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Nikhil Sadalkar
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my thoughts on this game, its mind blowing i always hoped there was a game like this, i remember playing elite and was blown that i could just go out there and land on planets and find cities and shoot its buildings.
Everything is procedural, great. But what about lore? I dont want to fly around a universe which is beautiful but with no lore or "life". 
Like those ruins with the ship near it can i find out what happened to that ship? where is the captain? what are those ruins? who built them? who controls them?
This is what really needs to be answered. 
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i remember finishing this game when i was in high school it was very annoying, very very frustrating but i still managed to do it. 
some of the levels are very hard, eg : the sewers, the one where you get chased by the ball, the jet level and the one where you race that giant rat xD.
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for god sakes people, please understand the video, its how the news media in india is more worried about profits and sales than serving and informing the people. This has been going on for a long time in Times of India.
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just want to put this here the link provided on the video is old and needs the latest version http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40784 download from here.
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The greatest misunderstanding about hinduism is the caste system. You got the basics right but here is to understand it in more detail. During the vedas it was considered that there were 4 routes to power: Knowledge, weapons, wealth and land. The Vedas had decided that one person can only take one of these routes. There is where the castes came along. Bhramins were people who learned knowledge, they could not posses wealth, weapons or land. Even today there are many bramins who go around teaching and survive on donations. Kshatriyas were warriors who learned to use a weapon. Vaishas are traders so had wealth, and finally the sudras who could possess land. This kind of system meant that if you as a warrior who has just conquered new land wanted to make policy had to consult a bhramin, 
When it first started off the caste system was not rigid, that meant if a child born could choose what they wanted to be. It was treated more like professions. Later on it become more rigid and hereditary.
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You said right. The caste system is not enforced, you make your own choice.
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i love this lady firm and fierce!! 
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it plays like prince of persia.
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i have a couple of questions that i would like to ask, with RNG worlds the problem is always narrative, the reason why games are mainly on rail shooters is because these games are becoming less like games and more like hollywood movies, they are focusing on a story that lasts about 4-6hrs.
with RNG the computer creates the content, what about story and narrative, i mean it created a world that is beautiful to see and explore but then it becomes a painting.
Interest can be built with things like lore, story or events. IN the video i saw bases, ships crashed in water? when i approach the ship will it give me more information like what happened here? who was piloting it? what was the mission? is it of any significance? i hope the ship in the water is not just a prop. 
Those bases who controls them? what is the purpose?
I am really hoping its not going to be look its just a base on a random planet. It will be like this base manufacturers special energy crystals that are unique to this planet, which is used to power a bohemoth space craft called titan under "the empire's" control, if you destroy it you will distrupt their supply and will cause the ships planet destroying weapon to stop working.
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Well I would just like to put this out. Right now quantum computing is really not going any where. Quantum mechanics is all about probability. In a normal bit you get a definite answer eg. 3+3=9 but in a q bit you g get a probability. So right now scientists run the same calculation multiple times and they get an answer like 3+3= 98% 9. I mean think of computer when you click on the save button it will tell you that it did save the data didn't save the data or it saved and didn't save the days at the same time xD.
One very promising section of quantum computing is quantum d entanglement. If we can harness this think about wireless 0ms latency communication. 
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+Phearo Guille Hes right, random() doesnt work in a normal computer, its always a predefined algorithm. Quantum computer are inherently random, given that random() really "works", however everything else also can give rise to random results. So far, quantum computers are only useful for quantum calculations.... The only way I think quantum chip could be useful would be for lets say an extra realistic super mega "physic engine" that is in gaming or as said in the video, loading resources but that also is not significant, the thing would be the entanglement he named, the "invisible link between files".
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omg i love animal :D
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Omg this ad made me cry :(
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Mr murli manohar, great respect to you sir. I am a first time voter and i am really glad i voted for BJP. I want people like him leading our country. 
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    Diploma In computer Science, 2004 - present
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Hi Nikhil Sadalkar here, work as system administrator in Tarun Bharat daily in belgaum karnatak india. You may also know me as the bulk from WOW :D
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