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First of all let me confess that I'm only into the 2nd level of Spore, but I wanted to write a note here to help people who are considering buying it. With all due respect to a lot of the reviewers, I don't think they grasp how this game is truly groundbreaking. There's a reason it took so many years to create. There's never been anything like Spore out there. If you go into the first level looking for either: 1. Hard evolutionary science. 2. Halo style challenge and excitement, you're going to be disappointed. If you go into Spore with no preconceptions, and you allow yourself to be taken on the journey that the creators imagined, you're going to have your mind blown. I'm a big gamer, and this is as close to gaming nirvana that I've ever had. You're literally playing god, and no other game has ever allowed you the power to control a character and its world that this game allows. The incredible ability for your character to walk/swim/fly in a certain way depending on how YOU have designed it is shocking. Again, never before in any other game.
This game will blow your mind, but you have to surrender to it and let it do its thing. Don't try to compare it to other first person games. It's like all the people who said the Wii would never catch on because the graphics sucked. Then all of us who played it went back and said, dude, you don't get it, it's not about the graphics, it's about the experience. Spore is about the experience, a whole new experience.
To Will Wright and the crew. Extremely well done. You done good. You made history.
Madison's book is worth the money. People go broke within the medical system trying to help their loved ones so please let's not debate this point. There is some doubt however about the claims that only H202 get into the cells while other oxygen therapies can not. There is also some research that shows H202 intravenously can have some harmful effects on the veins, even collapsing. Orally using the food grade (low %) seems to have no negative effects however this point has kept me away There are many ways to go about what H202 does which is basically oxidizing anything acidic in the body. I have used Dioxychlor by preference for over 25 years which does the same thing but is more powerful in my experience and totally non toxic. At $ for a years supply and 100% effective when following the simple directions it is worth investigating. See