I don't know how much time you've spent around cows but they are certainly NOT defenceless. They usually just don'tgive a shit.
Anyone want to join me and a friend and try reapers on gold in MP? I can play adept lvl 20, engineer lvl 20 and lvl 20 infiltrator. Friend is all lvl 20.
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Why are we talking about cows again?
Why the hell are you guys..
You know what?
I should go
Human induced selection kills off the dudes who don't fit best to their environment.
human induced selection is still natural selection.
It's ensuring that the ones that don't fit never come into existence by selecting parents to provide the optimum offspring.
The parents best suited to their environments are more likely to reproduce.
The parents best suited to their environments will reproduce.
The only difference is timescale. The end result is the same.
By that I of course don't mean that our cows could have arisen naturally, no. I mean the process is the same, and the result is that the ones best suited to their surroundings will survive.
Cow Effect, new game by BioWare, inspired by Facepunch.
Yeah I'm feeling this discussion is so far off the rails it's ended up somewhere on the bottom of a large ocean.
So guys, that Mass Effect 3 ending sucked right?!?!
I don't even like Mass Effect, I'm just really mad about cows and dogs.
Humans killing other humans who are for whatever reason unable to defend themselves due to some discrepancy that puts them at a disadvantage would be natural selection if that disadvantage was related genetically.
Like if there were was a war between two kingdoms, and people with a specific defect (like a poor Achilles tendon or a weak immune system) joined either side, and died in greater number, then yeah that would be natural selection.
It would be similar to the way certain animals die off when they get into fights or get sick.
Because of this you can predict the outcome of natural selection, but the change that is made to an overall group is determined by the scenario and environment, and other random factors.
Induced selection implies that there is a plan in place to achieve a desirable outcome. This is artificial, as in order to get to the end of this path, all the variables were taken into account and either controlled or neutralized.
This is not the same thing as a bird evolving a different type of beak which is better at cracking open seashells where other blunt beaked birds in the same niche die off.
Completed a gold...first try. So thrilled right now.
by synthetic it means fucking synthetic like the fucking geth ffs it means fucking robots that what organic life has made will destroy it!
I think I'm in the same boat with upgrades though. I enjoy the idea of random chance in terms of what weapons you get, but you should be able to pay for weapon upgrades past that like in SP.
I would like weapon rates with a greater chance of unlocking a weapon, and a few more maps. Missions would be coold too where you have to advance along rather than holding an area. Other tan that it's great.
Does anyone know how to extract an image from a PDF? The ME3 art book has some great images that could be used as wallpapers but I got no idea how to get them. I can right click and it gives me a "copy image" option but that doesn't work it seems.
Also dogs are fare more clumsy, hence why they are far more successful when in packs. A cat does not need such trivial things.
But moving on...
Dogs are master race. Cats suck ass. I don't like cats.
Edit: Domestic cats that is. I like lions, pumas and stuff.
I mean, most sidequests are all boring wither "go there, scan that planet, go back", or "survive for x minutes on this multiplayer map".
Then, there's fewer dialog choices, through the game, and most of the time you can't chose what to say, only how you say it.
Most animations and facial expressions also seem pretty bad, even when compared to ME2.
But yeah, I'm mainly posting to stop these biological debates
This is the Mass Effect thread after all and talking about how inferior cats are to dogs would just be off topic.
It's exactly their lack of loyalty that illustrates their intelligence, who wants to be bossed around all the time. But yes, enough about dogs and cats, this is a thread about Mass Effect, and you know what pet Shepard has?
FISH. Weird Alien fish.