The only mod that simulates organic chemistry and relativity!
Cyens Toy is a mod by firefreak11 that aims to revive The Science Toy and the Unrealistic Science Mod series in order to create an up-to-date version that will do more than ever before by implementing different branches of science. Formerly, each branch was released as a module. The current development strategy is continuous integration.
Nuclear PhysicsThe Standard Model
Descriptive Properties Tool
More Sign Features
Local Gravity Mode
Time Dilation Simulation
Compressible Gases Simulation
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A continuous integration system was introduced March 2020 to replace the old module release system. This was done because Cyens Toy is no longer in full time development, but still receives a few updates throughout the year. Now, any changes made to the source will be compiled and released automatically.
Cyens Toy could gain from additional developers. Join the Discord channel to talk about contributing to the mod!
The Cyens Toy website can be found at http://thecyentist.io
Original: SkylarkOfficial: @jacob1 @LBPHacker
Mod by @firefreak11
this looks very nice, I can't wait for the modules!
A quick question. How does the time dilation work? Does it take both a particle's velocity and gravity into account, or is it only based on gravity?
@Michael238 (View Post)
It just simulates general relativity at the moment, so gravitation only. It requirer Newtonian gravity to work, and it slows down the frequency of the update function which controls its movement and reactions.
I'd like to see evolution added. If that's possible. You were discussing this over IRC lastnight. I'll go to a friend's to check it out.
wow, that is so cool!
One thing that might be interesting to see with the quantum physics would be high energy photons such as x-rays or gamma rays. These would have effects such as ionizing atoms or splitting hydrocarbons into smaller fragments.
@NUCLEAR_FOX (View Post)
I have something in mind for that.
Good ideas! Will try something like this
An additional effect could be electron-positron pair production if the photon energy is high enough.