If there is any question the assassin's creed games poses its: Is it possible to pass down memories through DNA? How would such a thing be possible even with our years of evolution? The science behind DNA coding and current experiments may surprise you.
If you have ever played cod ghosts you will be surprised to know the death rods from space are actually possible and deadly. Calculating the kinetic force of a rod falling from space proves to have terrifying results
Bullet bill from the classic Mario games has always been the target of frustrated groans and countless virtual lives lost. But using physics and mass to calculate force we find out that this terror of the mushroom kingdom is not all its cracked up to be
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In the videogame mortal combat one of the finishing moves happens to be utilizing sound to explode the other characters head. Using the science of frequencies and the human body matpat tells us all how terrifying silence really is
== > Search on youtube â€œGame theory Metroid Morph ballâ€ and the video will be the first result.
Ever wonder if Samus can REALLY fit into that tiny morph ball of hers without being crushed to bits? Well here is the answer!
Samus is about 6 foot 5 or about 2 meters tall according to the official website. By converting this height into the number of pixels Samus is tall we are able to deduce that the morph ball is about two feet 7 inches or .8 meters tall. That right there is about 41%
== > search on YouTube â€œGame Theorists Assassin creed leap of faithâ€ it will be the first result
in short, no you cannot survive this jump and walk out unscathed. As you probably know any fall exceeding 100 feet would lead to the projectile, A.K.A our beloved Assassin, reaching terminal velocity which means not at all survivable. However 44 people have survived falls from six miles high or 3100 feet out of a plane and survived, out of which 13 freefell without any debris to cling onto.
If you are a Bioshock fan you probably think that the underwater city of rapture is one of the most interesting settings of videogames. But is this undersea utopia actually possible? The answer will surprise you!
== > Search on YouTube â€œGame Theory Raptureâ€ and the video explaining shall be the first result
Even in some of the shallowest parts of the ocean one huge speed bump on the road to creating rapture is the existence of pressure. However, there recently has been a journey into
==> Go to YouTube and search "Game Theory Bioshock infinite" and the video for this post will be the first result.
If you have ever played any of the Bioshock games it is nearly impossible not to be blown away by the sheer majesty and fantastic splendor of the chaotic settings you are dropped into. The settings, while seeming far fetched and impossible give off a realistic feel that drives the emersion home. Columbia, The floating city in the infamous game Bioshock Infinite, is a place y
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