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I'm sure that every single gamer out there has done a difficult objective of some sort, expecting something amzing in return like a new costume for their character, a weapon that pwns.... I don't know, whatever you can think of. You manage to complete this awful task and when you're done all you gain is an achivement... or you get something completely useless.
That's basicly the definition of Deathcon II. I was excited becuase I missed some holiday events and ended up missing out on some really cool items, so I vowed to log on during the holiday event times and claim my items. This year for halloween, they threw out a seriously complicated quest, something involving arranging some stautes, solving a bunch of random numbers and walking in an "L" shape with a chicken.... don't worry about it.... And I actually had to walkthrough the part with the random numbers. I had to decorate a dancefloor with a picture using some random numbers. I'm not sure why they didn't just hand us a picture at be like "here, draw this" because the girl litterally knows what it is, but she makes you go through this rediculous decoding process anyway. I was never good at sudoku, wasn't sure how they expected me to figure out this one.
The other two things were of moderate difficulty dispite the fact that I spent 2 days on the first one, but maybe it was just the numbers... I didn't get it..
The theory of time traveling has been debated over years. Some say that time travel could be possible in the future, I however am not one of those people. I believe that it's not possible unless one impossible event were to occur. If time travel were plausable, the only way for it to be true would be to asume that time somehow records all of the events of earth's history. Sounds easy enough, but for that to be possible time would have to truely exist.
Time in itself if a man made funtion in which we use to dictate how long until the sun rises or sets. So natural time would be day and night. You would then have to figure out what causes day and night. The earth rotates on its axis, and the sun is there or it's not there. Which means that if the earth were to rotate on its axis in the opposite direction, nothing in peticular would happen. So if "time" is caused by the earth, one would have to believe the earth somehow has recorded all of the events of the past. In a way it does, by the patterns in the formation of the earth's surface. The earth can eventually revert to its natural state, but not by going backwards and hitting a reset button, but by letting progression slowly reset everything.
Time in and of itself wasn't programed like a computer to document it's every action. If this were the case Time would have been programed like a super computer, having a large enough hard drive to contain all of the events of past years. Wheather or not you believe in billions of years or a few thousand, to retrace all of the events of either timeline would take an extremely massive hard drive, which at the start of time whenever that was would not have been created, heck computers were created only as early as the 20th century and for the most part could only hold a flie as big as a Word document to just over 1/2 of a 320kb/sec song.
Now some may want to bring up the use of black wholes. That might be a good argument if you can prove in solid evidence that black wholes actually exist. You can't, it's a therory. Unfortunately with no proof an argument such as would be completely useless, although I'm sure many people would like to try, but if you have no eveidence, you can't form a valid argument. I too would like it if time travelling could in fact exist, I want to meet some historical figures, possibly even tell myself not to make certain mistakes, but that is the unfortunate state of reality. I even tested the idea of such happenings. my friends and I vowed that if time traveling were to exist, we would see our future counterparts appear in 3 seconds. Now one of 5 things could have happend:
1. They never did invent time traveling
2. We died before it got invented
3. It was never realesed to the general public
4. Our future counterparts were taken in the second coming of Jesus (that'd be great really...) so technically there was no time in which to invent it.
5. 3 seconds later we'd see our future selves
Number 5 didn't happen which leaves us wondering which of the other 4 did......
I really hate facebook. Or at least I do now. I'm not sure if anyone else is having this problem, but a few of my friends are. For whatever reason, facebook somehow weeds out who your best friend is and from there proceeds to make it so that the two of you never see eachother online. Why? I don't know. Not sure what facebook has against best friends. Maybe the guy who made facebook lost his best friend and is now vowing to rid the world of best friends... or maybe he wants to see if you can sustain close friendships without using facebook. The second one is a little far fetched because that would just defeat the purpose of having an online networking system designed to keep you in touch with your friends... I don't know. that's not the only issue I have though. In general the system that FB now has is cluttered with nonsense. They have chat and messages together, while it sounds like a good idea, I think it might be part of the problems with chat where it won't let you send messages, it warps chat bar... the chat bar itself is annoying if you try and find your friends who are online.
facebook is not the only thing I want to talk about though, I played shadow of the colossus last night... or this morning.... it's hard to say. I got up to the 5th colossi within a few hours of playing, most of it spent on the 1st and 3rd, I havn't beat the 5th yet. Personally I like the story, no matter how vague it may be, starting off with this guy who's carrying this random girl on his horse, who at first I thought was just a random bag, to a weird temple to ask Dormin, a weird talking voice to bring a girl back to life. For the most part nothing about what's going on has been clearly explained, but I believed that they did it that way to bring the idea of imagination into the story. It's a really good game. If you get the chance to play, take it.
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