The game is called “Scientific Games,” and it features a game board that says “How do you make the case that a certain hypothesis is true?”
It’s an odd question, considering that the question is supposed to be about science.
But it is about how you play it, and the answer is: “Just go for it!”
The game itself is simple: You choose a hypothesis and start a discussion.
You pick a question, and your opponent has to guess how the question relates to the hypothesis.
The more questions you ask, the more likely you are to make a valid response, which means the game is more fun if you’re trying to prove a hypothesis.
(You can also try to prove it by using science-fiction tropes, like “the universe is a simulation,” or “there is no god.”)
The game has been downloaded more than 25,000 times.
“You can be a little more aggressive with your responses,” said Richard A. Smith, a professor of computer science and director of the School of Computer Science at Purdue University.
“But if you get too aggressive, you can be the dumbest person ever.”
It’s a good example of how games like this can be used to test theories about scientific ideas.
In the video above, the person who answered “the stars align” says “yes,” which means he’s got a strong idea that the stars align in some way.
In fact, his answer seems to fit with other recent research about how our universe works.
“There is a very strong possibility that the universe has some kind of singularity that is not the result of an initial collision of stars,” said Smith.
“If you try to test that idea by trying to answer it by saying ‘well, it could be the result just of the stars colliding,’ then you’re probably going to get an answer that doesn’t agree with the theory.”
The idea that our universe is expanding is a pretty good one.
It has been supported by a string of studies that have shown that the expansion rate of the universe is slowing down.
The expansion rate has been increasing, and that means that the more matter we have in the universe, the bigger the universe gets.
So what makes this theory so compelling?
Smith said that’s why this particular question, the one that people are playing, is so important.
“The key to understanding what’s going on is how you can take that theory and turn it on its head,” he said.
“And that’s what you do by trying not to get too much into the question of what you think the universe’s like, but instead asking questions like, ‘how can we find a way to prove something that doesn ‘t make any sense?'”
The person who played the video is a scientist named Sam Voskuhl, and he said he took the challenge seriously.
“I really wanted to play the game for a long time,” he told me.
“It really made me realize how much work is still left to do in the field of science.”
Smith said that scientists are starting to use these kinds of experiments to investigate the ideas of a number of different fields.
One of the most common ones is the Big Bang theory, which posits that the first stars in the cosmos formed and then exploded and then eventually cooled down.
Smith said he and his colleagues were looking at whether it’s possible to find out whether this theory is true.
“We are seeing that our data on the Big Builders is really inconsistent,” he wrote in an email.
“Some results are not consistent with the Big Builder theory at all.
For example, we found that there is a significant correlation between the amount of matter that is in the Universe and the amount that is currently in the form of stars.
These results have been interpreted as evidence that the Big Building theory is wrong.
But in fact, they are really consistent with other data.”
The Big Builder theory is the one we’re most interested in right now, he said, because the new observations that we’ve seen show it to be correct.
But Smith said there are still lots of unanswered questions about the Big Architect theory.
“In the future, we hope to use other models to help answer these questions,” he added.
There’s also the idea that stars could have started out as dark matter particles, but then, as they got heavier, they became more and more energetic.
“We don’t know how that evolved,” Smith said.
And there’s another idea, which is that the earliest stars had a very low mass and were very compact, which made them easier to store energy in.
“There are many other hypotheses,” he explained.
Smith said he’s seen some positive responses to his game.
“As someone who works in the area of physics and astronomy, this is a really fun way to engage people in the process of finding new ideas about how the universe works,” he concluded.
“For the most part, it is a fun exercise