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A better test would be to give a problem that has no correct answer, you are not given the correct tools, some of the requirements are partly contradictory among each other, and you need to have a persuasive argument as to why you answer is a "good" answer, which means also comparing your way to alternative ways.
Cats can be interesting when it comes to prey.
game studios such as wargaming.net is much more consumer friendly
Yeah, because when you own 1,000 games, you want to register with 1,000 different web sites and manually track every game you own. I want a single management interface for all of games. I no longer purchase any games that are not on Steam or from Blizzard. The last thing I want is to track my games.
We have measured red shifts that indicate a rate of over 2c moving away from us.
No, we have not. There is no defined redshift for speeds faster than c. The largest redshift we have is for the z~1100 for the CMB, which corresponds to a velocity of 0.999998c.
You may want to do a bit of reading
Quote: Due to the expansion increasing as distances increase, the distance between two remote galaxies can increase at more than 3×10^8 m/s
This is old news. I assume you're trolling or willfully ignorant.