Month: July 2006

This post is about the use of theoretical physics in the science fiction shooting game Prey. Don’t get me wrong, Prey is not an ideal game; it’s stupid, bloody and enormously derivative in everything it does, from combat, to weapon selection, to the plot. That said, it raises some questions about physics and biology that […]

A cancer is a hard indolent tumour, usually seated in some of the glands, as the armpits, eye, nose, lips, tongue, womb, and the female breast; the two last are most subject to it. It affects the aged more than the young, and may exist for years. It commences with a small hard tumour, increasing […]