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In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus will speak on the topic "The Universe as a Simulation." Some philosophers and even some physicists believe this may in fact be true. Even Hollywood has touched on the hypothesis via blockbuster movies such as "The Matrix" where humanity is cognitively enslaved in a simulation of the universe.
Are we a "brain in a vat?"
Are we really here or projections on a machine?
Is what we call reality in fact a "Sims game" of sort?
Who made this simulation?
What powers this simulation?
Is this even possible?
Does this prove God exists?
Sacerdotus will touch on these questions and more in this program using philosophy of science paradigms and physics.
Every week, two of the Best Fans In Baseball (TM) bring you everything you need to know (and maybe some things you don't) about the current state of the St. Louis Cardinals. This week, Daniel Shoptaw (C70 At The Bat) and Tara Wellman (Bird Tales) will talk with Brad Cook of Out of the Park Baseball about the newest offering in that storied baseball simulation line. Then they'll get into Marco Gonzales's spring, Adam Wainwright's first start, and the fact that baseball is just two weeks away.
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Welcome Back Sim Gamers! We have another great show lined up for you tonight. Below you will find a brief description of tonight's topics.
The Past is The Past - We will be discussing how the community lives in the past too much. There is nothing we can do about the past, all we can do is focus on the present and the future. Are we able to change anything that happened in the past?
Unreal 4 expectations - We will be discussing the Unreal 4 Engine and what we expect to see from the engine in a sports game. Are there any sports games that currently run on Unreal 4? How do you feel about the trailer for the Unreal 4 Engine? What were your likes and dislikes?
Cheese free sports games - We will be discussing which sports games are free from cheese for the most part. Which games do not feel arcade? What things are being done in those games to give them a more realistic feel?
In the second hour we will open the lines for callers. We look forward to calls, thoughts, and comments. See you guys at 8pm est.
in Video Games
Welcome back Sim Gamers! We have another great show lined up for you this morning. Listed below is a brief description of tonight's topics.
Joe Montana Football 16 speculation - How do we feel about the recent screenshot? Does the screenshot confirm the game being available on consoles? Does it confirm whether or not the game will have an NFL license? What did we like about the screenshot?
Dumbing down expectations for Joe Montana Football 16 - We will be discussing how some community members seem to be dumbing down their expectations for the game. Some are even saying they prefer the game to not have an NFL license. We will be discussing how no NFL license will ultimately affect the game's chances of returning in the future.
Simulation Football League - We will have the Commissioner of the SFL Cameron Irvine on the show. He will tell you guys what SFL is all about. We will also discuss how this is the way you represent your community.
In the second hour we will open up the line for callers. We look forward to your calls, comments, and thoughts. See you guys at 8 PM EST.
Join us for our pro talk segment on Sports With The StatMan on Wednesday night.
We are devoting the episode to baseball, both of the simulated and actual variety. Brad Cook, from OOTP Developments, will be on the show to talk about their newest baseball release, OOTP16. We will talk about the new features of the game and our upcoming Greatest Hitter Challenge that we will feature on our Saturday shows. Also, we will talk some baseball with Brad before the upcoming season. ***
We continue the 2015 StatMan MLB Preview, as we take on the AL Central and NL Central. The comings and goings this past offseason, the camp battles, and our predictions on how they will perform this year. Also, we talk about the local camps and talk about any big stories in Major League Baseball. ***
Listen live this Wednesday night at 11pm ET or download the podcast here. "Like" the show on Facebook. Follow the show on Twitter (@gstatman) for the latest updates. You can also download the show on iTunes from your PC or mobile device in the iTunes Store, as well as Stitcher. And, visit our new website, StatManSportsOnline.com.
Join us for a broadcast from Yankee Stadium featuring the 1961 Whitey Ford Fairlanes and the Yazernauts. The Fairlanes are led by lefty slugger Norm Cash and catcher Johnny Romano, while the Yazernauts counter with Elston Howard and rookie left fielder Carl Yastrzemski. Bob Gibson will take the mound for the Fairlanes and will be opposed by Don Mossi.
in Real Estate
Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss "Game Night" and how to use the concept of "Game Night" into a tool to build "social capital".
Not only is "Game Night" is a fun way to build social capital, but it is a very educational way to "solve problems" via game simulation. This is called "Experiential Learning".
By playing board games you can learn the following:
Why people go broke.
How people go broke
A persons temperment
How to build your business
How to recover from business losses
How to select business partners
in Video Games
Welcome back SIm Gamers, we have a great show lined up for you tonight. There's not much to talk about right now in terms of gaming so we have some real world topics to discuss tonight. Listed below is a brief description of tonight's topics:
2015 NFL Free Agency - We will be discussing our thoughts on all of the Free Agency moves thus far. What moves do we like? What moves do we dislike? Is Chip Kelly a Genius or an Idiot? And much more.
Community Members comprehension - Do community members pay attention to what's going on? Do they realize that what we are trying to do has never been done before? Do they understand why we do it and who we do it for?
Point out flaws in games - We will discuss how easy it is to show all these games can be labeled as broken or flawed in breakdown videos.
In the second hour we will open up the line to callers. We look forward to your calls, thoughts, and comments. See you at 8pm est.
This week on That's What He Said, Lou and Freddy take a look inside January's Loot Crate! They've also got the usual round of news, including stories on Captain America and Star Lord's bet, Nick Cage's new movie, Sony's class action settlement, Deadpool movie news, and Johnny Depp's game of "Never Have I Ever." Plus, we've got the return of "Spoiler Alert," and Lou gives us a review of Kevin Smith's, "Tusk." Join us live at 8pm and give us a call at 323-693-3811.
THE MOON ISN'T WHAT YOU THINK IT IS
Not to scare anybody but the moon isn't what you think it is. In fact that goes for the entire solar system and maybe all of reality as we currently perceive it. And this is based on actual scientific data from NASA, Russia, and scientists from around the world.
One major clue that our reality is not what we think has been orbiting our world for ages but scientifically doesn't make any sense. According to Newtonian physics, the moon is too big, too light, not the right age and in an impossible orbit to be there. Let alone must be hollow to account for it's lack of mass and that it rings like a bell when struck by a large object (the lunar lander!)
The deeper questions however is who already knows this and why has it been kept from the general public. Why the constant lies? And then we get to the broader issues that stem from this research such as what exactly is anything in the universe including us? The startling answers come from scientists and ancient wise men, not new age gurus.
Join Judy Sellins and Dave Turco for this amazing hour of thought provoking information about the moon and our physical reality. We will go in unexpected directions and with these new insights tie together some previously unexplained mysteries.
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