1. panel, girl: "There is strong evidence that the universe is flat and infinite."
2. panel, girl: "The number of distinct quantum states that can occur in a fixed amount of space is finite, though. It's only around 10^(10^122) for the observable universe according to professor Brian Greene."
3. panel, girl: "Do I have to say more?"
3. panel, mother: "That's all very well, Yuna..."
I mean, it does sound like a discourse between scientists and the government, but...
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Honestly, if anyone really wanted to make a case for "nothing to hide, nothing to fear", they should play the Orwell games. Both give very good examples for what will happen inevitably.
Me, 5 hours ago: "Let's play some KSP!"
Me, now: "Whoops. Didn't even start KSP yet. I lost myself in spreadsheets."
Stratzenblitz75, this is all your fault!
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Tried Club-Mate for the first time today. Tasted okay.
[Poll] Let's do a wisdom-of-the-crowd experiment.
If we were to choose a random answer among four, each of them would get ~25% of the votes.
But are we able to distribute our votes according to the percentages shown below? (If you can't see them, they are 5, 10, 25, and 60%.)
Don't cheat by using your alt accounts Boosts are welcome!
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