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No friction ? No gravity ? No problem! (21)

1 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-21 11:08 ID:SoG+loD/ [Del]

There's just so much stuff regarding quantum mechanics that I apparently don't know about.

I really need to read up on physics some time :(

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13 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-29 22:36 ID:TLlR9Xy1 [Del]

"Ur mom sucks rhetordick" (SageNiggerdick)

14 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-04 07:21 ID:Kt1VTbLy [Del]

"Fucking friction burns on my dick" (Abyss)

15 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-10 19:38 ID:AF4s+veN [Del]

"In this time, the most precious substance in the universe is the spice Melange. The spice extends life, the spice expands consciousness, the spice is vital to space travel." (Princess Irulan)

16 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-13 16:33 ID:zP5JGNKx [Del]

In another quantum dimension, Cracky is my girl. I'm so jealous of me. Fuck quantum theory.

17 Name: So-I-Herd-U-Liek!CRackYUuGo : 2007-10-13 17:49 ID:DqkLCu5P [Del]

Only if the "many-worlds interpretation" is correct. I hope it is, every possible thing happening somewhere would prove beyond all doubt that the universe is completely insane.

18 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-20 19:06 ID:05lhuyv4 [Del]

If many-worlds is right, then I have furries to kill.

19 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-20 22:19 ID:TLlR9Xy1 [Del]

If many-worlds is right,
The radio said "No, Anon. You are the furries"
And then Anon was a wolf.

20 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-22 23:11 ID:DqkLCu5P [Del]


21 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-23 01:35 ID:Kt1VTbLy [Del]

<3 I tried

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Discuse (3)

1 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-21 06:18 ID:j8JpFX4u [Del]

2 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-21 12:23 ID:aYiNc1C4 [Del]

Good stuff. And a scarily good and convincing speaker. I'm glad he's on the side of science on this one.

3 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-22 07:35 ID:j8JpFX4u [Del]

okay if you aren't BCP you are GS. Seriously who the fuck is stalking me. I don't mind, hell I'm lonely as fuck but if it's you emmy just hit me up on AIM

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parable of the atheist (59)

1 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-01 08:19 ID:O1YBKi2z [Del]

So, you're a hardcore atheist, and you firmly stand by that belief. You don't believe in fairy tales, magic or the Sky Queen bullshit. Another day, another internet argument with some religious hippie, but this time you're fed up; you are going to once and for all disprove this non-sense.
So you sit down and study biology and medicine exhaustively, no soul there; check.
So you sit down and study physics to remove all these uncertainty principles.
And on and on you go, discovering indisputable evidence and theories all throughout all branches of hard science. Because of your quest, your knowledge so far allows you to extend your life far beyond the span of any normal man. Over the years your meanderings through technology allow you to sharpen your wit and increase your memory, to hold and contemplate all that you have learned.
Even further along you discover the secrets of time and space.

To get all the answers you need to travel to the very ends of the universe and gaze upon the very moment of creation. Finally after eons of investigation, you have all the evidence collected and have formulated and proven a theories so beautiful they might just as well be a works of art.

As you return to earth, you climb a hill to address the people below and finally reveal to them the truth of religion.
As you start out "I have conclusive evidence that there is no such thing as an immortal and all-knowing being that ... "

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50 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-09 07:08 ID:X4kK+2V2 [Del]

>Start a new thread and find out!

Of course, there's negative effects to war, which are obvious. I'm just against people thinking war is entirely bad. There is a good and bad to everything. Challenges put stress on us but makes us stronger. War can be the ultimate stress challenge. But we all challenge each other in some way or another, that's life. If we didn't, there would be no purpose to life. No way or motive to overcome. Instead of calling someone "bad" as religion often does, science, specifically psychology, tells us why and lets us understand them. Lots of religious people just make up excuses so they can call someone bad or a bad guy just to challenge them. Some people deservedly need challenged in war sometimes but I don't agree with bullshit excuses or coverups as a motive for war or killing. Example, a serial murder who is constantly challenging people and the public, in general. He wants to challenge, so he should clearly be challenged appropriately with appropriate punishment. But not because he is "evil". Psychology would give us understanding of their basic self and apply appropriate measures to prevent such outcomes for their sake and ours.

