Sunday, 29 May 2016

The Oatmeal

How long could you survive chained to a bunk bed with a velociraptor?
Created by Oatmeal

Go and check this out.

Thursday, 26 May 2016

Light Fire

So lately, I've been playing some "A dark room." I've made quite some progress, but this time I plan to finish the game, as I've played before but I've never gotten to the point where I actually flown the spaceship away and stuff. Once you fly it away successfully, the game then restarts: Light fire. Here are some pictures of the game.















Other than that, nothing to report or blog about.
Until next time.

Bot design: Swarm Intelligence

To continues further on the previous posts about swarm intelligence, here are the main types and categories of swarm bots:

Really, this is just a sort of hobby that started a couple of posts ago; but I'm really keen on inventing more stuff for what I've decided to name this project: The Swarm. 
I know it's kind of cliched, but then that's what I'll call it for now; I'll give it some other name sometime later. 


Airborne





WINGING_type
Small, lightweight wings that operate on nuclear, solar and wind energy.

Example from Wikipedia:

 F = \frac{GMm}{r^2} e^{-h \int \rho(r) dr}

Either a gravity-shielding substance, a magic-enhanced (remember, the paracosm world I'm talking about has magic, but not like wand-casting magic and explosions, but incantations and boosts and calm, not the most effective spells.) technological magnet (think self-sustained magnetic levitation) or some simple, old-school rockets.

WATERMAN-type
Reinforced helium sacs to lift up the bot; bot either drifts with the wind or has a small motor attached so it can move with minimal power. Nuclear, solar, and wind powered.

HELIOTROPE-type (propeller)
Either out in the open like a helicopter's propeller, (on top of the bot or underneath) or protected and not in the open.

V-type (rockets)
These bots would be similar to kamikaze pilots, but much smaller. They would have a one-time use rocket booster, chemically powered, and they would carry one or more of the following:

  • Chemical weapons/agents

  • Biological weapons/agents

  • Typical explosives

  • Radioactive material

  • Incendiary material
  • Acidic agents
  • Helpful things, for aiding an ally
  • Dust
  • Confusion agents (or devices)
  • Suppression fire devices
  • Distraction devices


DEPOSIT_MOVE types
Unlike DEPOSIT types, DEPOSIT_MOVE types are simply modified DEPOSIT types, ones that have been modified to air and water movement types.

Ground

The smallest (as in least amount of types) group of bots; slowest.


DEPOSIT-types
DEPOSIT types are bots that generally, yep, you guessed it, deposit certain agents, devices, and in some cases, bots. DEPOSIT type bots do not function in swarms, although they can be modified to do so. Top speed of 15 km/h

EZKAZE-type
A kamikaze type of bot, sneaks up and self-detonates, releasing a cloud of chemicals into the air or injecting some horrendous toxin into said target.Top speed of 25 km/h

TANK-type
These autonomous bots have one objective: kill enemies. They are among the largest of all ground bots, and they are equipped with small lasers, tiny projectile cannons, and for the largest ones, grenades. Top speed of 20 km/h.


Water

SUBMARINE-type
Acts like a tiny submarine, they travel in large swarms of 50 up to 500. Armed with a tough, retractable metal spur and they have a top speed of 20 km/h.

MAY-type
A simple boat type, armed with a similar spur but made of tough ceramic. Top speed of 20 km/h

Universal types

RCAS-type (Remote Camera and Audio Surveillance)
Surveillance bots, they are some of the smallest bot types and are some of the fastest.
They (obviously) do surveillance and they gather intelligence.



Anyways, that's all for now on "The Swarm."


Until next time
Gary Leafbelt Spade, aka Heto

Tuesday, 24 May 2016

More stuff from the Water Chicken (aka me)

I forget to mention one thing:
When I said "algebraic equations," in the previous post, I meant it to be like this:

One character is one "bot" or a small piece of the swarm, so an algebraic equation like this:



Would be made of 8 bots, (let's just call them bots from now on) as the equal sign would be one singular bot with 2 separately moving parts that both have 1/2 of the computing power for the entire bot, kind of like the left and right side of the brain, therefore they cannot function without each other. They would actually both be independently moving, but consistently communicating with each other to coordinate movements and share data.

