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PC Games / Re: Looking for 'evil' games.
« on: August 14, 2008, 05:20:33 am »
"Hmmm... lets see what happens if I put this cowplant right here... in front of the hungry person..."

****ing ****ing ****!
I could have gotten to Alberquerque today, but yesterday, when I sped to avoid a zombie, I crashed my car into a rock!  Well, I gave my password to the girl, she can post here now under my name.  She's in Alberquerque now.

Storytelling and Roleplaying / Re: Hall of Rejected Universes
« on: August 14, 2008, 03:43:18 am »
Messed up?
And Darth: I think I thought of an even better RU38 plot than "broken travel", though perhaps it could be combined:falling in love with a RU38er.
Reject Universe #40
An infinite number of floating disks, each approximately 20 feet in diameter, float in RU40, immobile.  Men and women constantly fall down, from disk to disk.  They jump from disk to lower disk.  They hunt small creatures that also fall down from disk to disk, that look vaguely like furry white lizards.  Nothing hunts the humans, so they spend most of their time hunting, eating, falling, and mating.  Reproductive rates are massively larger than RU42, and by the end of her life a woman will likely have had over 20 children.
Besides the lizardthings, a plant grows which the lizards eat.  It looks something like a ball covered in hot dogs.  It is rather tasty to humans as well, but not nearly as nutritious as the lizards.
Technology is a little less advanced than modern man's, with the most advanced technology being made of steam engines.  Society is vastly different from that of RU42ian's.  A major reason for this traces back a long ways into their history.  Though society was not sexist for one gender, a major taboo was battles between men and women.  Thus, the gesture of a handshake, which evolved in most societies to prove that neither had a weapon in hand, never formed between males and females.  Thus, the equivelent gesture over time became mating.  Unlike most societies where mating bonds were formed, and emotions specific to mating formed, it became something completely normal.  The only censors were on violence.  However, the urge to censor violence grew as there was little else to censor.  Though wars develop in RU40, any citizen who was not a soldier could not tell you that as even the news media is prohibited from talking about it.  Not only are war secrets secret, but the wars themselves are secret.  The government does not like this as it means it can only get soldiers via drafting, leaving the countries rather unpatriotic.

And A Special Feature
Insert's Universe
Insert's Universe used to be like... something, but no-one can remember.  It has been bulldozed away and replaced with an entirely manmade universe.  Floating city-sized bubbles are controlled by people to connect in different ways.  Insert owns three of them:A laboratory city, a factory city, and a city as a private home for him and his more close partners.
In Insert's universe, a handy device called a Holographic Autodisplay Litithicium Organ.  It is a small device that one swallows.  Afterwards, a ring-shaped computer about a foot in diameter will form inside one's head and float on top of it.  Then, at business meetings, you can display holograms of graphs, charts, prototypes, or whatever one wants to display.
A much more sinister device called the Hearttaker Oscillating Ripping Nicknacks, a highly illegal and dangerous device, consists of two small cones.  When one puts them on his head, one on each side, they can drain energy from your soul and shoot it out as a weapon.  Using it is addictive, and one is less human every time it is used.  Naats attempted to assasinate Insert with it shortly after the corruption of RU11, but failed and only created a large hole in the food he was eating.

Special Contest!
From now on, I will be running the Multiversal Travel Bureau Contest!  We will start with RU1.
1. You must make an advertisement for the universe as a tourist attraction in comic form.
2. When I get three comics, I will judge.
3. I will judge on artwork, creativity of format, and ammount of information presented.  Bonus if you weave a story in.
4. I will edit the post and illustrate the universe with the winner.
5. Then we move on to the next universe for the contest.
Soon:Reject Universe #41

Spore: Creation Corner / Re: Project: Spore Cartoon
« on: August 13, 2008, 11:29:38 pm »
You know, just a suggestion, but if we're doing a cartoon, maybe we should pick some creatures as comic relief.  Like maybe occasionally we could cut to the Elbeasts, doing their own little stupid arrogant eating thing.  Hilariously stupid things could potentially make them the French.  Or if you are french, the french equivelent of the french. Or what about the Mon-Krai?  They're penguins.  They're inherently... well, either cute, funny or awesome.  Pick yourself.

