This is fun
Is there a game like this that has more robust variables? Something with more dynamics? This concept is cool and I'd have to think there are other games like this. Thanks
Is this a game like this that has more robust variables? Something more dynamic and bigger
SarcophagI Bob battled a giant. Due to unforseen collisions with shrines and dignity, thou shall not become of the Pepsi Corporation, yes we will rise, no we will fall. We will dance like guitars on strollers into the dungeon of anti-electrons. "Wait a minute..." a minute bar of tungsten called out, we're not evil, we're the exact physical representation of chitnous plating! That is totally basket weaving safe, flat landers stated. However, Jerry the oblivious furnace will have to educate them on their ignorant beliefs regarding orbital defense on bean crop rotations for the sole purpose of regulating entropy. Sarlaccc! Sarlacc! Saaarlaaac! No quotation marks, hahaha! He is evil for not arousing that! Defend the ring, there are quintillion copies and we must find the one Jerry is using to summon Sarcophagi Bob!
I really do like this game.
what this earth
Really? You bother to update THIS!?
Where's SR 17.5, hm?
I had no idea it was ACTUALLY turning into HL3!
Earth Editor ver2.7
Hello there earthlings
LOLOLOLOLOL u mad broz I'm the new troll
@Chunky_Dunky That was for you.
New Star Wars Movie Spoilers:
IMMA STAR WARS FAN AND DONT U FORGET IT!!!!
still preventing boredom 2016 :p
it looks like when you finished making earth you will blow it uplike an end of the world
uhh why did you say that
i have a big boner
Well, I suppose if you were taking some sort of utilitarianist view you could argue that it would be the right choice to engineer an organism to only feel happiness.
The first ethical problem, I think, would be 'does the organism want to be engineered in this way?'
I think it would be fairly easy for outsiders to see the tyranny involved in engineering a group to only feel happiness, while they themselves might not feel tyrannised it could be possible that certain things would make them feel more happy than other things.
kenji u know i had a friend named kenji in 3rd grade
I MADE EARTTH BEFORE ALL U DO IS PAUSE IT,THEN PUT EVERYTHING IN IT AND THE PRESS START THEN WATCH IT ALL GO TOGETHER AND IT CREATES EARTH!!!!!
TK that reminds of pleb movies where races that apparently "don't feel emotions" get angry and so on
rip of of dust and dust 2
Hehe, this isn't how the earth was created. Blacks created it. And me, with my small loan of a million dollars and what not.
Would it be ethical to genetically engineer an organism to only feel happiness? I've been playing some far-future scifi games and the quote, "How can you tyrannize someone that does not feel pain?" stuck out to me as a damn good question.
this game needs an update
NEW STAR WARS MOVIE SPOILERS:
HAN SOLO DIES
HAN SOLO DIES
HAN SOLO DIES
This game is so cool, if there was an ios app of it, i'd buy it
why there not a "update" button in this game ?!?
ikr, this needs updates! like an actual planet that's done and everything that you can place
this deserves an update
There has been an awakening, have you felt it?
SHUT UP WHITE MALES
CHICKEN CHICKEN CHICKEN CHICKEN CHICKEN CHICKEN BOK BOK BOK (yes, I know I'm weird.)
LOVE this game!!! I made a Supernova and two galaxies collide!
can't make eath
Any thoughts about those protests at Yale?
Lovely judging the complexity and work done towards the game.
at first I did not know that all of the sand and suff like that would gust float straight up to that little dot in the sinter
That's assuming the actual universe has all the same dimensions that ours does, even though it doesn't have to. Think of it this way: We inhabit 3 spacial dimensions and 1-2 time ones. (I think we'll find out if there's more than one time dimension with the results of the first few time-travel experiments.) When we make a simulation, it has to be lesser than what we have for about the same reason as what your friend stated, so why the assumption that ours is "complete"? That's basically the same thing as Descartes going from "I exist" to "God exists" for no other reason than because the alternative makes them uncomfortable to consider. There's no real reason why the real universe wouldn't have , say, a 4th spacial dimension- and therefore have infinitely more resources to run our simulation of 3.
