Astronomers used Playstation 3 consoles to study black hole vibrations.
Because it's useless as a game system.
And yet it plays the most technically impressive games,go figure huh?
his just angry cause he got nothign else to do ...and since the 360 cant run a good game even if it was running on all cylinders well he hates on the console with the best features
*work in progress* grrr... how do i get a pic from my hard drive on N4G? i dont know how to use image shack.. i am a noob...
PS3 did this because it's useless? Could you at least use some logic for a change? Seriously, if the 360 tried to do this it would burn your house. Oh, let me guess... are you angry because you're waiting for your 5th 360 to arrive?
jack who ?
A little bitter aren't we?
Next time they can use the PS3s to figure out why the 360 overheats when trying to run games?
Submitting the article and saying that comment was hillarious and by the time I clicked on the Open Zone, it was like comic timing. What's also funny is that what you said isn't AT ALL true, not in the slightest.
The shltbox manufactures people like jack-who .
omg is there anything the ps3 cant do!? sh*t the last 2 year the ps3 has been doing everything for everybody yo lol. damn sony, yall are f****** geniuses!
Wow kinda kool.. i mean what us gamers can take out of these is the the Sony's Playstation is able to do some amazing computing and calculations .. that in turn for us gamers comes up as (killzone) games that have amazing look light well physics .. so good to see that people see the PS3 as a way to do things that well they would have to use a Super Computer to do so ... but ya nice that us gamers can take something out of it ... oo maibe they are just trying to see whats going to hapen wen God Of War 3 comes out lol....
Well the PS3 has been able to tackle a different hole named "Jenna Haze" before. So this one will be easy peasy. :)
the "PS3 Gravity Grid" haha.
Next up: PS3 saves the planet. These things might as well be self-aware.
wow i truly am surprised at jack who cause he is the one who contributed this article Edit- Ok NVM just read what he said in the open zone.... fcking [email protected] that guy can never be unbiased now can he
Deep down he loves the ps3, who doesn't?
Wonder if they ever use them for games...
actually i was thinking that, how sad that they will not find owners such as us, and never know the greatness of games.
i'm pretty sure after they go on their breaks.. 16 of those PS3 will be used playing KZ2 while students are heavily studying in the library.
of SONY PlayStation 3. i must say it impresses me when they use PS3 instead of supercomputer. thanks
So THIS... this is the "Open Zone." I've heard about this place... I heard it was a place of wonderment and endless bubbles. That no one ever disagrees with you and fanboys are outcast. Truly, this must be the place of legend... THE END
Stick around.This place is hilarious
YUS! Realistic Black hole simuation in KZ3!
well since this is the open zone, and my 360 just crapped out. Time for some randomness.. "if they were to put 16 360s lined up like that, you'll see a domino effect of RROD straight down to the end." :D :D :D
Poor xbots, their console can do anything good, just halo halo and more halo, what a bore, while the susperior PS3 can do wonderful things like discover the universe.
Its great for calculating how far Mars is from Planet Earth. But for the rest, the PS3 is one big black hole itself. An imploding game system. The Cell is great for video streaming stuff and probably thats why the BluRay is added, but its not the best gameconsole.
they could connect 16 Xbox 360 to study the vibrations of smoldering lava
I swear I've seen this story about four or five times now, in the space of a few months. It's great and all, but it just seems as if someone is rehashing the same story over and over again.
just keep shagging with your galo boxes...... till eternity.....
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