Apparently, certain entries on this site (plus the site’s name) have been attracting a great deal of search engine attention, and I’m betting it isn’t intentional. When I wrote that Halo is crack, I inadvertently created a, er, strange attractor– for any poor researcher looking for information on halo cracks, cracks and chaos theory, and other similar topics.
So, as a public service, I’m adding this entry with additional information so that poor international web searchers who find their way to this site don’t have to hit the back-button again.
First of all, if you’re looking for Halo (the game) cracks: shame on you. The cheat mods on XBox Live and on the Internet servers out there for PC and Mac players are already a scourge for those of us who like to play the game as it was intended to be played. I’m going to follow your IP address back and tell your mother on you. You’re probably looking for Chaos Halo anyway, so go ahead and go there, if you’re going to be that way, n00b.
If you’re looking for information on chaos and material cracks, look at Chaos and Fatigue. Or, you could contact Michael Marder at U Texas, and look at his Center for Nonlinear Dynamics Fracture Research page. Good luck with that research paper.
If you were looking for Splinter Cell:Chaos Theory cracks, see my first comment. Then go away — I have no time for Tom Clancy fans.