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by Corribus
Jan 21 2011, 1:38
Forum: Campfire
Topic: RT Game Thread: Rules & Regs
Replies: 645
Views: 94007

How about a game where we discuss topics that actually have some potential to engage our minds, like politics, religion or philosophy?

Oh, right. Outlawed.

Hmmm... how about a game where we post random words and make funny-sounding but grammatically incorrect sentences?? :oex:
by Corribus
Jan 9 2011, 18:27
Forum: Campfire
Topic: In Memoriam...
Replies: 363
Views: 106530

That sucks, man.

Nothing much else to say really. That sucks.
by Corribus
Oct 12 2010, 15:17
Forum: Campfire
Topic: This Physics question
Replies: 21
Views: 5237

Sorry, yes, that was a figure of speech not meant to be taken literally.
by Corribus
Oct 12 2010, 13:35
Forum: Campfire
Topic: This Physics question
Replies: 21
Views: 5237

I see no formulas in this thread.
by Corribus
Oct 11 2010, 22:20
Forum: Campfire
Topic: What are you currently reading?
Replies: 614
Views: 131804

Xenocide, by Orson Scott Card
by Corribus
Oct 11 2010, 22:19
Forum: Campfire
Topic: This Physics question
Replies: 21
Views: 5237

By the way, there is this thread from the last time Banedon was having trouble with entropy, which might be useful.
by Corribus
Oct 11 2010, 22:03
Forum: Campfire
Topic: This Physics question
Replies: 21
Views: 5237

Thank you. By the way, to address the original question: the cause of Banedon's confusion is his error in thinking that what's "good" for the shopper makes any difference. It doesn't. For that matter, "neatness" and "order" have nothing really to do with entropy either....
by Corribus
Oct 11 2010, 19:46
Forum: Campfire
Topic: This Physics question
Replies: 21
Views: 5237

Full shelves and empty cart: low entropy. Depleted shelves and full cart: higher entropy. (to a point) Let's make this simple. Suppose the super market has only 1000 cans of tomato soup, and we can put some artificial numerical label on them. In the former case, all the 1000 cans are on the shelves....
by Corribus
Sep 2 2010, 14:54
Forum: Heroes I-IV
Topic: Timothy Duncan's Heroes 2 Maps and Agent of Heaven Campaign
Replies: 38
Views: 28336

You're all in luck - I found the campaign files and will upload them as Kalah suggested. Actually I have found all of my H2 maps. They are: Brothers Troy Cavel's Games Edfupupi Lah Golden Range Heat Ludicrosity Nosferatu (AW Award Winner) Quadruplets Starfire Starfire (Multiplayer) The Cabal Threedo...
by Corribus
Aug 31 2010, 21:56
Forum: Campfire
Topic: Any other old forum people coming back now that H6 started?
Replies: 55
Views: 15626

I poke in from time to time. As a matter of clarification: I "left" because I found the restrictive censorship and overzealous moderating* here to be irritating. Without any active HOMM discussion, there just wasn't much here for me. Perhaps as H6 activity increases, I will return more fre...
by Corribus
Aug 31 2010, 21:16
Forum: Campfire
Topic: Welcome! Come and introduce yourself
Replies: 303
Views: 124573

little titan is still hanging around driving everyone crazy, I see. I guess nothing really changes.

Hey, who else misses D. Lucifer? :devious:
by Corribus
Aug 31 2010, 21:10
Forum: Heroes I-IV
Topic: Timothy Duncan's Heroes 2 Maps and Agent of Heaven Campaign
Replies: 38
Views: 28336

I heard through the grapevine that my name was uttered here. Well, cjlee, you're in luck. I do believe I still have this series of maps on my portable hard drive. Now the question is: where shall I upload it?
by Corribus
Jun 8 2010, 13:43
Forum: Campfire
Topic: The Absence Thread
Replies: 2201
Views: 228313

Yeah, you gotta be quick!
by Corribus
Jun 8 2010, 1:33
Forum: Campfire
Topic: The Absence Thread
Replies: 2201
Views: 228313

Add me to that list. Just dropping by to say hello everyone. So, well, hello!
by Corribus
Jan 15 2010, 21:29
Forum: Campfire
Topic: Movies
Replies: 1047
Views: 152454

I saw a great zombie film out of Norway last weekend called Dead Snow. It was, in two words, bloody awesome. And I do mean bloody.
by Corribus
Nov 6 2009, 21:32
Forum: Campfire
Topic: The Science Thread
Replies: 113
Views: 21241

By the way, just in case anyone is interested.

I have reinitiated this thead over at HC, focusing on nanotechnology as the thread was originally supposed to. It can be found here.
by Corribus
Nov 3 2009, 17:32
Forum: Campfire
Topic: The Science Thread
Replies: 113
Views: 21241

/delurk First of all, photons do have momentum. Second of all, to address your question, think of it this way: time is (in relativity) a function of velocity. As velocity increases, time slows down, until, at the speed of light (speed of massless particles), time stops completely. You can't go faste...
by Corribus
Jul 23 2009, 13:52
Forum: Campfire
Topic: The Absence Thread
Replies: 2201
Views: 228313

Kalah -
Thanks for the vivid reminder of why I don't visit this place any more.

See you in another six months.
Maybe.
by Corribus
Jul 18 2009, 23:02
Forum: Heroes I-IV
Topic: Has anyone beaten 'THUNK'?
Replies: 36
Views: 15968

I have them, so if anyone still wants them (I know this thread's now over a month old), I can provide them.
by Corribus
Jul 15 2009, 22:18
Forum: Campfire
Topic: Behold! An article that mentions CH, written by yours truly!
Replies: 6
Views: 2875

It's not cheating if your wife is comatose.

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