long distances without having to travel to...
Each qubit is the possibility of being 1 or 0 until it is checked for it's value, which allows you to do some really weird things with using a third N variable in coding which some people have provided examples of that makes me shake uncontrollably like a nervous terrier trying to pee in the rain.Specifically, it's that N variable that can be used to crack conventional encryption in seconds rather than hundreds of thousands of years, through math-magic that's beyond me.
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