Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Facebook bureaucracy collectivism

Now, People just report abuse just by me adding them to the friend list without me saying anything at all. It's corruption is what it is! Got the Facebook bureaucracy going here; its bureaucracy collectivism/monarchy. The elites are always elite getting ever popular. I alerted security, but it doesn't bother. That's what is stupid about it.

Pretty much this

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Greatest Superheroes

20. Dr. Doom (Fantastic 4)
19. Hunter Rose
18. Captain America
17. Wonder Woman
16. The Punisher
15. Iron Man
14. Rorschach (Watchmen)
13 Death (Sandman)
12. The Hulk
11. Jesse Custer (Preacher)
10. The Thing (Fantastic 4)
9. Magneto (Xmen)
8. The Joker (batman)
7. Judge Dredd
6. Dream ((Vertigo)
5. Spiderman
4. Wolverine
3. John Constantine (Hellblazer)
2. Batman
1. Superman (but he should be #30 here)

Today, I bought my first comic paperbacks and hardcover. Xmen Days of Futures Past, the Dark Knight Returns and The Killing Joke. I'll probably stop right there, because comics are defunct.

30 best racing tracks

30. Mushroom City

Game: Mario Kart: Double Dash
Year: 2003

Oncoming traffic, multiple road options, changing colors—this track has everything I look for in a kart track.

29. Smokey Mountain

Game: Gran Turismo 3
Year: 2001

Another great GT track. Want to get comfortable with a car you've been tuning? Work it out on this short mountain course. Sweeping turns, great elevation changes, and unforgiving stages (no run-off = veer and you crash) made it a Gran Turismo favorite.

28. Grand Valley Speedway

Game: Gran Turismo (1-5)
Year: 1998-

This Gran Turismo staple appeared in damn near every installment of the series because it's just that dope. And I'm not just talking about the challenging right-hand hairpin that greets at you at the fifth corner. Turns six through 11 prove perfectly challenging, while the rest of the course allows you to hit some good speeds. Pretty much all you need in a racetrack.

27. Las Vegas

Game: Project Gotham Racing 3
Year: 2005

We usually see Las Vegas while drunk in the back of taxicabs, or through the lens of various horrible TV shows. Project Gotham Racing made me see it in a different light by molding an incredible street course through Sin City. Fly past all your favorite hotels and casinos, but don't lose focus on the glitzy straights: the nearly 90-degree turns are vicious as a Vegas lap dance.

26. Royal Raceway

Game: Mario Kart 64
Year: 1997

A pretty challenging course for a Mario Kart game, Royal Raceway gives you some hairpins and S-turns, and maybe a few rivers for you to fall into for good measure. Don't think of them as water hazards, though, think of them as cheats necessary components of a speed run

25. Rainbow Road

Game: Mario Kart 64
Year: 1997

The original Rainbow Road! We gave props for the F-Zero X rip-off, so you know I had to respect the architect. Basically the same track ripped off by its futuristic competitor, Rainbow Road is one of the greatest video game tracks ever. Very easy to get lost in the colors and find yourself falling in a black hole.

24. London

Game: Midnight Club: Street Racing
Year: 2000

Commercializing the illegal street racing genre, Midnight Club gave you an outlaw's world of freedom in each world/city you raced through. Our favorite was the London race, which directs you through what would otherwise be an open-world track. Think you can get to the finish line faster than the directions? Go 'head.

23. Nissan Speedway

Game: Forza Motorsport 2/3
Year: 2007, 2009

When I wanted to see my newly modified Toyota Supra hit 227 mph, I went straight to the Nissan Speedway oval. OK, so maybe it wasn't the best for actual racing—but for some late-night, hung-over fun, it was awesome.

22. Peach Beach

Game: Mario Kart 64
Year: 1997

By this point, I've all but mastered the surf & turn track that is Peach Beach. I know where the monsters will be, where to place my car so I hit the power-up ramp, and when to use the shell if I am not in first place (right after the turn onto the last pavement straightaway). How do I know all that? Because 13 years ago, that's ALL I EVER DID.

