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November 07 2013

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October 15 2013

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August 27 2013

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July 30 2013

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July 20 2013

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July 03 2013

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June 29 2013

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June 18 2013

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April 11 2013

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A number is said to be perfect if it equals the sum of its divisors: 6 is divisible by 1, 2, and 3, and 1 + 2 + 3 = 6. […]

Perfect numbers are rare. No one knows whether an infinite quantity exist, and no one knows whether any of them are odd. The early Greeks knew the first four, and in the ensuing two millennia we’ve uncovered only 44 more. But they have one thing in common — they reveal a curious harmony when expressed in base 2.
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March 25 2013

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March 11 2013

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February 25 2013

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February 07 2013

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February 05 2013

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The rules of Rock-paper-scissors-lizard-Spock are:

  • Scissors cut paper
  • Paper covers rock
  • Rock crushes lizard
  • Lizard poisons Spock
  • Spock smashes (or melts) scissors
  • Scissors decapitate lizard
  • Lizard eats paper
  • Paper disproves Spock
  • Spock vaporizes rock
  • Rock crushes scissors

There are ten possible pairings of the five gestures; each gesture beats two of the other gestures and is beaten by the remaining two.

One way to remember the rules is to remember the standard "rock-paper-scissors" ordering, where each gesture defeats the one before it, and is defeated by the one after. But then add the two novel gestures near the word they approximately rhyme with:

  1. Rock
  2. Spock
  3. Paper
  4. Lizard
  5. Scissors

In this expanded list, each gesture is defeated by the following two options, and defeats the preceding two.

Since the Spock gesture is known to be notoriously difficult for some people to perform, some players may be disadvantaged while playing this variant. The fingers must be moved quickly into the final position from a closed fist, which means that many people will not be able to use Spock, thus cutting down their options.

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