Real World

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Semantic Data Model - Overview
... The real world, in terms of resources, ideas, events, etc ... is an abstraction which defines how the stored symbols relate to the real world ... model must be a true representation of the real world ...
Spore (2008 Video Game) - Reception - Scientific Accuracy
... the game's player-driven evolution mechanism differs from real world evolution in some key ways The different species that appear in Spore each have different ... In real world evolution, there are many possible evolutionary pathways and there is no endpoint except extinction ... In the real world, an organism's environment shapes its evolution by allowing some individuals to reproduce more and causing other individuals to die ...
Real World - Other
... The Real World?, a play by Canadian playwright Michel Tremblay Real World (novel), a 2008 novel by Japanese author Natsuo Kirino ...
List Of Alternate Reality Games
... from the Halo 2 universe is stranded in our world and needs help ... Real world missions in cemeteries ... http//www.lastcallpoker.com/ The Lost Ring 2008 AKQA 6 olympians from another world came to help us save this one ...
List Of Persona 4 Characters - Non-player Characters - Marie
... After Yu and his friends defeat Ameno-sagiri, she vanishes from the real world if the player does not find her after too long, she will erased from ... which serves as the only portal to the Hollow Forest, Marie's TV World dungeon ... to them Marie has entered the TV World of her own free will, and that she is going to erase her existence to save the human world ...

Famous quotes containing the words world and/or real:

    In the first place, all books that get fairly into the vital air of the world were written by the successful class, by the affirming and advancing class, who utter what tens of thousands feel though they cannot say.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    To die proudly when it is no longer possible to live proudly. Death freely chosen, death at the right time, brightly and cheerfully accomplished amid children and witnesses: then a real farewell is still possible, as the one who is taking leave is still there; also a real estimate of what one has wished, drawing the sum of one’s life—all in opposition to the wretched and revolting comedy that Christianity has made of the hour of death.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)