For the irregular bots like the 4, 7 and the 5, we'll assume that they each function as a slower class of bot, shielding the alpha bot. (I might even decide not to have an alpha bot, but just a gargantuan swarm of independent bots that communicate, coordinate, and execute.)







Although I just found this picture on the internet, this would be the basic "skeleton" of the + sign bot from the algebraic equation formation, but this design (or model, whichever one you prefer) would be semi aquatic. The ones capable of flight (pretty much all of them) would have one of the following:

Wings
Small, lightweight wings that operate on nuclear, solar and wind energy.

Example from Wikipedia:
 F = \frac{GMm}{r^2} e^{-h \int \rho(r) dr}
Either a gravity-shielding substance, a magic-enhanced (remember, the paracosm world I'm talking about has magic, but not like wand-casting magic and explosions, but incantations and boosts and calm, not the most effective spells.) technological magnet (think self-sustained magnetic levitation) or some simple, old-school rockets.

Balloons
Reinforced helium sacs to lift up the bot; bot either drifts with the wind or has a small motor attached so it can move with minimal power. Nuclear, solar, and wind powered.

Propeller
Either out in the open like a helicopter's propeller, (on top of the bot or underneath) or protected and not in the open.

Rockets
These bots would be similar to kamikaze pilots, but much smaller. They would have a one-time use rocket booster, chemically powered, and they would carry one or more of the following:

  • Chemical weapons/agents

  • Biological weapons/agents

  • Typical explosives

  • Radioactive material

  • Incendiary material
  • Acidic agents
  • Helpful things, for aiding an ally
  • Dust
  • Confusion agents (or devices)
  • Suppression fire devices
  • Distraction devices
Thats all for today. Oh, and if anyone wants to try out A Dark Room, (search it up) a minimalist text game similar to the Candy Boxes 1 & 2, paste this into the import file area in the bottom right (do this at the very beginning) and it will import my advanced world into your new one. Have fun ;)
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Gary Leafbelt Spade, aka Heto













Swarm Intelligence

Hey! 
I know that I haven't been writing for a long time, but today I came across
this article and I got a couple of ideas.


    "The captain had ordered everyone below decks, for the outside monstrosity had completely decimated on of the Poiutreq designed smokestacks, supposedly able to withstand anything nature threw at it in open seas. But the sailors knew that this seemingly gaseous anomaly was nowhere near natural; it's swarming black dots appeared to eat up the the bullets shot at them. They could see the sailor's dead body, though no physical damage was found later when they went out to inspect the damage, long after a large, rippling ball of heliotrope had risen from within the depths of the swarm "


Yeah... A mysterious swarm made of of virtually everything (from dots to machine-like squares {similar to the ones from the article} and complex algebraic equations) shows up and begins attacking things. 






Later.
-Gary Leafbelt Spade, aka Heto

Sunday, 8 May 2016

Thaddeus is Gone

Bad news: 
I quit the game whilst exploring with Thaddeus, but when I rejoined, he was gone. I shall erect a tombstone for Thaddeus and also get my saddle and horse armor back. Then I'll tame another horse.

Saturday, 7 May 2016

The Mines

I went on a mining expedition with Thaddeus and I collected quite a bit of iron and 4 gold ingots, all in the vicinity of a large abandoned mineshaft. When I saw the vein of gold next to a larger vein of coal, upon mining it, I went back up, so if I died, my lovely iron and gold would still be alive and in my chest.

I plan to go back there very soon to continue exploring the other caves branching off, and hopefully, find some diamonds.

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

City Building 2.0

I was thinking of war and things, (someone had asked me to draw them a war fight scene)
when I thought, what would happen if the city I'm working on was attacked?


Here's the procedure for evacuation and defense:

  1. The military and the government evacuate everyone to an underwater stronghold.
  2. Government tries to reason
  3. If reasoning works, everyone is relocated back to their residences.
  4. If the reasoning fails, the military begins to wait for the actual invasion to begin
  5. Once it begins, the military defend most of the weak points in the island as well as the strongest points in enemy attacks
  6. This goes on for a bit, until the city has lost, the attacking army repelled, or until something big happens, such as an unexpected retreat.

