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Steven Universe Recap: “Bismuth”

Here's to 100 episodes of feelings!

I haven't seen this heavy a discussion of ethics in space warfare since Animorphs.

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Interview: Ethan Young, Creator of Nanjing: The Burning City On Representing War Atrocities

On December 13, 1937, Japanese troops captured the former capital of China, Nanjing during the Second Sino-Japanese War. It's a horrific episode in history that not many people know about, which is why I was really curious about Tails creator Ethan Young portraying it in a comic at Dark Horse.

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NATO Commissioned Report Gives OK To Killing Hackers In Cyber Warfare

They shoot hackers, don't they? Well, not yet, but give cyber warfare some time to get its feet and that could change. A new report commissioned by NATO finds that applying the rules of conventional war to cyber warfare makes sense, meaning that countries could be in the clear as far as international law is concerned if they strike beck against virtual attacks with real life force.

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A Ten Year Game of Civilization II That Won’t End

Redditor Lycerius has been playing one single game of Civilization II for ten years. As far as this avid Civ connoisseur is concerned, Civ II is the second best main entry into the series, behind Civ IV, so there's no reason not to play it all the way into 2012. Lycerius, however, has been playing one match for a decade, and the three-civilization war he's been fighting has been at a stalemate for over one thousand years, with the entire campaign currently at 3991 A.D.. Aside from that feat being amazing enough on its own, it's how the world is shaped and exactly why the war has been a thousand-year stalemate that is both simultaneously so fascinating and hilarious.

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