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When thinking about generating terrain we must first think about how we are going to store our data to represent it. This is a very crucial aspect as depending on the method you use to represent this data will have a direct effect on what kind of terrain you can generate and how large your data structure will be. 515 more words
Metallic, gong-like noises made by the monument when struck may explain why the stones were chosen by its builders
The pillars that form Stonehenge may have been chosen because they were like sacred “prehistoric glockenspiels”, according to researchers. 388 more words