21. Alcatraz

Game: Rush 2
Year: 1998

Don't remember Rush or Rush 2? Don't feel too bad, they I know run-of-the-mill arcade racers. But Rush 2 came with a dope track called Alcatraz that had multiple levels, tight turns, and some crazy ramps. Was it enough to save a place for the game in my memory? Nah. But it was enough to earn it a spot on this list!

20. Trial Mountain Circuit

Game: Gran Turismo
Year: 1998

The original Gran Turismo's Trial Mountain Circuit did just what its name implies—it tried out talents. The track made us realize that Gran Turismo wasn't like all the other racing sims of the time. Not too long, with corners that allow for precise overtaking and tighter turns that would punish those looking for a quick cut. Many a dream was dashed on that circuit.

19. Twilight City

Game: Wave Race 64
Year: 1996

If you haven't noticed by now, I am like colorful tracks and nocturnal environments in future-based racers. What can I say? We're children of the night. People like to hate on Wave Race 64, saying that the game lost its identity and tried to copy F-Zero; they may be right, but it was still great fun. To wit: Twilight City. Color, night, and future. Trifecta!

18. Blue Mountains Raceway

Game: Forza Motorsport
Year: 2005

One of the most popular Forza tracks has you racing through a verdant countryside on a forgiving track that allows you to get a good feel for the dynamics of the game. More of a free cruiser than an actual racetrack, Blue Mountain Raceway is where everyone returned whenever they needed a confidence boost.

17.Florion Height

Game: Wipeout Fusion
Year: 2002

We had to throw a Wipeout track on here just for the fact that they somehow made everything look like you I'm traveling 3,000 mph.

16. New York City

Game: Forza Motorsport 2/3
Year: 2007

Living in New York City, I am always dream of ripping around the city without consequence. The best recreation of NYC has to be Forza's New York City course. It takes you all throughout NYC—from Battery Park to Times Square. We're pretty sure this is what Bernie Ecclestone had in mind for the NYC Formula 1 race circuit. We can only dream.

15. Shanghai

Game: Project Gotham Racing 4
Year: 2002

One of the narrowest tracks on this list, this track modeled on the city of Shanghai really gives you the impression of driving through the megalopolis' cramped conditions. Floor it on straights, then hop back on your brakes for the true 90-degree turns and sweeping lefts. And, yeah, it's a nighttime course.

14. Opera Paris

Game: Gran Turismo for PSP
Year: 2009

While Iwaited for fifth Gran Turismo, I eas treated to a PSP port that promised the same level of gameplay as the console versions. Ican't say that it delivered, but it did offer some interesting new tracks like Opera Paris, which put you smack-dab in the City of Love on a challenging road course. Hopefully its faithful recreation is one of the reasons GT5 has taken so long to see the light of day.

13. Olympic Square

Game: Need for Speed Underground
Year: 2005

If I made a track based in Las Vegas, this is exactly what it would look like. Young, fly and flashy, Olympic Square is perhaps one of the most entertaining courses to race based solely on aesthetics.

12. Motorland

Game: Gran Turismo 4
Year: 2005

Isn't that nice, Gran Turismo gave you the perfect place to practice your car control. Thanks, Kazunori Yamauchi!

11. DK Summit

Game: Mario Kart Wii
Year: 2008

This is the course that took us the longest to master in Mario Kart Wii , but once I learned how to dodge the snow traps on the ramp, I was golden. The key to this snowy course is to, ironically, stay out of the snow. It proved both challenging and fun. Can't ask for more than that.

10. Apricot Hill Raceway

Game: Gran Turismo 4
Year: 2005

At 2.4 miles, the Apricot Raceway is the perfect length. And with 83.7 feet of elevation change, it gives you enough change-ups to keep you on your toes. Classic Gran Turismo.

9. Game: Ridge Racer
Year: 1994

Was there anything more fun to drive than the High Level of the original Ridge Racer? Not in my eyes. It's the course that set the pace for all future RR installments.

