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Re: Josh's Next Project

Duck: I don't feel that it was clear, hinted at maybe. (Definitely if you take into account the use of human body temp as power...) Neo sees the real world as code towards the end; he manages to stop machines in the real world; he travels between "the Matrix" and "the real world" without being plug...

Re: Children of a Dead Earth

Yes, we should do that. *BUT* we should put in a set of limitations. Eg: No reactors on the edge of meltdown. (as per the restrictions for this challenge ) No modded materials ( to prevent us using Carbon Nanotubes, which are Literal Space Magic ) A Fleet total Tonnage of less than 200 MT A Fleet to...

Re: Josh's Next Project

Yeah, my original split isn't between hard/soft, as FTL is soft SciFi, but SciFi covers soft through hard. It's more between Literal Space Magic, and Sufficiently Advanced Technology. Duck: I don't feel that it was clear, hinted at maybe. (Definitely if you take into account the use of human body te...

Re: Josh's Next Project

No, no. Tal, Firefly falls into Science Fiction, it doesnt introduce magical forces of any sorts, just uses things that COULD maybe be science. Artificial Gravity, and Fast (but not specified as FTL) engines. Mass Effect is definitely Space Magic, and thus SciFa. Star Trek, it depends on the season,...

Re: Josh's Next Project

Like I said, I could use this for Goatbot, but I seldom see datasets that are as... overly complicated as Goatbot has gotten. Goatbot, after all, was designed to break particular rules around separation of concerns and around data hierarchies. Mostly because I couldn't be bothered thinking my way ar...

Re: Josh's Next Project

God i still dont get you guys' excitement with the nodal interface stuff. Yeah, it looks cool. But for handling lists its hell, and most stuff i do on my computer is handling lists I agree with Corno, for any meaningful interaction it's useless. It may be somewhat useful to display deep objects lik...

Re: Fallout 76

What, you mean like Elder Scrolls Online, managed by BethSoft's Zenimax sister company? The existence of ESO suggests to me that they wouldn't hate having an online game set in the world of Bethesda's other major franchise. Again, though, June 10 should clear up most of this. (I hope.) Ah, but Zeni...

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