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12090"Cheeki Breeki ee v Damke" tuned to Bandit Polka
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Tue, 17 Jun 2014 15:40:58 +0000articles161170The force of Pitch Shift:
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P.S.: I'll make and upload a full length song in mp3 if someone wants it.Half-Life 3, let's count the release date
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Mon, 15 Apr 2013 16:47:41 +0000articles125335As we know, half-life is the time in which half of radioactive isotops will decay. For example, for <sup><span class="mw-redirect">232</span></sup>U (uranium 282)<span class="mw-redirect"> it takes 68.9 years to loose half of it's mass. That's the</span><sup><span class="mw-redirect">232</span></sup>U's half-life.
Now let's think about Half-Life series. Valve was found in 1996, HL was released in late 1998. Half-Life<sup>2</sup> was released in late 2004. Shouldn't we think mathematically?
If half-life for an element is 2 years, then half-life<sup>2</sup> for that element is 4 years (half-life*half-life=2*2).
If Valve was found in 1996 and Half-Life (which is equal to Half-Life<sup>1</sup>) was released in late 1998, than it took at least 2 years to develop Half-Life.
6 years after HL1 release Half-Life<sup>2</sup> was released, so, let's find a quad root of Half-Life<sup>2</sup>. SQRT(6)=2,44... Did it take 2.44 years to develop Half-Life<sup>1</sup>? It's pretty close to the real data. And what happens if we literally count Half-Life<sup>3</sup>?
2,44^3=2,44*2,44*2,44=14,5 years. Let's take HL2 release date (<span style="text-decoration: underline;">late</span> 2004 = 2004.8) and add 14,5 years which are equal to Half-Life<sup>3</sup> - we get 2019. Now you know the release date :)
P.S.: To get more accurate results, it's better to count days instead of years, which I'm going to do later.
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