8. Deep Forest Raceway

Game: Gran Turismo 2
Year: 1999

Imagine taking a SuperGT spec race car for a spin through the redwood forests in the hilly part of Northern California. Yeah, that's what this course is. Effin' epic. Yet another reason to love the Emerald Triangle. And this one's non-combustible!

7. Port Town

Game: F-Zero
Year: 1990

F-Zero changed my view of what a racing game could be. The game, based on Formula 1 racers from the way, way in the future, had high-powered hover racers and wide, flowing tracks (like my favorite, Port Town) that let them (and us) go nuts.

6. Chicago

Game: Midtown Madness
Year: 1999

I spent most of my time playing in the Cruise mode of Midtown Madness. Instead of racing against others, I just cruised around the seemingly endless expanse of cityscape, acting like I had a driver's license. We've said it before, and I'll say it again: can I please, please get a high-def version for Xbox360?

5. Rome Circuit

Game: Gran Turismo 3

Polyphony outdid themselves with this circuit. Tricky when it needs to be (watch as the road tightens up after certain turns), but still easy to cruise, Rome Circuit carved out a track in the Italian city that looked as good as it was to drive. You know what they say: when in Rome, try not to drive into the Trevi Fountain.

4. LA Freeway

Game: Cruis'n USA
Year: 1994

This is the one video game track I am sure everyone—and maybe even their fathers and mothers—has played. If you lost your composure on the many straightaways, you could be sure to have the front of your car kiss a palm tree (thankfully, there was no damage feature). If you haven't played this course, take your ass down to your local Dave & Buster's and get on it. 16 years later, it's like a hot tub time machine!

3. Banshee Boardwalk

Game: Mario Kart 64
Year: 1997

Dark, gloomy, dangerous—it's everything Mario Kart isn't. And that's why I love it. Yeah, the turns are hard to maneuver, and sure, some of the roadways are too narrow for the whole field. You know what? Life is unfair sometimes. Deal with it.

2. Ice Arena

Game: Gran Turismo 4
Year: 2005

Wait—I can take my cars and race... on ICE? OH HELL YES. Want to perform some real hoonery? Take your 600hp racer out on this track and watch the back kick out before you crash into a wall.

1. Bowser's Castle

Game: Super Mario Kart
Year: 1992

Yep, this is it. Bowser's Castle. The most sinister-looking track on this list. The spot where you could fall and burn to death if you handled an apex wrong. Yeah, it's only Super Mario Kart, and it's not as intricate or as detailed as other tracks and games, but this track struck more fear into our widdle hearts than any other I can think of. That's what racing's about: pushing through the fear. LOLZ! Nah, seriously, I can't think of a more fun game than SMK, and this was—and is—my favorite track from the game. Bong.

Friday, November 25, 2011

Legend of Zelda timeline

I only knew the Ocarina of Time > Majora's Mask > Twilight Princess timeline and the Wind Waker > Phantom Hourglass > Spirit Tracks. I thought that Wind Waker took place before Ocarina of Time. I didn't know where the hell the other games took place. This is pretty important since Ocarina of Time takes #1 at Gamerankings.com with total of 5,000+ games. Of these I've played Legend of Zelda, Link to the Past, Ocarina of Time, Majoras Mask, Wind WAker, Minish Cap, Phantom Hourglass, Twilight Princess, and Skyward Sword.

THE START: The Legend of the Gods and the Hero of Time]

