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Brain science is like the space, computer or any other so called science. The scientific conclusions vary, change and depend on the knowledge or imagination of the expert(s). In my case medical science, can't do much . Somehow, visual effects in some 3D games are helping me, whatever it might be - science behind digital 3D motion in games or just visual effects and/or illusions that the games create, which activate and improve certain functions of my brain. Not all people react or respond the same way to the same visual presentation or intensive mental tasks. Some get mentally intense others might relax watching or doing exactly the same thing. I relax when I play PC games and get, sometimes, intense when FreeBSD doesn't work as I expect. Tho, none of those tasks interfere with my recovery or worsen my condition. They actually help. Games help me with visual focus and coordination of my eyes and hands. FreeBSD helps me with long term memory. It forces me to recall and retain my prior knowledge.Video games are good for improving memory or thought, but not always. When someone gets a concussion, their brains need heavy rest for months, and doing homework and playing video games delays their recovery, because they can be mentally intensive.
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Not answering the question, just back to the original topic. I said I'd probably run Windows under bhyve before, but actually think I'd go with Xen. FreeBSD has a port for it.Why would be a good reason to implement another FreeBSD instance in FreeBSD bhyve instead of FreeBSD jail?
I think Xen is geard more towards Linux. It's their default VM Host/ Hypervisor in almost all Linux based distribution packages. Anyways, all VMs that emulate other Operating Systems do the same thing, with more or less options and features.but actually think I'd go with Xen. FreeBSD has a port for it.
I don't watch TV, because I don't have one. There're enough commercials and news for entertainment outlets on the WWW. But, I don't watch those eitherdepends on what you watch. Some things call for mind bleach. But gaming is not that passive sitting around. Well, there is that real time game Voyage to Alpha Centauri, but...