I feel we are lucky to have such an awesome game as it is, even if some things aren’t complete. I appreciate Kevin and all the other awesome contributors/Devs that do work hard, but I bet they wish they could do two things at once sometimes (don’t we all wish we had some superpowers sometimes ) . The game has improved since I started playing, and seems to get better and better as time goes on. I wish I knew enough about code to contribute and work on things myself, but I don’t(maybe in time I can learn).
Yeah I think you want to get that leaky bionic thing out of you as quick as possible, but is easier said then done obviously. Especially without hurting yourself even more somehow.
Sorry if I say something you already know, I do not mean for it to be condescending or anything like that, but figure maybe it could help someone else looking for the info as well, if you happen to already know. It’s hard to convey tone in a message on the internet haha.
Now for some real life stuff, about the Tardis… I listened to a radio show recently, where a gentleman was talking about creating an energy field bubble(or something) using an electromagnetic field (or something). They can slow down time inside the bubble, and have put digital and analog clocks inside for tests, as well as plants. They can observe the clocks passing at a slower time, and the plants growing slower. I think they can only slow down time, not sure about speeding it up, and definitely can not reverse time yet. Also, the Government is what, 50 years ahead of us in technology? So who knows what they are capable of.
Imagine if they could speed up time for growing plants, as that would help eliminate some of the worlds hunger problems! Or being able to go to school and learning for 4 years, but only have on year of time really pass by.
I guess it all could be a crock of poop, though, and them just pulling peoples legs. When they were talking about those tests, and that in the 1990s is when the first successful test, and subsequent tests, with that technology and that team was achieved.
I’ll believe it when I see it, and even if it was possible, I doubt it would be available for the general public.
I think we’d have to get a PhD’s in Physics and figure it out ourselves, before it was given to us by anyone, lol.