(Originally published on the Nerdic Vikings website on 10th October 2016) A ten-hour flight is a great opportunity to watch movies, so I begrudgingly decided to see ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ so I could review it for you lovely people. I was looking forward to the first glimpse of Wonder Woman, at least. … Continue reading I’ve Got The Power!
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Rise Of The Wygons
(Originally published on the Nerdic Vikings website on 9th June 2017) Dragons have always been one of the most popular mythical creatures to stick in your new movie or game, and for good reason – they’re majestic, intelligent and deadly, and let’s face it, they look frickin’ awesome. But in the past few years a … Continue reading Rise Of The Wygons
Would you spend a month in a remote cabin?
(Originally published on the Nerdic Viking website on 2nd August 2016) It’s not a difficult question to answer, is it? I mean, look at the place. It’s idyllic! Sod the money, you’d go for free, right? This meme has been doing the rounds in one form or another for a few years, and every time … Continue reading Would you spend a month in a remote cabin?
No Seriously, Are We Living In A Simulation?
(Originally posted on the Nerdic Vikings website on 22nd August 2017) The Simulation Hypothesis is one of those things that sets up residence in your head, makes itself comfortable and demands to be fed, and while I’ve written about it here before, the more I think about it the more fascinating it becomes. So I … Continue reading No Seriously, Are We Living In A Simulation?
Three Mysteries That Could Be Solved If Our World Is Actually A Computer Simulation
(Originally published on the Nerdic Vikings website on 21st March 2016) You may have heard of the Simulation Hypothesis, which postulates that our reality is in fact a computer-generated simulation of which we, as the simulants, are unaware. It’s actually a rather intriguing thought and has been explored in many movies, tv shows and fiction … Continue reading Three Mysteries That Could Be Solved If Our World Is Actually A Computer Simulation