- Before the events of any game in the series the only know event that happens is that the Goddess creates the earth and heavens and stopped an evil called Demise from taking over the world.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Skyward Sword documents the reincarnation of the Goddess Hylia, the ancient battle against a revived Demise and the return of the land in the sky to the surface. During his quest Link must travel through the sky and the land below in order to increase the power of the Goddess Sword. Eventually the Goddess Sword turns it in to the famous Master Sword.
- In between Skyward Sword and the events of the next game three eras pass: The Sky Era, The Era of Chaos - which marks the sealing of the Sacred Realm and The Era of Prosperity – the era in which the Kingdom of Hyrule of first formed.
-The next two games are both set in the fourth ear: The Force Era.
The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
The Minish Cap shows the first true inhabitants of the Kingdom of Hyrule and also marks the rise in power of the Wind Sorcerer Vaati and his untimely death. During the game Link must re-forge an ancient sword that gives him the power to spilt in to four copies of himself.
The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords
Four Swords is a continuation of the story from The Minish Cap. It shows the revival of Vaati, and again shows his death at the hand of the four Links.
- After Four Swords the fifth era begins: The Era of the Hero of Time.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Ocarina of Time shows the rise to power of Ganondorf, a descendant of Demise, who goes on to win the Triforce of Power. Link must travel back and forward through time on many occasions throughout his quest to rescue the Sages and gain the strength necessary to defeat Ganondorf and bring an end to his reign as the King of Evil.
- Here's where things get interesting. After Ocarina of Time there are actually three splits in the timeline, not two as previously believed.

[SPLIT 1: Hyrule's Decline and the Last Hero]

- This timeline, also referenced as timeline C (because nobody knew before now it existed), is what happens after the events of Ocarina of Time if the Hero of Time meets his death against Ganondorf.
- After the death of Link the Sealing War takes place. Without Link to defend Hyrule the Sages take it in to their own hands and seal away Ganondorf themselves in the Sacred Realm. While in the Sacred Realm Ganondorf (now transformed permanently in to Ganon) builds up his power and turns it in to the Dark World.
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

A Link to the Past documents what happens when Ganon has gained enough power to break from the Dark World and wreak havoc on Hyrule once again. Using Agahnim to cover up his plan, Ganon finally reveals himself to Link at the end of the game. Link's objective is to find the Master Sword and rescue the seven Maidens before he can even do battle against the King of Evil.
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages/Oracle of Seasons
After the events of A Link to the Past Link travels away from Hyrule to seek and help other lands after receiving a message from the Triforce, this leads to the events of the Oracle games. The Oracle games can be placed in any order (because the games can be played in any order), and when linked together they show the proper ending. It is revealed that Twinrova are trying to revive Ganon, but once again Link is at hand to save the day.
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening
After the events of the Oracle games Link is traveling back to Hyrule when his boat is caught in a storm at sea which renders him unconscious. This leads to the events of Link's Awakening. The events of Link's Awakening are believed to be a dream, but if you finish the game without dying you see an alternate ending that does hint otherwise.
- After Link's Awakening another ere begins: The Gold Era. The Gold Era is the time where the monarchy of Hyrule use the Triforce to grant their wishes.
- Eventually the Era of Gold starts to decline, ushering in a new era: The Era of Decline.
The Legend of Zelda
In The Legend of Zelda Ganon is revived and kidnaps Princess Zelda in order to acquire the Triforce of Wisdom. But little does he know that Zelda already shattered it in to eight pieces, which the new Link sets off to find before defeating Ganon in a climatic duel, winning the Triforce of Power in the process.
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
The Adventure of Link tells the story of the Hero from the previous game traveling across Hyrule, defeating all the evil to prevent another resurrection of Ganon. When Link succeeds he acquires the Triforce of Courage to go along with the two he found in his previous adventure. He then unifies the Triforce, brings peace to Hyrule and awakens Zelda from her eternal sleep.
- These events bring an end to this timeline.

[SPLIT 2: The Dark World and The Hero's Descendant]

