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Mundane Matt about Watch Dogs: I may not play the game again

Ubisoft released recently Watch Dogs and the game looks great. Until I’ll get a new pc in here I’ll have to look at others how they play it. This open world video game is packed with a ton of missions, the way i like it, and has a simple hacking device that lets you hack […]

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PC graphics settings explained

Make Use Of explained, through the voice and person of Robert Wiesehan, what several pc graphics settings mean and how to optimize those settings in order to get the best gaming experience there is. As a rule of thumb, you should always strive to obtain at least 30fps so that the gameplay is smooth even […]

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Family Tree explained by CGP Grey

CGP Grey took a lot of time to create the video from above in which he explains what the family tree is and how its built. Basically it all comes down to creating a simple graph in which you place your forefathers above you and your successors below you, with some ramifications on the sides. […]

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FarCry and racism? Cut the crap. NSFW.

Oversensitive a-holes all over the place. People, it’s a video game and, maybe, one of a kind. If you were living in the Far Cry world you could care less about racism, because all you wanted to do is fucking live another day. In a war torn area, where gangsters make the rules, nobody cares […]

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Star Wars Documentary: From Star Wars to Jedi: The Making of a Saga (Part 4 of 9)+Bonus

In this fourth documentary we learn that 90 people worked on getting life into the masks and puppets that were used in the Star Wars movie for the Jabba sequence. The life was hard inside the costumes and the artists needed to take air as often as they could. One months has to pass until […]

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Vsauce: only 1 in 1000 000 people is truly “normal”

That is interesting. Now that I know that un-normal is the norm and that truly normal people are only one in a million, literally, I can say that does not surprise me. Science studies use about 36 factors to count normal humans and only few of us really fall into that category. I am glad […]

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Manhattanhenge feat. Neal deGrasse Tyson

Manhattanhenge is a term given by Neal deGrasse Tyson on American Museum of Natural History’s site to the alignment of streets in the East- West direction in Manhattan, where you can see, twice a year, how the sunset lines up with New York City’s street grid showing spectacular views. From SciFri: Neil deGrasse Tyson, director […]

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John Oliver (HBO) about Net Neutrality: big companies are doing mob shakedowns

John Oliver explains the controversy about net neutrality and lets viewers know how they can voice their displeasure to the FCC. You can send your mighty trolling comments to the FCC here. As usual, the big companies want to rip-off customers and partners, especially start-ups, by wanting to apply different rules based on content type […]

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Ayrshire, Scotland: the place where cars roll uphill explained. It is an illusion!

e Given the fact that the surrounding area makes you feel that a peak of the road is, in fact, a lower part of that road, people have seen strange phenomena happening: bicycles and cars rolling uphill. Ayrshire, Scotland is such a place among many others in the world. When an expert was called in […]

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It’s Okay To Be Smart: what makes Saturn stand out above other planets?

In the new episode Ask Joe Stuff #4 Joe Hanson explains why do hairs grow differently on our bodies, why do we get chills down our spines and what makes Saturn stand out above other planets. this is the part I liked the most. Saturn has big rings, but even thou they are incredibly wide […]

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