Best Mass Effect 2 Famous Quotes & Sayings

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30 Best Mass Effect 2 Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Mikhail Gorbachev: In effect, according to Lenin, socialism and democracy are indivisible. By gaining democratic freedoms the In effect, according to Lenin, socialism and democracy are indivisible. By gaining democratic freedoms the working masses come to power. — Mikhail Gorbachev
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Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Patrick Rothfuss: Soft fantasy worlds have a much looser cause-and-effect relationship. Alchemists can turn lead into gold Soft fantasy worlds have a much looser cause-and-effect relationship. Alchemists can turn lead into gold and nobody wonders about how it will impact the currency system. Someone waves a wand and turns an elephant into a mouse and nobody worries about conservation of mass. — Patrick Rothfuss
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Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Rodney A. Brooks: MASS INCREASESThe final paradox of relativity is the increase in mass due to motion. Mass MASS INCREASES

The final paradox of relativity is the increase in mass due to motion. Mass increase has been observed experimentally in particle accelerators, with increases as great as 3000% for particles traveling at over 99.9% the speed of light. How can the mass of an object get bigger just because it's moving?

Intuitive explanation. As we saw in Chapter 2, mass means inertia - i.e., resistance to acceleration. If you push something and it doesn't respond much, then by definition it has a large mass or inertia. Now we just saw that pushing on something that is traveling at close to the speed of light has little effect on its speed because the underlying fields are already moving almost as fast as they can. Thus its resistance to acceleration has become greater and this means its mass has increased. Mass increase is just another way of saying that fields can't propagate faster than c. — Rodney A. Brooks
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Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Ludwig Von Mises: The wealth of the well-to-do of an industrial society is both the cause and effect The wealth of the well-to-do of an industrial society is both the cause and effect of the masses' well-being. — Ludwig Von Mises
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Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Norman Cousins: Humanity today is not safe in the presence of humanity. The old cannibalism has given Humanity today is not safe in the presence of humanity. The old cannibalism has given way to anonymous action in which the killer and the killed do not know each other, and in which,indeed, the very fact of mass death has the effect of making mass killing less reprehensible than the death of a single individual. In short, we have evolved in every respect except our ability to protect ourselves against human intelligence. Our knowledge is vast but does not embrace the workings of peace. — Norman Cousins
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Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Joss Whedon: The absolute favorite part of Comic-Con is seeing like a Mass Effect guy hanging out The absolute favorite part of Comic-Con is seeing like a Mass Effect guy hanging out with a Sailor Moon, and they're just having a great time. Nerds, we love what we love with a passion and sometimes it's an angry passion, and to see that all sort of bleed out and everybody just connect — Joss Whedon
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Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By John Steinbeck: It is a rule in paleontology that ornamentation and complication precede extinction. And our mutation, It is a rule in paleontology that ornamentation and complication precede extinction. And our mutation, of which the assembly line, the collective farm, the mechanized army, and the mass production of food are evidences or even symptoms, might well correspond to the thickening armor of the great reptiles - a tendency that can end only in extinction. If this should happen to be true, nothing stemming from thought can interfere with it or bend it. Conscious thought seems to have little effect on the action or direction of our species. — John Steinbeck
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Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Christopher Lasch: The effect of the mass media is not to elicit belief but to maintain the The effect of the mass media is not to elicit belief but to maintain the apparatus of addiction. — Christopher Lasch
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Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Dan Boone: Jergen Moltmann writes, End-time histories might better be referred to as exterminism. These are acts Jergen Moltmann writes, End-time histories might better be referred to as exterminism. These are acts of military, economic, or ecological violence. Anyone who talks about "the apocalypse" or "the battle of Armageddon" is providing a religious interpretation for mass human crime, and is trying to make God responsible for what human beings are doing. Nothing has a more fatal effect than the expectation of a fatal future. These "cosmic catastrophe promoters" do not awaken the faith and hope of people. The only result is a general alarmism. What Christian apocalyptic intends is not to evoke horror in the face of the end, but to encourage endurance in resisting the powers of this world. Anyone who interprets the threatening nuclear annihilation of humanity apocalyptically as Armageddon is pushing onto God the responsibility of human beings. This is the height of godlessness and irresponsibility. This type of apocalyptic must be exposed. — Dan Boone