- This split in the timeline documents what happens at the end of the Ocarina of Time if Link succeeds in killing Ganon and travels back in time to a child, thus starting The Child Era. When back as a child Link and Zelda inform the King of Ganondorf's planned treason, so they arrest him and sentence him to death before he can put his plan in to action.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Majora's Mask is only a side story which shows what happens when Link leaves Hyrule and travels in search of a dear friend. Skull Kid, who possesses the Majora's Mask – a fabled mask of untold power, attacks Link while he was riding Epona through the Lost Woods. Skull Kid steals the Ocarina of Time and Epona, and Link gets caught up in a quest to save a town from getting destroyed by a Moon that will fall from the sky in just three days.
- After the events of Majora's Mask Ganondorf receives his death sentence at the hands of the Sages, but when they fail to kill him they open the Mirror of Twilight and send him to the Twilight Realm instead. These events bring and end to the Child Era and start a new one: The Twilight Era.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Twilight Princess roughly takes place 100 years after the events of Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask. While trapped inside the Twilight Realm Ganondorf possesses Zant and grants him his power. Zant then uses this power to take over the Twilight Realm, transform its Queen Midna in to an imp then invade Hyrule and blanket it in Twilight. Link then rids Hyrule of its Twilight, defeats Zant and then confronts and kills the now free Ganondorf.
- After the events of Twilight Princess a new era begins: The Shadow Era.
The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures
Four Swords Adventures marks the resurrection of both Vaati and Ganon, only to see them yet again defeated by a Four Sword wielding Link.
- These events bring an end to this timeline.

[SPLIT 3: The Wind Waker and the New World]

- This split documents what happens at the end of Ocarina of Time to the world in the future when Link travels back in time to his original era. With Ganon sealed all is at peace, but one day Ganon breaks his seal and takes over Hyrule unchallenged now that Link has disappeared. Because of his immense power the people of Hyrule can't defeat him, so they pray to the Gods who flood Hyrule with continual rainfall. These events marked The Era Without the Hero.
- After Hyrule floods a new era begins: The Era of the Great Sea.
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker
The Wink Waker takes place on top of a great sea, underneath which Hyrule once was before it was flooded. The only land still visible here are the mountain tops of Hyrule, and people that survived the flooding managed to populate them. This starts the adventure of The Wind Waker, which sees Link travel across the ocean in an attempt to stop Ganondorf terrorizing the inhabitants of the sea.
- When the events of The Wind Waker come to an end another new era begins: The Era of the Great Voyage.
The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass
After defeating Ganondorf, Tetra and Link set off on a new adventure of discovery to find the fabled Ghost Ship, which is said to contain priceless amounts of treasure. When they find it Tetra jumps on board only for the ship to vanish. With this Link sets off across a new world to find and rescue her.
- When the events of Phantom Hourglass finish a new era eventually beings: The Era of Hyrule's Rebirth. Eventually Link and Tetra discover a new land, which they name the new Hyrule. 100 years pass and their descendants have to fight against a new threat.
The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks
Steam power is the biggest advancement in technology in new Hyrule, as Trains become the main mode of transport. Link and Tetra's descendants must fight against Chancellor Cole and Byrne in order to stop the resurrection of Malladus. They fail to stop his resurrection, but Link goes on to defeat Malladus in a one on one fight.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

The Manchurian Candidate

We now have gutted NASA, thanks to the his Manchurian politics. At least we know where he gets his politics. He gave all our high tech space data to china or at least waiting for China to land to the moon, right? Obamacare is a 5 year plan. There is also a five year plan on offshore drilling. There is a 5 year plan on NASA budget freeze.

I wanted to use the Smith act (18 U.S.C. § 2385) for impeachment, maybe.

The American bureaucracy is the Stalinist bureaucracy carried to its ultimate and logical conclusion. CLR James 1955

Vote in someone else quick or smith act

Saturday, November 19, 2011

OPERA neutrino anomaly

OPERA neutrino anomaly has obsoleted Einstein's Theory of Relativity, because his uses a worse then light-speed algorithm. CERN will have to create an exception using a Theory of neutrino anomaly relativity. They arrived earlier by 60 nsec. Within the Standard-Model Extension (SME theory), various theorists have suggested that the neutrino have tachyonic nature. The faster-than-light propagation is possible without requiring moving objects to have imaginary mass. The Standard-Model Extension (SME theory) explains how neutrinos goes faster than light speed. Nuetrinos are found in nuclear reactors, nuclear bombs. Frederick Reines and Clyde Cowan originally found nuetrinos inside nuclear bombs in 1956.

