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Oh, and the basic far out fantasy sci-fi world view of The gnostics. That's ripe for building a game around. The intro to the podcast "aeon byte: gnostic radio" gives a good feel for at least a modern Philip k dick influenced version of Gnosticism. To paraphrase the birthday boy who opened the door to find his room filled with horsesh$$: "there's gotta be a game in there somewhere"Davey.
INTERSTELLAR COMMUNICATION. IX. MESSAGE DECONTAMINATION IS IMPOSSIBLEhttps://arxiv.org/pdf/1802.02180.pdf
Awesome! What kind of journal was this paper published in?
Nuclear Semiotics and the Human Interference Task Force
Four Thieves claims to have successfully synthesized five different kinds of pharmaceuticals, all of which were made using MicroLab. The device attempts to mimic an expensive machine usually only found in chemistry laboratories for a fraction of the price using readily available off-the-shelf parts. In the case of the MicroLab, the reaction chambers consist of a small mason jar mounted inside a larger mason jar with a 3D-printed lid whose printing instructions are available online. A few small plastic hoses and a thermistor to measure temperature are then attached through the lid to circulate fluids through the contraption to induce the chemical reactions necessary to manufacture various medicines. The whole process is automated using a small computer that costs about $30."
If you're running a modern horror/supernatural game and you don't work this in somehow then you're doing it wrong.
So we spent far too long looking at manifests of pallets online...
They've found a a catalog from a lost 17th-century library.
Weird adverts about a machine that can photograph your dreams are popping up on the London tube network and in other places around the world: read all about it.