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Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Richard Armitage: The development of weapons of mass destruction and the missiles to carry them would be The development of weapons of mass destruction and the missiles to carry them would be a very destabilizing effect, should Iran be able to accomplish that. — Richard Armitage
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Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Felicia Day: I'm a huge fan of BioWare games. I think they do some of the best I'm a huge fan of BioWare games. I think they do some of the best character-building. I mean, I have a relationship with Thane from 'Mass Effect' that is as vivid as any crush that I've had on a TV-show character. — Felicia Day
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Rob Manuel: A little light on the RPG elements but heavy on action, 'Mass Effect 2' was A little light on the RPG elements but heavy on action, 'Mass Effect 2' was the game that created a world of characters that I actually cared about. When it came down to making those tough decisions during the final mission, I actually had to put the controller down and think about my choices. — Rob Manuel
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Fernando Pessoa: Thought can be lofty without being elegant, but to the extent it lacks elegance it Thought can be lofty without being elegant, but to the extent it lacks elegance it will have less effect on others. Force without finesse is mere mass. — Fernando Pessoa
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Casey Hudson: Whatever we do would likely happen before or during the events of Mass Effect 3, Whatever we do would likely happen before or during the events of Mass Effect 3, not after — Casey Hudson
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By John Ruskin: A forest of all manner of trees is poor, if not disagreeable, in effect; a A forest of all manner of trees is poor, if not disagreeable, in effect; a mass of one species of tree is sublime. — John Ruskin
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Robert Kroese: The crowd was getting hysterical, so I reached into my back pocket and flippe open The crowd was getting hysterical, so I reached into my back pocket and flippe open my wallet to reveal my badge. "Official business," I announced. "Please leave the area." This had the desired effect; it deescalated the mood and prompted most of the crowd to disperse. It's funny what a plastic badge and a meaningless phrase can do. The authority of the police is anothe mass delusion that can be useful at times. I hadn't even needed to claim I was a cop; all it took was a couple of simple cues to invoke the delusion. — Robert Kroese
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By William Bateson: In Darwin's time no serious attempt had been made to examine the manifestations of variability. In Darwin's time no serious attempt had been made to examine the manifestations of variability. A vast assemblage of miscellaneous facts could formerly be adduced as seemingly comparable illustrations of the phenomenon "Variation." Time has shown this mass of evidence to be capable of analysis. When first promulgated it produced the impression that variability was a phenomenon generally distributed amongst living things in such a way that the specific divisions must be arbitrary. When this variability is sorted out, and is seen to be in part a result of hybridisation, in part a consequence of the persistence of hybrids by parthenogenetic reproduction, a polymorphism due to the continued presence of individuals representing various combinations of Mendelian allelomorphs, partly also the transient effect of alteration in external circumstances, we see how cautious we must be in drawing inferences as to the indefiniteness of specific limits from a bare knowledge that intermediates exist. — William Bateson
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Austin Dacey: Souls (or minds) are thought of as purely non-physical, they can't be weighed, split in Souls (or minds) are thought of as purely non-physical, they can't be weighed, split in half, heated or cooled, they lack mass, electric charge and so on ... but how could they possibly have a cause and effect relationship with bodies that are said to have these, and only these physical properties? — Austin Dacey
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Mark Twain: I was in one of the most grand attitudes I ever struck, with my arm I was in one of the most grand attitudes I ever struck, with my arm stretched up pointing to the sun. It was a noble effect. You could see the shudder sweep the mass like a wave. — Mark Twain
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Colin Powell: Change of regime with respect to Iraq had nothing to do with this; it had Change of regime with respect to Iraq had nothing to do with this; it had everything to do with the fact that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. And at the time change in regime as a policy came into effect in 1998, it was seen as the only way to compel Iraq to get rid of its weapons of mass destruction. — Colin Powell
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Justus Von Liebig: There are various causes for the generation of force: a tensed spring, an air current, There are various causes for the generation of force: a tensed spring, an air current, a falling mass of water, fire burning under a boiler, a metal that dissolves in an acid-one and the same effect can be produced by means of all these various causes. But in the animal body we recognise only one cause as the ultimate cause of all generation of force, and that is the reciprocal interaction exerted on one another by the constituents of the food and the oxygen of the air. The only known and ultimate cause of the vital activity in the animal as well as in the plant is a chemical process. — Justus Von Liebig