The spaceships use neutrinos so they must be plasma-based engines and we already have military astronauts in those TAW-50 fighter-bombers running on neutrinos/nuclear fission and magnetic anti-gravity mechanisms to sustain their structural stability with high MACH speeds. We can upgrade those in the near future.

PC-BSD vs. Linux

Windows 7 does not shut down properly sometimes. openSUSE and Linux Mint both shut down everytime. The Linux's goes into a coma for 10 seconds and logs out if you install something. Firefox went into a coma the most in Linux Mint.

Programs on PC-BSD 8.2 never ever went into a 10 second coma or any coma! PC-BSD 9 is supposed to have KDE 4.7.4!

PC-BSD defeats Linux, but not in politics. I'm just saying Jurassic Park ran on IRIX UNIX and UNIX is FREE!

Friday, November 18, 2011

openSUSE 12.1 64-bit review

With the sea-salt whiff of Fedora 16 still hanging in the air, we now have another updated Linux distribution based on the new 3.1 kernel. OpenSUSE 12.1 offers the GNOME 3.2 shell along with KDE, Xfce and LXDE desktop flavors should you prefer something different. There are goodies like Chromium 17 and Firefox 7 and improved server side tools including WebYaST, Horde 4 apps and the ability to run on the Amazon EC2 cloud. The source link below lists plenty more improvements and of course they're all free. Software should also run faster on SUSE machines thanks to the link-time optimisation of GCC 4.6.2.

Here a Windows installation exists in parallel, openSUSE defaults to installing the boot manager in the Linux partition's boot sector and sets the active flag for this partition.

Special highlights are the Btrfs snapshot management tools and the resulting roll-back function in Yast – no other distribution currently offers this functionality. The Yast module doesn't yet allow users to create custom snapshots or delete individual snapshots from the list.

openSUSE 12.1's default browser is Firefox 7, its default email client is Thunderbird 7.0.1, and LibreOffice 3.4.2 is included.

the Packman repository should be enabled in the software manager of openSUSE's Yast admin tool, as it contains various multimedia codecs.

ZFS is copy-on-write, self-healing with 256-bit checksums, supports compression, online pool growth, scales much better than the UFS file-system commonly used on BSD operating systems, supports snapshots, supports deduplication, and the list goes on for the features of this file-system .

Otherwise, BTRFS is a lot faster (3x) with compression enabled than ZFS. BTFS also beats EXT4. At 32 threads of 32MB random writes, Btrfs continued running just fine (36MB/sec) while ZFS dropped to writing at 1.67MB/s, this was barely faster than the UFS+S speed of 1.63MB/s.

Remember BSD 8.2 BSD has slower file system, but more highest security and built for mission critical data like databases like health records that need protection from Chinese.

desktop shells 9.0 - KDE 4.7.2 faster than KDE 4.6.0 in 11.4 and KDE 4.5.5 in PC-BSD 8.2
filesystem 10 - beats ZFS in performance
overall 9.0

My lefty church

In this religion, the dove is the "holy spirit" I don't go to church anymore

Lutheran books (Lutheran Church Missouri Synod)

 Based on  "Forgotten book" edition with added Lutheran bias
 Lutheran Scriptures ( 95 theses )
 Layman terms
 Lutheran (ESV 2k7) biased Bible notes

== ELCA ==

== Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod ==

1984 NIV Lutheran notes
Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS)

 Lutheran Synods Differences

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Friday, November 11, 2011

New arcade stick

I had one HORI real arcade pro 2 for PS2 from 2005 which I never blogged about. I needed another HORI real arcade pro 2 so Ebay gave me a $67 deal. The PS2 versions are 50% cheaper and bought a $4 PS2 to PS3 converter. It is a lot better to pay $67 for this then $120-$200 for the PS3 USB version of the same arcade stick. I believe I am getting commercial cabinet quality joystick and buttons with this HORI brand. I can use it for Tekken 4, 5, 6, Virtua Fighter 4, 5, Blazblue Calamity Trigger and Continuum Shift, Soul Calibur II, III, IV, Street Fighter IV, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Guilty Gear X, Guilty Gear Accent Core, Gradius V, R-Type Final. HORI arcade stick noticeably better than the dual shock 2 and sixaxis.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

US has Type 1 characteristics.

