Arya Eghtedari

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The One Twist in BioShock Infinite's Ending You Might Have Missed Completely

I’ve had a blast the past few days reading through the hundreds of comments on this post. In it, I spent 3,000 words discussing the mind-bending ending of the BioShock Infinite, and readers spent thousands more giving their own opinions on all the events that unfold in the finale.<p>There are …

SimCity pedestrians 'teleport' to keep the game fun

"We just didn't realize the ridiculous scope of the game we were trying to make."<p>"We just didn't realize the ridiculous scope of the game we were trying to make," said Dan Moskowitz, Senior Software Engineer at Maxis, creators of <i>SimCity</i>. "It became clear that our scope was so big we were standing …

4-Billion-Pixel Panorama Lets You Explore Mars As If You Were Standing Next To Curiosity

Pan and zoom among 400 images from Curiosity's cameras.<p>If you were standing next to the Mars rover Curiosity, this is what you'd see. Estonian photographer and editor Andrew Bodrov stitched together 407 images from two Curiosity cameras to come up with this interactive panorama.<p>The mosaic covers …

This weird green rock is from Mercury, and it's unlike any other meteorite ever found on Earth. http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2013-03/weird-green-rock-mercury?src=SOC&dom=fb

Astronomers Say They've Discovered New Type Of Supernova

A group of astronomers believe they have found a new kind of "mini" supernovae that appear to share traits with other previously known types.<p>Until now, only core-collapse supernovae, the grand finale of stars approximately 10 to 100 times more massive than our sun, and Type Ia, which occur when …

Speed Of Light In Vacuum Is Not Actually Constant, Study Finds

Oh, and a vacuum may not really be void of matter.<p>Can you trust nothing in life? A new physics paper suggests that the speed of light in a vacuum may not be constant, and that a vacuum isn't actually entirely empty of stuff.<p>The paper, by a team of French physicists, finds that the speed of a photon …

Young, hot and blue: Stars of the cluster NGC 2547. Details here: http://bit.ly/XeeTzz