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TV & Movies / Re: Cinematic Universe Discussions - COMICS
« Last post by Eternally Learning on Today at 06:34:15 PM »
FYI, for your timeline of the MCU, Captain Marvel takes place in the '90s and the latest scuttlebutt is that Ant-Man and The Wasp takes place at roughly the same time as Infinity War.
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TV & Movies / Re: Cinematic Universe Discussions - COMICS
« Last post by Eternally Learning on Today at 06:24:20 PM »
I wasn't terribly impressed by The Gifted. Wasn't awful, but the central family actors do absolutely nothing for me and the story is full up with character choices that I simply cannot relate to.
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TV & Movies / Re: Cinematic Universe Discussions - COMICS
« Last post by brilligtove on Today at 06:08:47 PM »
Wikipedia says The Gifted is connected to the X-Men film series, set but in an alternate timeline where the X-Men have disappeared.

I haven't tried to update the X-verse at this point since it doesn't really hold together.
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TV & Movies / Re: Cinematic Universe Discussions - COMICS
« Last post by PANTS! on Today at 05:58:08 PM »

I didn't add the Gifted. If it a Fox CU show?


I think so.  They reference the movies obliquely.

As for C&D & Runaways, only the writers have said it is a part if the MCU, afaik there are no in show references.  Except for Roxxon in C&D.

https://www.polygon.com/tv/2017/7/28/16055690/marvel-runaways-mcu-crossover

On a related note I am super pissed that no one will pull the trigger on New Warriors.  I mean come on - Squirrel Girl in live action - fuck yeah.  And she is played by Milana Vayntrub
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TV & Movies / Re: Cinematic Universe Discussions - COMICS
« Last post by brilligtove on Today at 05:56:07 PM »

I didn't add the Gifted. If it a Fox CU show?

Silver and Black may not happen?
https://screenrant.com/silver-sable-black-cat-production-delay/
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Tech Talk / Re: Random Number Generators: Really Random?
« Last post by Alex Simmons on Today at 05:53:42 PM »
True randomness requires use of naturally random phenomenon (e.g. atomic quantum fluctuations) as input. It's not possible algorithmically to create true randomness without including such natural phenomenon as part of the generation process. It's possible for an algorithm to create sequence of numbers that demonstrate statistical appearance of randomness, however if you know the starting state the sequence can be repeated exactly.
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TV & Movies / Re: Cinematic Universe Discussions - COMICS
« Last post by Harry Black on Today at 05:10:27 PM »
Cloak and Dagger is great.
Somehow.
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TV & Movies / Re: Cinematic Universe Discussions - COMICS
« Last post by Eternally Learning on Today at 05:06:49 PM »
I've been enjoying Cloak and Dagger thus far (though the soundtrack is pretty obnoxious), especially because I don't know anything about the characters so it's as much a mystery for me as it is for them. I must have missed the nods to the Netflix MCU though.
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Tech Talk / Random Number Generators: Really Random?
« Last post by CarbShark on Today at 04:38:39 PM »
Yes.

The way this is proven is the RNG creates sets of millions of numbers millions of times. Then the results are analyzed to determine if any number has a higher (or lower) probability of being generated than any other number.




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