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A real life analysis of Mass Effect 2's science


8:00 AM on 03.23.2010



GameTrailers TV's Extended Cuts is appealing to our extremely nerdy side in the latest episode with their look at the science behind Mass Effect 2. Bioware's space epic is loaded with all sorts of science fiction and GT's Daniel Kayser gets the lowdown on how far we are from the fiction becoming reality.

Physicist Dr. Michio Kaku helps break down just what it will take to get some dream technology into our everyday lives and the whole segment is a real eye opener. The part about Biotics had me extremely fascinated. We always dream about telekinetic abilities, but I never once considered the way we'll be able to do it with Kaku's example.

Some very fascinating stuff, to say the least. Give it a look and let us know what you think!






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