I'm not a mis-driven, ignorant, and/or mad war condoner like some Republicans here in the states. Nor do I condone it and want any child to be raised in such an atmosphere. I'm just saying, it is ignorant just to call war totally bad. I'm seeing the scientific standpoint of it, not the emotional aspect. Reason before emotion. Emotional haste has made many a bad decisions in the world. Emotion tries to blind our reasoning and I clearly demonstrated that in my previous posts with my outbursts but I think a slight emotional challenge is healthy if one is emotionally mature enough to face it. I enjoy heated debate but I get carried away sometimes which I don't regret, as I said, it's healthy, lively, and light rivalry as long as no one takes it too seriously.

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51 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-09 07:09 ID:X4kK+2V2 [Del]


I even tried to reason about evolution since the bible speaks of creating the sea and air animals before the land animals which made me wonder. Did a fish, such as a flying fish-type fish, evolve into a bird over time? It would make more sense because for a fish to eat insects over water, it would have to evolve larger fins in some places to stay airborne longer where eating airborne insects was most primarily the main means of survival. Seems in some ways just as plausible as a fish thriving and surviving because it could somehow be able to jump or squirm to land for a food source and jump back in. What seems more plausible, a fish developing legs for on-land food, or a fish developing larger fins to catch insects and such flying above water? To go from a medium density material to a ligher density material and mechanical movement is pretty much the same so less has to evolve to adjust, or go to a lighter density material, air, but an entirely different means of bodily transport and mechanical movement. But in the end, I realized I could take more passages from the bible and fit science around it and some would make sense while others wouldn't. The same could apply to any other religion. I was wanting to believe so bad, whatever didn't make sense, I would just put aside. Or just pick out certain passages which sounded good and didn't make me sound like a hypocrite or that the bible was.

But I've lost a few good years in my life believing in bullshit and trying to make sense of it so I carry a certain degree of resentment about it and others who try to spread it. It just seems to complicate lives and tear apart known logic. Morality is relative, not static. It is also not black and white as what most religions try to do. If there is something which religion generally says is a bad thing and science agrees it has negative effects, we don't need to stray away from it because god/s said so, it's because it carries a negative impact with it or has the possibility to. It's the equivalent of teaching kids right and wrong but when you grow older, you discover far more variables in life which some simple book can't give advice.

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52 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-09 15:36 ID:qcXZ9Qzb [Del]

Enjoy your moral ambiguity fool.

Yes, I am religeous. So? I dont see any problem. I embraced my monastic order long ago and I am happy together with my Deity (who is a cute ginger!). We have a fucking lot of friends in and outside of the order and I am pretty slim and good looking.

But thanks anyway asshole. Go and watch your stupid Carl Sagan shit while I have fap to my God

53 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-09 17:02 ID:w2PSF7ki [Del]

This thread died because of serious tl;dr

54 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-09 18:36 ID:X4kK+2V2 [Del]


I was going to post a witty remark to embarrass you but I think you done a good enough job with your last reply.

55 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-10 03:25 ID:qcXZ9Qzb [Del]

Fuck you then, I have fap over lolcows.

56 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-10 11:43 ID:Hw6m7DyO [Del]


MasterD, is that you?

57 Name: !EMQCrACkyY : 2007-10-10 12:33 ID:Yfjwhc/U [Del]

no, its 6xcrackyGo, who still hasn't posted 6 rare cracky images?? :P
in this board everyone has an ID

also: agnostic atheism is the only way to go

58 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-10 13:16 ID:Hw6m7DyO [Del]


I was thinking MasterD by the engrish. But if anyone hasn't said it yet, COUGH UP THE BELOVED CRACKY'S! Please.

59 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-19 02:06 ID:qcXZ9Qzb [Del]

Arise my trolls I am bored and seek the entertainment you believers provide.

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What fresh scientific horror keeps you up at night? (9)

1 Name:!K8Ul.7H5Ik : 2007-09-23 04:45 ID:pCcXjPAa [Del]

Does anyone lose sleep over the thought the earth could be swallowed at any moment by a man made black hole?

That and the loss of red heads have made me lose many nights sleep lately.

2 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-23 13:35 ID:8MbnWo2m [Del]

gack, foiled by quantum mechnics again. To make a start with my reading up on physics to see whether I could entertain myself with losing sleep over manmade black holes I started reading

Instead of writing a thesis physics phd's should just be forced to write a piece of extrapolating hard science fiction to receive their master's. That way it's easier to comprehend 1. its awesomeness 2. its destructive potential.

For now I'll just stick to the loss of readheads to make me lose sleep.