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Carl Von Clausewitz: We must evaluate the political sympathies of other states and the effect war may have We must evaluate the political sympathies of other states and the effect war may have on them. To assess these things in all their ramifications and diversity is plainly a colossal task. Rapid and correct appraisal of them clearly calls for the intuition of a genius; to master all this complex mass by sheer methodical examination is obviously impossible. Bonaparte was quite right when he said that Newton himself would quail before the algebraic problems it could pose. — Carl Von Clausewitz
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By John Green: Her library filled her bookshelves and then overflowed into waist-high stacks of books everywhere, piled Her library filled her bookshelves and then overflowed into waist-high stacks of books everywhere, piled haphazardly against the walls. If just one of them moved ... the domino effect could engulf the three of us in an asphyxiating mass of literature. — John Green
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Paul Henry Lang: What the music offers in a good opera is something that comes from a region What the music offers in a good opera is something that comes from a region that precedes the concrete concept of drama and, strictly speaking, stands outside the world of drama. Opera does not permit men to appear in nakedly logical acts, for the music dissolves feelings and thoughts into melodies and rhythms, harmonies and counterpoints, which in themselves have no conceptual meaning. Thus in opera objective situations may very well become entirely subjective expressions. Because of its paradoxical nature opera is capable of paradoxical effects; it can express purely sensuously the most profound abstractions, and the musical drama, exerting a mass effect far more than does the spoken drama, is much more primitive as drama than the spoken theatre; it must render conflict and character in immediate symbols. — Paul Henry Lang
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Antonio Gramsci: How many times have I wondered if it is really possible to forge links with How many times have I wondered if it is really possible to forge links with a mass of people when one has never had strong feelings for anyone, not even one's own parents: if it is possible to have a collectivity when one has not been deeply loved oneself by individual human creatures. Hasn't this had some effect on my life as a militant
has it not tended to make me sterile and reduce my quality as a revolutionary by making everything a matter of pure intellect, of pure mathematical calculation? — Antonio Gramsci
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Casey Hudson: The whole idea of Mass Effect3 is resolving all of the biggest questions, about the The whole idea of Mass Effect3 is resolving all of the biggest questions, about the Protheons and
the Reapers, and being in the driver's seat to end the galaxy and all
of these big plot lines, to decide what civilizations are going to
live or die: All of these things are answered in Mass Effect 3. — Casey Hudson
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By David Foster Wallace: There is something about a mass-market Luxury Cruise that's unbearably sad. Like most unbearably sad There is something about a mass-market Luxury Cruise that's unbearably sad. Like most unbearably sad things, it seems incredibly elusive and complex in its causes and simple in its effect: on board the Nadir - especially at night - I felt despair. The wor's overused and banalified now, despair, but it's a serious word, and I'm using it seriously. — David Foster Wallace
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Sam Maggs: (Surprisingly, the term has been around since at least 1782, when Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, (Surprisingly, the term has been around since at least 1782, when Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, wrote in a letter to her mother that her "feels" made her cry and gave her insomnia, similar to how a modern fangirl might feel after finishing the Mass Effect trilogy.) Feels — Sam Maggs
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Tom Bissell: Games such as Mass Effect allow the gamer a freedom of decision that can be Games such as Mass Effect allow the gamer a freedom of decision that can be evilly enlivening or nobly self-congratulating, but these games become uniquely compelling when they force you to the edge of some drawn, real-life line of intellectual or moral obligation that, to your mild astonishment, you find you cannot step across even in what is, essentially, a digital dollhouse for adults. Other mediums may depict the necessary (or foolhardy) breaches of such lines, or their foolhardy (or necessary) protection, but only games actually push you to the line's edge and make you live with the fictional consequences of your choice. — Tom Bissell
Best Mass Effect 2 Sayings By Alfred Russel Wallace: The five cells are silky-white within, and are filled with a mass of firm, cream-coloured The five cells are silky-white within, and are filled with a mass of firm, cream-coloured pulp, containing about three seeds each. This pulp is the eatable part, and its consistence and flavour are indescribable. A rich custard highly flavoured with almonds gives the best general idea of it, but there are occasional wafts of flavour that call to mind cream-cheese, onion-sauce, sherry-wine, and other incongruous dishes. Then there is a rich glutinous smoothness in the pulp which nothing else possesses, but which adds to its delicacy. It is neither acid nor sweet nor juicy; yet it wants neither of these qualities, for it is in itself perfect. It produces no nausea or other bad effect, and the more you eat of it the less you feel inclined to stop. In fact, to eat Durians is a new sensation worth a voyage to the East to experience. — Alfred Russel Wallace