I’ve always been on the lookout for science references for the most part.
The science references included here, which I was able to find online, are usually for the science in the first place and have been used over and over again for a long time. I recently went to a science reference course at MIT, but found the exercises to be very confusing, especially when it comes to the science reference course. I’d have to pay close attention to the video examples in the first post, but that’s not really what I’d do.
The video examples I found online are usually better than the ones I’ve seen here, but there’s a chance that the exercises aren’t really what they seem to be. I don’t know if this is the case, but I thought I might post a few of my own. In the first post, I’ll list some of my favorites.
One of my favorite quotes is from the video for “The Science of Sound,” by Charles Darwin. It’s a great one for anyone interested in evolution or relativity. Darwin’s theory of evolution says that over millions of years, the different living species have adapted to certain changes in the Earth’s atmosphere and then became extinct. His argument is that the living species has adapted to a new environment.
The main character in the video is a genius scientist named John Paul Gubar. He’s so hilarious he’s called to the dance floor to show off his tricks.
The second and third levels of Life Science: The Finalists. The finalists in the game are the scientists who have lost their minds when the world is turned upside down. They get to live life for free, and their final objective is to defeat this endgame. If you’ve ever met somebody who’s lost his mind, you know that’s a good thing.
Yeah, this game is like a very stupid game in the sense that it takes you through a bunch of science experiments that all have something to do with the endgame. Some of them are kind of crazy, but its still fun nonetheless. Of course, one of the reasons the game is so amazing is because of the fact that it has a really fun music track by the amazing Tila Tequila.
You can play Deathloop on the PC, Xbox 360, and the PlayStation 3. It’s coming to PC this summer.
I should probably mention that the game also has a bunch of weird science experiments, including the one in which the player has to build a giant robot to capture the Visionaries. I’m sure you can imagine more than one way to build one, if you’re interested.
This is a great game for the PS3 because it can be played with all sorts of controllers, from the classic PlayStation joystick to a new controller that can be found in a coffee shop.