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Message started by Ultra64 on 27. Dec 2012 at 03:46

Title: surfing nesworld
Post by Ultra64 on 27. Dec 2012 at 03:46
Surfing Nesworld on my WiiU gamepad, It loads and looks beautiful. :D Nesworld is WiiU approved now lol

Title: Re: surfing nesworld
Post by Martin on 27. Dec 2012 at 20:39
hahaha awesome... but pics or it didn't happen :-)

Title: Re: surfing nesworld
Post by Ultra64 on 28. Dec 2012 at 15:57
i can make that happen

Title: Re: surfing nesworld
Post by Ultra64 on 29. Dec 2012 at 21:15
On the Gamepad
nesu02.JPG (212 KB | 35 )

Title: Re: surfing nesworld
Post by Ultra64 on 29. Dec 2012 at 21:15
On Tv and Gamepad at the same time
nesu06.JPG (240 KB | 34 )

Title: Re: surfing nesworld
Post by Ultra64 on 29. Dec 2012 at 21:16
wow those pics are huge....whoops

Title: Re: surfing nesworld
Post by Martin on 31. Dec 2012 at 09:16
wow it does look nice

Title: Re: surfing nesworld
Post by RegalSin on 24. Jan 2013 at 18:34
What a waste of technology. SO basically you have an remote control. with a built in television. Jee-rilikers this world is truly dumb. Can you have all the Wii controllers view whatever you are browser? Just tell me so?

If this was 1994 this would probably cost like $5,000. I feel sorry these poor future kids. growing up in a world with no sense of direction, and radiation being delivered directly to their brains.

Title: Re: surfing nesworld
Post by Ultra64 on 12. Feb 2013 at 04:58

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Can you have all the Wii controllers view whatever you are browser? Just tell me so?


Im not sure what you are saying here? Your English/ranting always sucks and is hard to understand/decode.


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I feel sorry these poor future kids. growing up in a world with no sense of direction, and radiation being delivered directly to their brains.


I don't understand this either. Im not a kid and what do you think a DS or 3DS is doing to kids radiation-wise (The answer is nothing)? or cell phones to everyone for that matter?

Make some sense and quit your rambling all the time.

Title: Re: surfing nesworld
Post by RegalSin on 12. Feb 2013 at 17:03

Ultra64 wrote on 12. Feb 2013 at 04:58:
I don't understand this either. Im not a kid and what do you think a DS or 3DS is doing to kids radiation-wise? or cell phones to everyone for that matter?


When you send wireless signals, a small amount of radiation
created are forcing daughter cells to divide, when uneeded.
It is the same kind of radiation you are exposed to when you take an X-ray. In fact when you take an X-ray, they ask
a person "how many times, have you had an X-ray, in the past year, and how long ago". Why? Because your body absorbs the radiation being fired at it. Considering that, remember the Earthquake in Japan, that forced the power plant, off line. When they visited the area ( you can watch a video ), the entire place was lite a fire with radioactivity.
The suits were only limiting the amount of exposure.
In Japan, they also have the rule of air filters in every house, why? Asides for driving up the energy bills, they want to remove radioactive dust particles from the air,
that do not go away, that is why.

Another example is high frequency noise. That is made from
various electronic devices like a television set, or cd-rom,
or computers. When you hear that sound, you are losing the ability to hear various frequencies. A simular thing occurs, when you are around cell phones. Being around these products 24/7 hours a day will make you lose the ability to hear them all together. Imagine a small kid, who hears this stuff but is lacking the knowledge to tell the adult, they hear a loud sound ( they might say it is an headache, but it actually might be high frequency sounds ).
Then the parent will most likely ignore it. Finally in takes
an old elderly women who barely can talk to call the phone
company, to tell them, that something in the area ( a power station in this case ) is making the noise.

Now a normal person ( or the majority of stupid people )
will most likely ignore this fact, and tell you "hey it is doing
nothing to me" but it is a long term exposer is what does the damage.

Another example, truckers who spend 24/7 hours a day
driving, with their face exposed to the sunlight will show
signs of excessive aging. The same could be said for somebody who sits in front of computer monitor all day long.

I am just concerned over the idea, that they are recruiting
children to purchase products like tablets, and eliminate
paper products all together. Children ( like you and me )
are dumb, untrained, cheap, and will grab anything free,
especially when they become parents who are broke as a
joke.

The finite point I am trying make, is that we are exposed to
all of these things, and they are killing us extremly slowly.
By the time it hits such a person, they might be going threw memory loss, or some other unexplained problems.

That is why wifi, should never be built into a product classed, as a kids toy. It should apart from it. In this
case the childrens toy has no choice but to have wifi,
built inside of it.

I know, it might not be wifi, but another kind of radio
device. However when I see childrens toys being built
around $500 dollar phones, I just feel something is wrong.

Title: Re: surfing nesworld
Post by Martin on 12. Feb 2013 at 20:31
Are you on something? your two posts here looks like spam of sorts...

Title: Re: surfing nesworld
Post by cdb900 on 16. Feb 2013 at 04:12

RegalSin wrote on 12. Feb 2013 at 17:03:

Ultra64 wrote on 12. Feb 2013 at 04:58:
The finite point I am trying make, is that we are exposed to
all of these things, and they are killing us extremly slowly.


100% of the people who've ever lived... died.  If you're trying to make a correlation between the 802.11n laptop I'm holding, and Fukashima Diachi, you've failed.

[quote author=426E7D7B66610F0 link=1356580005/10#10 date=1360701064]Are you on something? your two posts here looks like spam of sorts...


My thoughts exactly.

Title: Re: surfing nesworld
Post by RegalSin on 16. Feb 2013 at 04:42

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100% of the people who've ever lived... died.  If you're trying to make a correlation between the 802.11n laptop I'm holding, and Fukashima Diachi, you've failed.


That is the problem, you might not be aware of the danger at all, because maybe just maybe a persons body might
have other serve problems they are thinking about.

Explain why exposer to radio waves will not give you a higher risk of getting cancer, please do? Maybe you could
make a believer of me.

The way I see it people are soo simple to take the risk, because they do not see any long term affect and does not mind dying period, even if their is a way to prevent that.

Title: Re: surfing nesworld
Post by Matt on 08. Aug 2014 at 01:42
Hey guys, I just joined the forum. Great information you have, Martin. I think this is the best NES fansite on the Web, and I've been to a number of them.

Anyway, I'm Matt. I'm approaching 30 years old, and the NES is still my favorite system of all time. So when I discovered a site like this that's devoted to it, I knew I had to join. I look forward to being a part of the NES World community.

Also, I live in North Alabama- close to Huntsville. It's a great place. Come by and visit, guys.   

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