Storytelling and Roleplaying / Re: Hall of Rejected Universes
« on: August 13, 2008, 11:24:52 pm »
Thanks.  I appreciate longer opinions like this (though you said via PM that you'd evventually do all of those when I hit 42).
Reject Universe #39.
Insert decided after making RU38 that he would stop something.  Every single universe made him do a doubletake when he saw his computing bill at the end of the month he completed it in.  Quite simply, the calculations required to keep everything running in the universes cost far too much.  He decided to do something to stop this.  Thus, he created the Kingdom of Mathos.  The Kingdom of Mathos condenses calculations to one universe. At first, one would think it was an infinite casino floor.  It is, but it is not technically gambling as every single inhabitant of the universe has an infinite ammount of money, so the inhabitants merely play to be amused at the results.  Every slot machine has a different probabability of winning in various ammounts, and as the land is infinite and infinite humans are constantly playing, the results are used to create results for chances in all the universes.  But, though males and females alike play at the slot machines, the female players are sterile.  Only the Queens mate.  The Queens live on the dance floors.  They dance and sing like any performer.  However, rather than singing predetermined words, screenreaders feed them equations to solve, which they solve to music while dancing.  They are very intelligent and have not made a mistake yet, despite RU39 having been around for billions of years and there being an infinite quantity of them.  Their answers feed definitive results to the other universes.  Food consists of meat and water that appears in front of people when they are hungry or thirsty.  Normally this would be unacceptable, but Insert was trying to create a tool, not the perfect universe.
And soon:Reject Universe #40 and More

To the people who complained about unscientificness:

Storytelling and Roleplaying / Re: Hall of Rejected Universes
« on: August 13, 2008, 10:20:59 pm »
Reject Universe #38
RU38 simply cannot have much written upon it as it changes very quickly and it would soon be out of date.  You see, rather than the forces being normally attractive and repellent in different ammounts, they vary.  The universe oscillates over a six week period.  At first, the universe is one tightly packed ball as all forces are attractive.  After an hour, the ball spreads throughout the entire universe in a huge explosion as the forces become normal and stable.  Every time, humans are created on some planet.  They are created as if they were going about their average lives, with all buildings and technology of their society created with them.  After three weeks, the stable period ends.  All forces become repellent, and all matter spreads completely evenly through the universe, each particle several feet from the other particle.  After an hour of this, it becomes stable for three more weeks, humans being created again, in a completely different society, before going back to being a tightly packed ball.  This repeats ad infinitum.  It is rather tragic and Insert regrets it.
Special Preview
From now on, on multiples of ten starting on RU40, along with the normal RU I will put in some information on either Insert's universe, the art of Universecrafting, or the multiversal structure.
Next:Reject Universe #39

Storytelling and Roleplaying / Re: Hall of Rejected Universes
« on: August 04, 2008, 04:41:31 pm »
Yeah, I'm excited, plenty!
Reject Universe #37
Before a Mentcrack (a metauniversal phenomenon that lets ideas seep from one universe to another) brought the concept of Naziism to RU42, it existed in RU37.  A project to create a teleporting warrior plant was in process.  However, something went wrong.  The plant decided it was superior to all.  It teleported itself to the center of the Earth and captured humans.  The rest of the humans it teleported magma into.  It placed thousands of babies of itself along the surface of the Earth.  Humans became slaves to the Naziplants.  The plants forced a symbiotic relationship with humans.  Humans had portals inside their body that teleported food to the plants.  The humans must follow the plant's instructions.  Free will still exists- but not following the plant's instructions will result in quick death by magma.  The plants, called Pods to show that they are even superior to their creators the Nazis, have a honeycomb membrane at the outermost area of a sphere, which controls intelligence and human instructions.  Further in is a food collecting honeycomb membrane to collect teleported food.  At the center of the sphere is a ball that controls all of the teleportation (there are teleporters in each cell) and has a mass of magma for human disposal.
Soon-Reject Universe #38