On 2250, the Earth reaches a Type 1 civilization on the Kardashev scale at the current rate. This is achieved by computers with semi-quasi reasoning skills and fusion energy. This is impossible with anything other than fusion power plants. In 2011, Earth's at .72 so hydrogen power plants will make it to .73.

Bottom line, nobody ever needs to be type 1 status with all the spacecraft crashes within 114 years since 1897 Aurora, TX in my opinion. Discovery should be 1000x easier especially with surgical laser instruments on spaceships (Roswell).
Laser Inertial Fusion Energy is supposed to work in 2020 far before any International effort. There is supposed to be a demonstration in 2012.

Newt Gingrich said that our fission reactors are on their last legs and need attention and funding since 2000

All you need is a really, really primitive dyson ring (Dyson swarm) and some lasers for wireless transfer to be Type 1.

Saturday, November 05, 2011

digital distribution

I read a lot on digital distribution of PC games or Virtual Console. I know I saved $3000 on Roms, ISOs and stuff. It mostly was rom games for old consoles in 1999 - 2005, because PCs could emulate old consoles. Search 'roms'.

It seems like the Gamestops and other non-big box stores are beginning to die, because of Rom collecting or ISOs.

I hate Steam. There is zero tolerance for used game ownership. Fortunately, I got out of this through Target gift cards. Electronic Arts encryption is more tolerable, I have to use No-DVD crack on all their newer games just to execute.

I played all the Saturn shooters at least once, and played enough expensive Sega Saturn games for a review. It's nice skip paying $150 just to play Panzer Dragoon Saga or Radiant Silvergun.

I downloaded a few PC games: Monkey Island Special Edition, Monkey Island 2 Special Edition, Battlefield 2142, Spellforce 2, GTR 2, GTR, Formula 1.

The Japanese likes handhelds, because most own DS and PS2 in a large margin. The Nintendo DS came out on top, with 62.1% of the group owning at least one iteration. The PlayStation 2 came in second at 58.5% .New Consoles are 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th place.Japan Loves Old Games, But Not Older Gamers. Things have become far more corporate and structured. Strangulation might follow if changes don’t occur. DS and PSP are more popular in Japan. So Japan won't buy as many new games, yet Americans would.

I'm trying to think on what obsoletes videogame sessions with Americans?

I know it's called Facebook, Farmville. The primary successor is taking pictures for facebook daily. Facebook photos and amateur photography replace videogames all together! People don't want to buy too many games as a result. I am the only person in class of 2003 in St. Croix County (including 2004-2011) who blogs anymore! They're Facebook hardcore posters entitled too much to join Google+ (joined Google+ five months ago) even blogs EXCEPT youtube.

Lesser substitutes are iPad, iPhone, Android OS for photography for flickr or photobucket.

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Vita or Radeon HD 5870

I just got enough money for my birthday for a Playstation Vita or a Radeon HD 5870. I cannot decide which way to go do I am sitting on a fence as far as it goes. I could use the BFGtech Geforce GTX 280 which barely meets Elder Scrolls V high pc requirements. At this point, it is common sense for Christmas 2012 for the Radeon HD 7870 and put my Radeon HD 5970 in my older PC.

Other games I anticipate are Uncharted 3, Elder Scrolls V for PC, Super Mario 3D Land, and then Mass Effect 3 in January.

I'm swamped with college homework since October. I'm coasting through the Gamespot not really hardcore game blogger. I search at night, because I like to think a little bit. I find that comprehending the post is difficult at night so I do lists instead!

For Christmas. The only reason I am getting a laptop is if I am paying electricity. It saves wear and tear on my case fans or 850 watt Power Supply Unit, but mainly it is to reduce the electricity bill. I am probably going to ignore the laptop until the electricity bill bites me in the ass five years from now. If I had digital camera JPEGs, there is nobody important enough to show off too so iPad, what's that? I shown jpegs once on Playstation Portable to my first date in 2005.