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Corpse Camping

Corpse Camping is a PvP tactic in which, after killing a player, the killer waits by the fallen corpse for the player to come back to retrieve their items and kills them again.

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(21/02/2008)
Americans have been visiting national parks and other natural reserves less and less since 1987, new research confirms. Outdoor pursuits, ranging from camping to hunting, have entered a persistent and growing decline.

"Folks...


(28/01/2013)
Researchers at the University of Granada, Spain, have designed a new computing system that determines the age and sex of a corpse with a reliability of 95%. This system is based on free software called Image and a free DICOM displayer calle...


(03/07/2010)
Microsoft is taking the fumbling out of figuring out which way batteries fit into gadgets. The US technology colossus on Thursday unveiled "InstaLoad" technology that lets batteries energize devices regardless of how the negative and posi...


(03/02/2009)
Scientists at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute on Barro Colorado Island in Panama have installed a new system for tracking their subjects that could help revolutionize the labour-intensive business of field biology.


(24/01/2010)
An oft-cited theory in robotics, the uncanny valley, refers to that point along the chart of robot?human likeness where a robot looks and acts nearly?but not exactly?like a human. This subtle imperfection, the theory states, causes people'...