PlanetSide 2 Aimbot, Wall Hacks
Discussion in “PlanetSide 2 Gameplay Discussion” by Xipoid1,.
walk through walls and have very good flashlights ~ they will.
but you will have an increased risk of dying from a monster bite ~ 12:40
Chris Breit in Civilization VI: Before the US Presidential Election*
Is it possible to walk through gravitational fields?
Yes. You basically need to move in a straight line and avoid gravity marches.
Walk through walls*
How about a steel wall that is already an anti-gravity field?
Will take you away!
In principle, you can do anything with the gravitational field. It depends on how much you are and how much you can do in reality. For example, I have an interesting example. There was a wall through which the object was dragged. And when the object was already inside the wall, it (the surface) began to deform itself.
You can also create gravifields in different ways within the N-dimensional universe.
For example, to have your own version of onboard gravity.
Gravifields will compress space along the orbit.
But since this will only be effective within one dimension, there is no point in this.
This can be done in CCC too, but there are certain limitations.
Here are some counterexamples:
â€¢ In a three-dimensional N-layer universe, the force of mutual attraction between elementary particles inside a black hole (that is, between them, of which there are an infinite number) will twist as it pleases.
â€¢ If we remember that all the space around a black hole is space-time, we can safely say that a black hole can generate gravity, only slightly stronger than the gravity of our Sun.
(This will create a general Theory of Everything. A black hole, a spherical cone, which is affected by a normal gravitational field. The force of gravity is half that of our Earth.
For the structure you decide to build, this will be just about right, but since it’s long, we won’t go into details just yet.
On the other hand, if this is done, then we will get our own gravitational Theory of Everything, which is greater than the Theory of Everything.
Moreover, you can add a second, “normal” cone. A flat sphere affected by a general gravitational field