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“Whenever you’re trying to do something that fits the engine—vehicles, for example—Frostbite handles that extremely well,” the developer said. “But when you’re building something that the engine is not made for, this is where it becomes difficult.” Designing the large maps of Andromeda ’s planets became a struggle on Frostbite, where the maximum size of a map was initially 100 by 100 kilometers. The Andromeda team needed their maps to be way bigger than that. Other struggles included the streaming system, the save system, and various action-RPG mechanics that Andromeda needed in order to work.

You Are Not So Smart
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USC Creativity and Brain institute
https:///bci/

Wooden teeth
http:///id/6875436
http:///george-washington/the-man-the-myth/the-trouble-with-teeth/
http:///news/ask-history/did-george-washington-have-wooden-teeth

Slave teeth
https:///2014/04/29/upshot/george-washingtons-weakness-his-?_r=0
http:///george-washingtons...
http:///george-washington-wooden-teeth/

Napoleon
https:///books...
http:///news/forget-napoleon-height-rules/

Thomas Crapper
http:///business/names/
http:///...

Houseflies
https:///...
https:///wiki/Housefly#Life_cycle

Exploding in a vacuum
http://...
http:///science/...

Jesus's birthday https:///the-good-news/biblical...
ttp:///42976-when-was-jesus-
https:///wiki/Date_of_birth_of_Jesus

The Pledge of Allegiance
http:///documents/
https:///wiki/Francis_Bellamy
http:///2016/09/10/a-socialist-wrote-the-pledge-

Roe v. Wade
http:///news/roe-v-wade-approved-by-republican-appointees/article_4fa2fb82-d738-5a11-95b6-
https:///wiki/Roe_v._Wade#Supreme_Court_decision
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The journalist Peter Dizikes, writing in The Boston Globe in 2008, notes that popular culture likes the idea of the butterfly effect, but gets it wrong. Whereas Lorenz suggested correctly with his butterfly metaphor that predictability "is inherently limited", popular culture supposes that each event can be explained by finding the small reasons that caused it. Dizikes explains: "It speaks to our larger expectation that the world should be comprehensible – that everything happens for a reason, and that we can pinpoint all those reasons, however small they may be. But nature itself defies this expectation." [32]

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