The Debate has become a Reasonably Civil Conversation.
Vive le Bourgeoisie!
Here's something for you to attempt to debate:
One of my chums who is more sciencey than me said that the idea of this universe being a simulation is untrue because to simulate a universe the entire resources of a universe would be need to run the simulation.
Is this true?
Fight it out!
The Debate is in its 3rd (or 5th, I lost count) death throe, due to a lack of opposing viewpoints. If the established pattern holds up it should liven up sometime in the next year or so the next time some bored smart kid wanders around the site for a bit instead of going over schoolwork.
Okay, is [email protected] new?
YOU BETTER BELIEVE IT'S STILL GOING, QWERTY!!
Okay, seriously? This is still going after all this time? Props for being able to retain people, I guess.
Great game Make an update
I did a quiz which said I was a Left Coast person, then I answered it slightly differently and was told I am a Yankee.
I have not, but it seems valid to me. I love that the Pacific-most "nation" is called the "Left Coast" instead of the "West Coast". "We don't need your standard compass directions here, we've got trees and Starbucks for that stuff!"
Hmmm i cant seem to play most games on this website, but im glad this one works
Have any of you lot heard about the eleven North American 'nations' theory?
I wish they had this game on iPad I'm on iPad and I can play it without using a app it's kinda laggy but still a lot of fun
I'd love to but it seems every topic that gets brought up dies immediately, and after 5-6 years of keeping it alive I'm finally out of ideas. I still pop in though, a few times a month.
sometimes i just wish tk would come back and bless this chat with how cool he is
Hey Fishes And Awesomeness Are The Same Person!!!
DO LISTEN TO THIS PERSON THEY ARE NOT A SKELETON! THEY HAVE FEELINGS! EVERYBODY DOES!
I'm not a >< (((*>, I'm just saying this cause T_T and be cause of '__'. SERIOUSLY!!
Earth Editor ver2.6
You can actually make a gravity ball course with black hole and pen shot. It is cool.
it wouldnt let me play i have java the latest
HOW DARE YOU?! I'LL HAVE YOUR HEAD STEWED IN YOUR OWN ENTRAILS, YOU FILTHY KNAVE!
DO NOT LISTEN TO THIS PERSON THEY ARE A SKELETON
Yogh, I'm back.
:p Does anyone remember Lashawna?
You are comparing the effects of one thing on many people, versus the effects of something on just one person.
Nuclear weapons that would be used today wouldn't be the same as the ones used on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, they would be much, much worse, almost 0% survival chance if you were anywhere near it, the pressure wave that would be formed would be 20-50x stronger than the ones formed in WW2 at the same ratio of distance.
They didn't have any problem with the extended firebombings that littered WW2, nor chemical attacks in WW1 or the weaponized plagues in earlier wars. Though to be fair, the damage nuclear weapons pose to human lives and livelihoods is much lower than most of those previous methods. Being at ground-zero of a mustard gas attack is one of those things you probably wouldn't want to survive; while both nuclear strikes share a single survivor who- as far as I know- is still fairly healthy for a man as old as he is.
I really do wonder if any country especially the west would fire a nuke back if one was fired at them, Imagine that in the history books a country responding by committing mass murder of innocents.
i forgot to mention that i played all i could see and now i am afraid that there will never be an update
@whatevername: Uhh, well before I would have said the gravity effects, but since that went into pg2 the only things are fire destroying water and a solid-earth substance (wall) that can be broken into loose earth (sand). Also, meteors are basically thunder that affected by gravity.
@mg: How would you go about deciding what makes a "great" power? Historically that term is applied to perceived military strength or size; and since nuclear weapons are the most powerful weapon we've ever made, then shouldn't the mere act of developing a nuclear stockpile make a nation "great" enough to fairly own nuclear weapons? Or is this more an issue with land-area/economic strength?
i have a question
what are the unique feature of earth editor that pg1/2 lack(aside from the obvious elements...)