Storytelling and Roleplaying / Re: Hall of Rejected Universes
« on: August 04, 2008, 04:22:05 pm »
Reject Universe #36
A long time ago, RU36 was much like our own.  However, war broke out.  No-one remembers what the war was over.  However, the bombs dropped decayed the very fabric of RU36.  The universe would clearly collapse soon.  Fortunately, the scientists in RU36 were very intelligent.  They implanted everyone in the universe into a new, escapist universe.  It was nearly like a video game, but with infinite realism.  It was like a high-tech game of laser tag.  It was an infinite, three dimensional, dark maze.  There were three factions, the reds, the blues, and the yellows.  Random devices in the wall could do various things.  There were two kinds of laser, destroying, which took away health, and repairing, which added health.  Destroyers were orange, repairers green.  If the lasers had stripes, it would only affect those of the faction that had the stripes (red-striped-oranges would only damage reds for instance).  Each faction's goal was to destroy the other faction's men as many times as possible.  Like in video games, when you die you come back to life, and like in video games there is no pain.  Reproduction is neccasary to produce more players.  If the two mates are the same faction, the baby is of that faction.  If the two mates are of different factions, the baby is of the faction belonging to neither mate.
There is many wildlife.  They act as factionless laser-shooting enemies.  They come in infinite varieties (They are procedurally generated).
And Next-Reject Universe #37

Yikes!  I lost internet for a while.  Oh well.  I'll say some good and bad things that happened for a while.
A while ago, Reno was shut down.  Everyone left, but my dad was killed by zombies right in front of me.  My mom told me to keep going, she was too weak to come with me.  I'm guessing she was dead.
I trekked a long while, and I got internet for a short while.  I decided email was more important than the forum, so I checked. I sent an email to this girl back in Houston who I was thinking about dating but never got to it.
I'm trying to get to Albequerque.  I heard they still have more or less protection there.
And, today, when I got internet on my way, it turned out that the girl survived!  She's trying to get to Albequerque too.  I suppose I'll meet her there.  She was actually using email while I checked, so we have an adress to meet at in Albequerque.

Storytelling and Roleplaying / Re: Hall of Rejected Universes
« on: August 04, 2008, 03:50:41 pm »
Confirming I am still among the living.
Reject Universe #35
RU35 is infinite and flat like several others.  However, there are in fact two seperate layers of it.  One, at the bottom, is ignorant from the layer 20 feet above it.  There are many holes in the top layer, in organized patterns.  There is one circular hole at every point in a grid formed on the top layer.  The top layer, unbeknownst to the bottom layer, rules the bottom layer secretly.
Biology and Life Cycle
There are several differences between our life cycle and the RU35ers.  For instance, puberty comes with the first major growth spurt, meaning most people who can walk can reproduce.  Of course they do not, just like teenagers generally do not reproduce despite being capable in RU42.  Additionally, all are born in the top layer.  At the age of 17, memory is erased, the person is sterilized, and they are dropped to the bottom layer with a severe lack of curiosity of the top layer added into their mind.  All pregnancies must be teen pregnancies in RU35- of course, that does not matter as humans socially mature much quicker.  The equivelent issue to teen pregnancy is Siddi pregnancy (Siddi being an over-time abbreviation of "Single Digit").
There are only three species in RU35- humans, Calmsticks, odd plants that taste something like chicken, and Happibares.  Happibares evolved to look cute - they look something like a white teddy bear- but are very deadly.  You can die in one of two ways from a Happibare.  One is making eye contact.  This is arguably the best way to go in the multiverse.  You feel euphoria, you get all the jokes you never got before.  Then you die.  The other is eating its meat.  This causes your eyes to quit functioning properly, making you cry until you drown.
Next- Reject Universe #35

Spore: General / Re: Spore Developer Walkthrough video
« on: July 25, 2008, 10:20:06 am »
We've seen it in the videos.  You move your mouse over "vehicle", and then all the subeditors appear.  We know what editors there are, we're just arguing over whether or not a subeditor is an editor.

Everything Else / Re: Evolution yes/no
« on: July 25, 2008, 09:32:24 am »
No-one answered my hypothetical question about what system of genetic inheritance was in place before incest became bad in the eyes of God (Mendelian genetics wouldn't allow for inbreeding without drastic effects)
You know how people a long time ago had long life spans?

Everything Else / Re: Evolution yes/no
« on: July 25, 2008, 07:17:42 am »
Exactly.  Which means my argument was against "athiest evolution" and not "theist evolution".

Everything Else / Re: Evolution yes/no
« on: July 25, 2008, 05:58:29 am »
Yeah, you're right.  I think the problem is athiests who can't tell "thought" from "intelligence".

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