Help Solve This Ancient Puzzle-Turned-Video Game

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teh_chem

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That's interesting. But surely with computational programs that calculate molecular interactions or chemical reaction dynamics, there are similar programs that can put together broken fragments in a best-match orientation. Unless this is also a study of crowdsourcing and collaborative efforts, then I can see that. But to simply re-create an artifact, eh.
 

thechief73

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Wow, the title caught my eye, but imminently reminded me of Stargate Universe Ep.1 where the gate key to Destiny was hidden in a computer game. The show had a rough start but IMHO could have been by far the best saga in the Stargate series. I still don't get how these execs. decide what shows to can. Neilson seems very crude to me. Wonder if these scientist realized this?
 

peltac

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First thing i thought of aswell chief! :p I thought for a second they may have actually created the game from SGU...oww well i will continue to live in hope :p
 
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