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Limits of science

Discussion in 'Science & Technology' started by Maximum7, Sep 23, 2017.

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  1. Maximum7 New Member

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    What would be a great future invention in each of these fields of science? Be creative and out of the box for each. Something I haven't thought of yet

    1.) Astrophysics

    2.) Biochemistry

    3.) Botany

    4.) Geology

    5.) Medicine

    6.) Physics

    7.) Psychology

    8.) Computers

    9.) Anthropology

    10.) Biology
     
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    One thread would probably be better overall rather than multiple threads.
     
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    This thread is slightly different and I can't find my other thread
     
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    Dorset where else eh? >>> Thats ENGLAND<<<
    Several Items in your list are totally Irrelevant and can have no inventions
     
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    Read the Three-Body Problem.
     
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    Best invention? Someone that invents their own ideas for their game.
     
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    I know what you're trying to say, but the honest truth is: That usually ends up with a game only the developer will want to play.

    Feedback in integral to game design.

    -RTB, failed game designer.
     
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    Yeah, I felt my comment was harsh but still. Feedback isn't being asked for, rather he's fishing for ideas. If he came back saying, "guys, what do you think of this?" well, that would be feedback.

    the54thvoid, hobby novelist. ;)
     
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    I wonder when the staff will ban the spammer? He seems to be using the site to get answers and ideas... simply using the site for his own purpose. Likely for homework...or his game or whatever.

    I mean, how the hell can we come up with an idea you never came up with???? HOW WOULD WE KNOW WHAT YOU THOUGHT OF ALREADY???????!!!!!!


    Anyway.. reported.
     
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    There is a thing called literature. You read this, you get inspired. Asking others to use their inspiration for you to conceive a brilliant idea... That is just being lazy.

    Sorry, but that is what it is.
     
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    Closing this thread, I agree with the others.
     
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