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Video Game Deal: ‘Rift’ For $8
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The video game deal of the day over at Amazon today is the standard edition of Rift for PC for only $7.99 (that’s 73% off the list price of $29.99).

Note, this sale is valid only for today, Sunday, November 13, 2011, until 11:59pm PST while supplies last.

The PC Download version of Rift has also been discounted to only $9.99 (that’s 67% off the list price of $29.99).

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Video Game Deal: Rift
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The video game deal of the day over at Amazon today is the standard edition of Rift for PC for only $32.59 (that’s 35% off the list price of $49.99).

Note, this sale is valid only for today, Monday, July 18, 2011, until midnight PST while supplies last.

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Video Game Deal: Rift Collector’s Edition
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The video game deal of the day over at Amazon today is Rift Collector’s Edition for PC Download for only $40.19 (that’s 33% off the list price of $59.99).

Note, this sale is valid only for today, Sunday, May 29, 2011, until midnight PST while supplies last.

With your purchase of Rift, you’ll receive the Ascended Gift Pack.

The Ascended Gift Pack is stuffed full of items to aid the newly ascended in the battle against the planar fiends. With potions, drinks, and scrolls, along with an extra bag, any new hero worth his mettle will keep this loot close at hand.

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Watch Now: ‘Rift’ – A Short Film With An Eerily Timely Sci-Fi Theme
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The Large Hadron Collider is a machine that essentially smashes subatomic particles together so scientists can study the outcome. The 15-year-old project has a total cost of $10 billion and has been plagued with problems that have prevented it from operating as intended.

As of March 30, 2010, scientists working on the project had something to rejoice about as the machine was able to make subatomic particles collide head-on at energies far greater than have ever been achieved before.

And rejoice they did, very excitedly and in a few different languages as anyone who was watching the live stream provided by the European Organization for Nuclear Research, CERN.

Personally I understood about 15 percent of what was being said during this stream, but that’s probably a generous overstatement on my part. Still, there are others who would either be bored to tears with the thought of watching it or (if forced to watch) comprehend even less than I.

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