It's pretty crude, so I'll try to improve the procedure in the future, but at this time, it's pretty good, I'll say.

 I promise I'll come back on this sometime in the future. Until next time, readers.

Monday, 2 May 2016

The Search for Iron and more

I'm back at it again collecting iron and hopefully some diamonds. Right now, luck with caves is minimal. The ravine I went into in the savanna only had 5 iron in total. I then went to a mesa, in which I recovered only 16 iron. I have enough for a full set of armor already, though I got kind of lost during the collecting.


The Savanna-jungle border.




I crafted some new tools and hunted cows till I had enough food for a while. I don't need to worry about preserving any animals now, except maybe the chicken for it's feathers. Though if I conserve enough arrows until I can get an Infinity enchantment, the chickens I won't need. I'll only need 31 diamonds for now so I can get a diamond pick and a diamond axe, as well as an enchantment table and a full set of armor. Next thing I'll craft is shield. When I set off, I really should've mined near the village until I could get a map.


I need one of those.


I soon ended up pretty successful, with 2 and a half stacks of coal and pretty much 1 hole stack of iron. I would've mined more, but after that, I decided my house of choice would be house on stilts with a nice large balcony.

I'm starting work on a small artificial pond to farm sugar cane and for decoration. As well as this and collecting diamonds, gold, lapis lazuli and redstone, I need to build my house and another barn to house the farm animals.

My very own Walden's Pond, sponsored by Minecraft.

Anyways, I will see you next blog post.


Sunday, 1 May 2016

Alrighty, peoples

I've changed my mind about the tree house. I think it'll take a long time, but I'm willing to devote time. Still, that's not the problem. Here it is:

If the tree house were in the jungle, I would be completely fine. But its not, and I really don't want to live in the jungle; it for some reason depresses me. I don't know what to build, a house, a tower, an underground bunker, or something else. A floating house, maybe?
Let's take a look.

House
Pros:
Easy to make, not much resources required unless it's a big house. (and by big I mean gargantuan, like a castle-house.)

Looks in place with the village

Cons:
Too cliched
Looks too in place with the village
No creativity

Tower
Pros:
Tall, good for elytra usage
Good vantage point
Looks darned awesome

Cons:
Even if it's a small tower, still takes lots of resources
Could look like the village church: that would be weird
Fear of death from falling (minimal, though)
What are we going to put in it?
Takes a long time to get up to the top

Underground
Pros:
Instead of using resources, you gain resources
Lot's of space
Adjustable

Cons:
Can be gloomy, but if we add a roof, the "underground" theme is disrupted
Can be quite annoying to build

Hobbit Hole
Pros:
Looks nice
Homey
Easy to make
Gain resources

Cons:
Where is the hill?
Can be gloomy, like the underground shelter.



I'll think about it.






And we're back from the Nether

So today what I did was I imported saves from my older computer to this new one, and I started playing my most advanced survival world so far, and the only thing that greatly annoys me is that I played maybe around 90% of this world on 1.8.8. Great. So I already have full diamond and everything, but instead of a diamond axe, which I want as my main weapon since 1.9 came out, I have a Sharpness V (I'm planning to add more enchants) diamond sword. Awesome sword, but I want an axe. So here's some pics of my world:

The Nether. Bum bum bum!



Brewing Area and nether wart farm.



Enchantment area and mob farm.


The Farming Plains



Living quarters of the Desert temple house



So, off I'm going to go to mine some diamonds for me lurvely axe. Next Blog post!

Some Credits

First, I would like to thank Coffey for inspiring me to start blogging, especially about Minecraft. (Edit: As well as this, Coffey deserves another very spacial thanks for the template and layout of this blog. To Coffey: Thanks a lot, mate.) (Edit 2: you can find his blog here: adventurecubed.blogspot.com)
                           
Yep. Meant every word.

Second I would like to thank the author of this article detailing the biggest mistake of a blogger. (Edit: It helped me a lot.)

-Gary Leafbelt Spade, aka "Heto"

Tree's, Stables, Caves, Mr.Mending's house, Mesas, Sugarcane...

So, I've finished the stables and relocated Darwin from his post by the incinerator to the stables. (warning: many Animal Farm references in here!)

