There’s a mind-bending physics experiment that suggests to many people that the past can be rewritten. A choice in the experiment appears to affect a measurement but the choice is made after the measurement is recorded. The future choice appears to determine the past measurement (hence, delayed-choice).

Weird imagery to show quantum stuff is happening, ooooooooh. Via Pixabay https://pixabay.com/photos/wormhole-time-travel-portal-vortex-2514312/

Changing the past…


The Mandalorian is bringing back important characters from The Clone Wars and Rebels. Disney also just announced several new shows/movies featuring key characters from the animated shows. The good news? Both are pretty enjoyable and introduce beloved characters and story arcs. The shows even manage to elevate the prequel movies…


Update: This post was just a quick rant. If I knew it would become so popular I would have put in more effort. I get so many emails about this piece and it gets linked to so often that it just goes to show how much of a problem this…


So I just got out of the cinema after seeing Rise of Skywalker for the first time. I liked some bits (cute aliens, cool droids, exciting moments) but was mostly disappointed with the film in terms of pacing, writing, and a lot of the decisions. That said, they did almost…


Tane wo Maku Tori (たねをまく鳥, seed-sowing bird), is a puzzle game for the WonderSwan where you help a sad bird grow plants so it has enough food to feed its family.

Controls

Tane wo Maku Tori is played with the WonderSwan held in portrait orientation. This means the Y buttons are…


The Densha de Go (電車でGO!) games are train simulators using real routes in Japan and featuring real trains. They might appeal to anyone who has enjoyed recent titles like Euro Truck Simulator. The series has featured in arcades, home consoles, and portable systems including the Japan-exclusive Bandai WonderSwan.

The first…


The following translation is for the WonderSwan Color’s manual. The original WonderSwan and later WonderSwan Crystal are almost identical in function so this manual should be applicable to all of them. I have skipped over legal information and the most basic safety notices. …


Rhyme Rider Kerorikan (ライムライダー・ケロリカン), a rhythm game for the Bandai WonderSwan, was developed by NanaOn-Sha around the time they were releasing PaRappa the Rapper and Vib-Ribbon. It’s stylish, quirky, fun, but also surprisingly difficult. The game is frequently recommended to English-speakers getting into WonderSwan games since it doesn’t have much…


Firstly, I need to be clear that I don’t think I’m the only person who has come up with this theory. My evidence is that I believe GRRM is leaving clues in the books so naturally I expect others to reach the same conclusion. But it’s funny to me because…


This is the sixth article in a series about amazing women in tech history. Previous entries have featured Margaret Hamilton, Grace Hopper, the ENIAC programmers, Katherine Johnson, and the women of Bletchley Park.

Today’s entry is a bit of an anomaly. We’ve covered some inspiring women in this series but…

Jennifer Harrison

Science, games, LGBTQIA, feminism, neurodiversity etc.

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