Well, I'll be darned, I didn't think anyone had posted yet...
Anyway, I agree with you that deterrence is mostly working. In my ideal world only the greatest powers (Russia, China and America) could hold nuclear weapons and they would only be allowed fifty each, enough in my opinion to serve as an effective deterrent but not enough to bring a complete end to civilized life on Earth if they were used. Also, an international body would have to right to strip the country of nuclear weapons if they saw fit.
Unfortunately, that's not going to happen as I doubt Britain, France, Pakistan, Israel, India and North Korea would want to give up their nukes.
post already mg
Just in case a third buffer comment is required.
I'm only posting this here because MG requested it so he could post here again <3
Morally I'm opposed to any sort of militant aggression against civilians, since nuclear weapons are meant to be used against population centers to attack enemy morale they're naturally at the top of my "Stop doing that!" list.
However, since nuclear weapons have only been deployed in war twice, and since the intensity and regularity of wars have been in gradual decline since WW2...
I'd say that nuclear deterrence is actually working somehow, and it's probably in our species' best interest to keep it up until separate governments are done away with and make militarism pointless.
What's your position on the morality of the nuclear deterrent and MAD?
...Which is why China's gonna psych us all out and take over the world.
Another funny moment was when Richard Nixon debated the virtues of Capitalism and the American way of life with Nikita Khrushchev in a model kitchen at the World's Fair:
Welp, that one died.
How about something less serious? Like what was the funniest event in history?
I'd go with this one time, in ancient China, a general (I forget his name) was put in charge of defending a city from attack from a numerically and technologically superior army. He rightly decides a straight fight is suicidal, so instead he has the gates wide open and sets a table and chairs to enjoy himself some free-tea in front of the unguarded gate. When the army gets there, they are treated to the sight of a middle-aged military-dude famous for winning dozens of battles in clever and/or underhanded ways, sitting around the gate he's supposed to be holding, drinking tea and inviting the invaders to come and join him. They decided that it was obviously a trap, so the entire army turns around and leaves rather than try to take the "bait" and bring some horrible tea-scented doom on their heads.
sorry my friend typed that
The thing that's in the way isn't growing the crops, it's making sure that people can still eat the crops. Nobody grows marijuana in a basement just to eat it, they do it for the chemicals produced by the plant to defend itself from herbivores. Edible plants need to have a lot of calories to be viable for food, too little and you end up with "negative calories" a plant that takes more energy to digest than it gives us when ingested- like celery is naturally. To produce calories, a plant needs access to a huge amount of energy, such as the sun, but to farm it underground at a similar quality we'd either need an entirely new crop that doesn't use photosynthesis or else a lot more power than we currently have.
Plus, at the moment the most viable renewable energy source is the sun, so we'd be collecting light to turn into electricity to turn back into light to feed to the underground crops. Even without taking waste heat into account that sounds crazy.
The roads thing I don't know, I suppose the issue there would be finding a material translucent enough to let decent amounts of light through while strong enough to hold up under moderate-high traffic.
To be fair to the 19th century, a fatalistic attitude was probably one of the only ways for the educated "common born" to deal with the fact that their lives were basically worthless compared to the aristocracy.
Surely there must be a way of growing crops underground efficiently. This may be using LED lighting that produces UV. This type of lighting also aloes weed to grow faster and have more potency compared to the Classic way of growing the weed. Perhaps there could be a way of automating the growing by having farms at every house in the country or world but that would mean a massive change in society, but I don't know to be honest with you,
Another idea is making roads and other open areas work like one way glass. You could build a massive farm under a place like london have the roads be used as a way of transferring UV to underneath them while being durable for people to walk on and cars to run on ect. If you get me ?
Mass death, yes, and I'm being facetious, because facetiousness is the best type of ness.
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