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  1. This Definitive Spaceship Sizing Chart Will Blow Your Mind In Less Than Twelve Parsecs

    They're tore up plenty, but they'll fly true.

    Honorary space cowboy Dirk Loechel has just completed a mind-blowingly comprehensive 4,268 x 5,690-pixel chart that demonstrates the comparative size of virtually every beloved ship in all of sci-fi.

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  2. Microsoft E3 Roundup, Halo, Tomb Raider, Fable Legends, and More

    Microsoft didn't want to talk about hardware much this year, so we've got a lot of games to look at.

    Of course Halo got a lot of the attention this year with its high definition remakes and upcoming sequel, but Microsoft's entire press conference focused on games today, and there sure were a lot of them. Here are the high points in case you didn't have the time/desire to sit through the whole thing.

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  3. Is the Halo 5: Guardians Announcement a Delay or Just an Announcement?

    If your response is, "Who cares, man? HALO 5!" I won't judge.

    Last year at E3, Microsoft announced that, in 2014, the "journey with Halo on Xbox One begins." Today, Halo 5: Guardians was announced for Xbox One for... fall of 2015. Some fans and journalists see this as a delay, but with rumors of other Halo plans this year, was this always the plan?

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  4. The Halo Headband Will Make You Smarter by Shocking Your Brain

    As apposed to other Halos that wipe out all sentient life.

    Currently, there is no excuse for using the tired phrase "put on your thinking cap," but the Halo headband is trying to change that. The small device sits on your skull and zaps your brain with electricity to increase your focus, which probably comes in handy when you're trying not to think about the headband you're wearing zapping your brain.

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  5. Sci-Fi Life Would Be Less Complicated If Everybody Read These Manuals

    There And Back Again

    The Doctor could stand to be more like Ripley or Kaylee: the manual is for reading. Not throwing into supernovas. All of adho1982's service manuals are available as tees, prints, etc., from Neatoshop.

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  6. Cortana’s Voice Actress Will Provide Her Talents for Microsoft’s “Cortana” Voice Command Feature

    We suddenly find Her 100% more plausible.

    Halo fans, get ready to have a very Her relationship with your Microsoft devices. In not entirely surprising (but awesome) news, considering Microsoft has been calling their upcoming voice command rollout "Cortana" for months, it seems that Halo voice actress Jen Taylor will voice the feature named after her character.

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  7. The Story Behind This Morning’s @UberFacts Tweet About Halo Armor

    It's weird when your friend is an UberFact.

    If you follow the Twitter account @UberFacts you probably saw their tweet this morning about the guy who sold an engagement ring and bought Master Chief armor from Halo. It's 100% true, and I know that because he's one of my best friends, and he's going to be writing for Geekosystem soon. He's Eric Smith.

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  8. Bungie’s Destiny Concept Art and Story Details Leak

    Put down Halo 4 for a minute and look at this. Someone leaked art and other assets from Destiny, the next video game from Bungie. The documents were leaked to IGN and confirmed by Bungie to have come from an advertising agency. In response to the leaked art, Bungie went ahead and released the above image to show off what they have in the works. Along with the leaked images, the documents included some details about the story of the game. Potential spoilers ahead, folks.

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  9. High School Gamers Better At Operating Robotic Surgical Equipment Than Surgeons

    Robotic surgical tools are giving doctors more insight and precision into the surgeries they perform than ever before, but with the technology still in its infancy, many surgeons are still struggling to master the skills they need to make the most of robotic surgery equipment. It turns out that surgeons using robots could take a pointer or two from video gamers, who, in a recent study, proved as good or better than their MD bearing counterparts in tests of the skills involved in robot-assisted surgery.

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  10. Halo 4 Stays Classy, Reminds United States Gamers to Vote

    For many people, November 6th, 2012 may prove to be a date they'll recall for years to come. Some folks might immediately associate this with the presidential election -- for good reason -- but others will associate it with another kind of leap into the unknown: The launch of Halo 4. The latest game in the franchise marks the first truly new entry from developer 343 Industries. Knowing full well that gamers picking up their copy might lose themselves in it, they've included a brief note reminding players to vote if they live in the United States.

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