Zaun Amorphous Experiment - Development Log 001

  • Wow. Zaun is conducting a scientific experiment? Guys, I GUARANTEE that this will go 100% as planned.
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    Originally Posted by Ransom View Post
    Wow. Zaun is conducting a scientific experiment? Guys, I GUARANTEE that this will go 100% as planned.
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    I'm impressed they're (apparently) following the scientific method. This researcher approves.
  • Zaun... I don't trust that place. This can't end well!
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    Originally Posted by davin View Post
    I'm impressed they're (apparently) following the scientific method. This researcher approves.
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    There is no doubt that this is a double-blind, controlled experiment, and that the results will be published in a peer-reviewed journal. Come on. This is Zaun we're talking about.
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    Originally Posted by Ransom View Post
    There is no doubt that this is a double-blind, controlled experiment, and that the results will be published in a peer-reviewed journal. Come on. This is Zaun we're talking about.
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    Double-blind as in "if you don't peer-review this paper you'll be blinded TWICE"
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    Originally Posted by Ransom View Post
    There is no doubt that this is a double-blind, controlled experiment, and that the results will be published in a peer-reviewed journal. Come on. This is Zaun we're talking about.
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    R...right? Right?

    I think the Piltover approach is probably cleaner.
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    Originally Posted by davin View Post
    R...right? Right?

    I think the Piltover approach is probably cleaner.
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    Progress is what matters! You can't make an omelette without breaking a few laboratories.
  • I also like how the project leads describe their specimen as "cute." It's like they've never watched a movie EVER. Critters are always cute when they're babies. And this thing has already outgrown its chamber...
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    Originally Posted by solemnillusions View Post
    wow, look at this! Something new is coming...

    ...and i'm first?

    Demacia all the way, baby!
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    Goomaciaaaaa!