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In 1996, 56 volunteers took part in a study to test a new painkiller called Trivaricaine. On each subject, one index finger was covered in the new painkiller while the other remained untouched. 525 more words

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“Random encounters often have a deeper meaning. It seems that all this time the sequence of random events. This happens when you become aware of. Correspondence will be constantly fare but it is extremely important to be vigilant at all times … Have you ever had the intuition or premonition that he was about what you want to do, with some direction that you want to follow? 230 more words


Bioware promises “plans” for Mass Effect: Andromeda fixes on April 4

(Source: arstechnica.co.uk)

It’s not easy to craft a 100-hour-plus space opera epic on the scale of Mass Effect: Andromeda, even with five years and over $40 million to blow on it. 387 more words


Mass Effect Andromeda - Deluxe Edition - Pre-load - PS4 [Digital Code]

Mass Effect: Andromeda pits you and your crew against the dangers of a strange new galaxy. You’re 2.5 million light-years away from Earth, and you’re going to need all the help you can get. 129 more words

Mass Effect: Andromeda's Best Writing Is In Its Emails

(Source: kotaku.com)

In Mass Effect: Andromeda, I met new aliens, terraformed entire planets, and had a blast shooting down enemy Kett. None of that matched the sheer delight of Andromeda’s quieter moments, however, when I could sit down to read the email that my crew had sent between missions. 182 more words


Mass Effect: Andromeda's First Big Sidequest Is A Let-Down

(Source: kotaku.com)

One of Mass Effect: Andromeda’s earliest sidequests is called “First Murderer,” and it is a total flop.

Not long after boarding the Nexus, which is your base of operations, a Turian standing near a plaza will get your attention. 1,138 more words


Commentary: Do you look like your name?

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

Most parents can remember the subtle mix of excitement and anxiety accompanying the choice of their baby’s name – it will follow the child his or her entire life. 1,082 more words

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