The barn doesn't look like a barn or a stable, but it's really only mean't for one.
I probably won't find a mule, so the barn will be home to one at a time, say Darwin, while I ride the other around, but that can only happen if I have lead, which I don't Sorry guys, but Darwin and the other horse shall have to cope.
In other news, the village I have taken up residence in doesn't appear to have a farmer. So, I have all their crops to myself. So, that means that I'm going to start finding cows to farm. When I have enough wheat, I'll improve the barn by adding hay bales.
Now, I'm looking forward to make a map, so I went out collecting sugarcane. I found 9 sugarcane on the shore of a large mesa. As I ventured to the top for the view, I made a fabulous discovery: There were oak trees on top of the mesa plateau. So I gathered some of the local materials (stained clay and hardened clay) and I started to build a humble adobe. My iron pickaxe was nearly gone, so I crafted a stone one. (I was too lazy to go back to make another iron pickaxe) I gathered some more wood and saplings and as night fell, I made a pillar on my rooftop and admired the view while eating my lame dinner of 1 carrot.

"Animal farm may happen again for Farmer Gary," he said in a southwestern Texan accent.
Trees, a lake and a river, just our typical Minecraft night...


Hey guys! Is there like a pary or something tonight? Can I join? *Creeper is silent* Sssssssss.....Boom!


Minecraft can be beautiful for a world made of cubes.


This house on the plateau shall be my outpost for heavy tree farming,as there are tons of trees around and once I replant the ones I cut, it'll be a veritable forest here.
Pic of my humble adobe:
I'm planning to add windows and some doors.


There were actually quite some caves in the mesa, so I'll come back to mine them out as well. Mesas are the only biome in which gold spawns at any level. That'll be good for golden apples. I also found a birch forest on my way back to the village. But upon reaching the village, I found that there were actually 2 herds of horses for my use. I chose and tamed the one with the most health, then I rode my mighty steed back to the barn. I shall name him Thaddeus.

Now, what I really need is not a house for Mr.Mending, not a farm of cows and/or chickens, but some iron. I have iron leggings (courtesy of the blacksmith), but no other armor. I need some more iron, so I shall get it.

I got some more iron from a small cave system and I made a new pick. Along the way, I figured I'd pick up some cows and sheep. I mean, Why not? 


The Council of Elrond. (destroy the wheat!)
Then I got sort of lost, so I had to lead them through the desert and then finally back to the village. Once there, I dug out a pit for all the animals and somehow, a villager cleric got in. 


The cleric'll probably teach them all magic and then- poof! Magical Animal Farm. 



Until next Blog Spot.
-Gary Leafbelt Spade, aka "Heto"

...and the stable is ready

For a bit of time, I've been working on my stables for Darwin and a horse, if I can find and tame one.

A bit of annoying news: Darwin is a donkey, and donkeys don't carry chests. That really sucks, as the reason I tamed him in the first place was so I could go on really long expeditions without having to mess anything up with "/gamemode 1".
I'll probably take the saddle away from Darwin and try to find and tame a mule instead.
Although on my way to the jungle to harvest some wood, I did spot a group of horses lingering by the jungle edge, so hopefully I'll go back to them and tame the one with the most health. In addition, I plan to expand my current tree farm so that I can harvest wood easier, because I live on an intersection between a mesa, a desert, a plains biome, an extreme hills, a swamp, and a jungle. I like oak wood the best, but the swamp is gloomy and it's quite far from the village, so a tree farm would greatly benefit me.

Further into the jungle, I found an ocelot, but I needed fish to tame it, so I chased it around until it went under a bush tree and drowned itself. What on earth, cat. So I spawned another one for the sake of it and I let it run off into the wilderness. 


I also have re-thought my original fence plan, as I'm going to be playing on normal mode and zombies, as it is, cannot break down wooden doors on normal, and since villagers have a tendency to run away from zombies, no need to build one. The imprisoned villager, however, I shall build a house for him and one other villager, in case some weirdo zombie manages to start the villager v. zombie World War I.



And now I'm off to work on these things:
  1. Build a house for Mr.Mending villager and one other.
  2. Finish building the stables.
  3. Expand the tree farm