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> Time Agent < is a fun game.
In Time Agent, each player plays a different race who are going back
Read all these:
o The Cross Time Engineer by Leo Frankowski
When you're done, you will have a feel for how your game play should unfold for good player experience.
Orfamay Quest wrote:
I absolutely see your point. And, my statistics is super rusty.But, in this study with this data, Race is a Dependent variable and
Education and Household income are Independent variables. So, Race is
being 'predicted' in this case. (For a different data set it certainly
could be the reverse.)
And, there is no "reason"; it can only be Correlation. (unless you are
You'll find that the answer depends a lot on factors such as the color of your skin, and the relative wealth of the family you were born into.
I bet these factors you mention are highly predicted by: education, household income, unemployment, disability, life expectancy, obesity.And, may be why they chose only these features.
Grand Magus wrote:
The Republicans did the right thing. [ url = good move ]
There are many >problems with Dwarves< too.
Aaron Bitman wrote:
Is that supposed to be "Page 223." ?
Multivariate analysis indicates that economic elites and organized groups
In English: the wealthy few move policy, while the average American has
Robots do not have psychology(ies).
It turns' out I'm actually employing this theory when using my "Sorcerous Origins" abilities in our 5e game.
But this is wrong according to rational choice theory! It is logically
Let’s see why. Consider the events D = Dead and A = Alive. Also
If you pay x dollars to remove one bullet from four, then you are
Therefore, with a utility function u, we have:
u(Lx) = (1/6) u(D) + (5/6) u(A)
Similarly, when you are willing to pay y dollars to remove a bullet
(3/6) u(Ly) + (3/6) u(D) = (4/6) u(D) + (2/6) u(A)
We can simplify the above equation to get:
u(Ly) = (2/6) u(D) + (4/6) u(A)
If we take u(D) = 0, then since we prefer to be alive that means u(A) > 0. So we have
u(Lx) = (5/6) u(A)
u(Ly) = (4/6) u(A)
u(Lx) – u(Ly) = (1/6) u(A) > 0
In other words, you prefer to be alive after paying x dollars to being
Therefore, under the Von Neumann and Morgenstern utility theory, you
This goes against intuition, so let us offer a few justifications for the logic.
The main mental block is that people prefer certainty outcomes versus
The tendency to favor certainty is related to the zero risk bias. In
Source: This problem appears in Ken Binmore’s Playing for Real: A Text on Game Theory.
1. A bird of prey because it is fierce and majestic.2. Blue because it is calm and deep.
3. Calm, peaceful, warm.
4. Powerful and wet.
If I get to make the game mechanics then, for the moment, let's say Yes.Now, what are the consequences of this for casting in a zero-g environment
(with a "normal" atmosphere) ?
If you are saying "No" and amped up to fight me, then this thread is not for you.
Who said that a Fire Ball has momentum when it leaves your hand?
No one. That's part of the question.
Possible answers can be: 1. Yes fireball does have momentum, or 2. No
I'm computing, or is it calculating (maybe determining), the consequences
First, I'm going to assume "1. Yes fireball does have momentum." Then, I'm
(Projecting. That may be the word...)
I may get bored and stop doing this.
... the ineraction of material ...
Isn't this momentum?
Once I saw this guy on a bridge about to jump. I said, “Don’t do it!”
He said, “Nobody loves me.”
I said, “God loves you. Do you believe in God?”
He said, “Yes.” I said, “Are you a Christian or a Jew?”
He said, “A Christian.” I said, “Me too! Protestant or Catholic?”
He said, “Protestant.” I said, “Me too! What franchise?”
He said, “Baptist.” I said, “Me too! Northern Baptist or Southern Baptist?”
He said, “Northern Baptist.” I said, “Me too! Northern Conservative
He said, “Northern Conservative Baptist.” I said, “Me too! Northern
He said, “Northern Conservative Baptist Great Lakes Region.” I said,
He said, “Northern Conservative Baptist Great Lakes Region Council of
It's called propaganda. We get it in America too about other countries.Mostly, that there are no other countries...
But, when something does slip through it's usually about how poorly