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Episode 041 – E3 2015

David Rainsberger II Gaming, Podcast Leave a Comment

The Dweebs cover what was announced this year at E3. Bethesda, Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo and a few others battle it out to wow us with their new IP’s, Sequels, and Remastered games. Who won E3 this year? The Dweebs talk about the highlights and the duds of the years most popular …

Episode 041 – E3 2015 was last modified: June 22nd, 2015 by David Rainsberger II

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A Critical Thought: Colorblindness

Riley Sproul A Critical Thought, Ideas, Neurology, Science Leave a Comment

Today we’ll be looking at colorblindness/deficiency: The definition and various types, technology that already exists, and what might exist in the future. Also, this topic is a personal one to me, so there are also some ‘fun facts about the author‘ included near the end. This topic differs from what I …

A Critical Thought: Colorblindness was last modified: June 6th, 2015 by Riley Sproul

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They’re Logically Fallacious! Unfalsifiability

Riley Sproul Ideas, Logical Fallacies 2 Comments

Unfalsifiability: (a.k.a. untestibility) An informal fallacy; when a statement is asserted that is theoretically or practically impossible to test. An unstable hypothesis is one that science and logic cannot address, and one from which no empiric information can arise. These are often fun for thought-experiments however. And, when treated appropriately, and lead …

They’re Logically Fallacious! Unfalsifiability was last modified: May 27th, 2015 by Riley Sproul

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Definitive Guide to Apple’s WWDC 2015

David Rainsberger II Technology Leave a Comment

Apples yearly Worldwide Developer conference keynote was Monday June 8th. This yearly event showcases Apple’s Software platforms. This is a brief summary of everything Apple released at WWDC 2015. OS X El Capitan Apple started off by briefing us on the upcoming 10.11 update of the Mac operating system being …

Definitive Guide to Apple’s WWDC 2015 was last modified: June 14th, 2015 by David Rainsberger II

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Infinity Stones: Mind Stone

David Rainsberger II Comics, Movies 6 Comments

The Mind Stone allows the wielder the ability to control an unlimited amount of psionic energy. Telekinesis, Telepathy and the ability to augment the mental states of the user. With the ability to convince anyone of anything, this stone would be crucial if the goal was to obtain all of …

Infinity Stones: Mind Stone was last modified: June 25th, 2015 by David Rainsberger II

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They’re Logically Fallacious! Weak Analogy

Riley Sproul Ideas, Logical Fallacies Leave a Comment

Weak Analogy: (a.k.a. faulty analogy, argument from spurious similarity) An informal fallacy; in which one uses an analogy to make ones point, but the analogy does not suitably fit the point attempting to be made. This fallacy is sometimes used with the conscious intent to trick the other party, as …

They’re Logically Fallacious! Weak Analogy was last modified: May 27th, 2015 by Riley Sproul

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Episode 040 – Fallout for Pluto

David Rainsberger II Gaming, Movies, Podcast, Science, Space Leave a Comment

Dweebs wrap up the week in the nerd sphere talking about Fallout 4 and its official release announcement trailer. Also what has Marvel done showing the world a cinimatic universe is possible! They have set a precedent for studios to start connecting movies that have no reason to be connected. …

Episode 040 – Fallout for Pluto was last modified: June 7th, 2015 by David Rainsberger II

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A Critical Thought: The Mozart Effect

Riley Sproul A Critical Thought, Ideas, Neurology Leave a Comment

The Mozart Effect. Or, the idea that listening to classical music (usually Mozart) can increase ones IQ, spatial reasoning, and/or other non music-related brain processes; both in developed brains (college students) and in developing ones (newborns, toddlers, ect.). Also described here as, “The general use of music to improve memory, …

A Critical Thought: The Mozart Effect was last modified: June 7th, 2015 by Riley Sproul