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Hacking In Video Games

Hacking In Video Games

Who knew that hacking could take so many different forms! If a hacking game is too easy, it will make the player feel as though hacking is a mundane chore rather than a clever workaround for their problems. On the flip side, hacking that is too difficult will not pay off in alleviating other challenges in the game, and players will avoid it.

What If I Told You that Video Games are Humanity's Highest Art Form? Hear Me Out

What If I Told You that Video Games are Humanity's Highest Art Form? Hear Me Out

Video games are a new way of experiencing all of the highest forms of human art at once. Furthermore, video games activate a part of our brains that none of the other human arts can. It's the part of your brain that thrives on challenge and improvement.

Light + Water = Hydrogen Powered Engines with New Photocatalytic Anisotrope
Spending Time in Places That Don't Exist

Spending Time in Places That Don't Exist

Why do we love to look at places that we can't go? I say this with the presumption that I'm not the only one because of the sheer volume of fictional places one can easily find while browsing Instagram. I think that fictional places capture our imaginations, but I'm not entirely sure why.

Some real-life places are too far away, or too expensive, or too obscure to travel to. But there are also an infinite number of places that don't really exist that we would also love to visit.


Physicists Discover Small Amounts of Free Harvestable Electrical Energy in Graphene Lattices

Physicists Discover Small Amounts of Free Harvestable Electrical Energy in Graphene Lattices

The naturally-occurring thermal motion of atoms in graphene can be harvested using a special circuit. Violating a long standing assertion by a famous physicist, the impossible has been proven possible. The amount of energy produced is very small, but it could be used to indefinitely power devices with low energy requirements.