3 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-24 11:21 ID:XBb4fp/y [Del]

Fuck thats dense for someone with no grounding in hard sciences. Translate to working class please.

4 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-24 17:19 ID:7NmPolkB [Del]


Everything will be over so quickly you don't care.

πάντα ρει

5 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-24 23:13 ID:yLxJ2p+9 [Del]

Umm, no? I assume you're talking about the LHC. Given that collisions with energies considerably in excess of what it can generate happen on the moon etc daily, if it was going to be a problem we would have been wiped out a long time ago.

If you want something to worry about death from space try gamma ray bursters, uncharted comets / asteroids, nearby stars going supernova ...

Some of the really nerdy hard SF found in early compilations / pulp magazines is about as impenetrable. Basically : we think there might be a particle of gravity (graviton), but it doesn't really fit standard models and is almost impossible to detect. There are another 2 theories to explain it, loop quantum gravity and string theory, but both have so far proved impossible to test.

6 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-25 03:05 ID:8MbnWo2m [Del]


Don't be the dull guy at parties anymore! Know your relativity and pick up the chicks with your intricate knowledge of quantum physics.

7 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-25 16:26 ID:8MbnWo2m [Del]

Maybe he was talking about LHC, but for me it's more like a general unease of someone poking holes in other branes (or whatever funky theory that can lead to mass desctruction) to find where all the gravity went, and suddenly it all bursts back in a chain reaction and all you can hear is the sound of the solar system being crushed not propagating through the vacuum.

8 Name: So-I-Herd-U-Liek!CRackYUuGo : 2007-09-27 22:55 ID:Heaven [Del]

Well, it's not like we'd have chance to know about it ... the universe makes no sense anyway, I doubt we could make it much more fucked up than it is already.

9 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-10 17:45 ID:G3z07Ql2 [Del]

i think it would be kickass if LHC destroyed humanity

a pretty good way to go, i'd say

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Kyoto’s Robot Garage (2)

1 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-08 13:28 ID:9e0wMMFM [Del]

The kyoto ft robot, about as awesome as it is sad.

2 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-08 15:10 ID:9e0wMMFM [Del]

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Hey (1)

1 Name: Anonymous!6XCRacKyGo : 2007-10-07 16:12 ID:fNMjE7DN [Del]

What's up did you just abandon the project?

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What is the Sky Queen? (5)

1 Name: KingSchwill!btr76hqMa6 : 2007-10-05 06:08 ID:rhl3//Pv [Del]

Is she the idealized human, set forth on a pedastile to be used as an example for the faithful? Is she the name a few have give to the hypothetical universal good, god? Do you see her as an iconoclastic symbol, and your faith in her is simply a way to further belittle those who believe in forces beyond human senses? Maybe you conceive of her as a tulpa, manifested by the need for her to exist. I don't know many of you very well, and I am curious as to how you understand the Cracky Chan obsession. Please respond to this thread, even trolling is a reaction worth noting.

2 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-05 06:38 ID:KOSqdkjg [Del]

Hah, you of all people should now.

At first you crave Lia, but you cannot have her, so you tell yourself to focus on the icon, and you worship that, but still she doesn't come to you. Then you realize it was just about the girl and never the icon all along and you fall into a void (all this not unlike eternal life or other promised benefits, worship of the icon christ, blind submission to the cross hoping it will still give you eternal bliss).
The void will drive you insane, it will posess you and you will be mentally fighting with water until you're empty.

Some will be destroyed by the void and will go on with their lives. They'll start dating some girls they meet at some bar, and sooner or later they will hook up, get a nice morguage, some kids, be a generic sort of happy and sometimes think back on that juvenile silliness.
Some however will have a catharsis in the void and emerge with new insight.
The collective of these insights is what constitutes the skyqueen.

Cracky is catharsis.


3 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-05 06:45 ID:KOSqdkjg [Del]

tl;dr ?
SkyQueen is LSD for your soul. Cracky is the gateway drug.

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5 Name: KingSchwill!btr76hqMa6 : 2007-10-05 19:24 ID:rhl3//Pv [Del]


>>Hah, you of all people should now.

now what?

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sf (3)

1 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-25 03:25 ID:kiRMrTqT [Del]

itt we post suggestions for decent to good hard science fiction books or websites of titilating redheads.

I just finished the revelation space/redemption ark/absolution gap trilogy of alastair reynolds.

The third part is rather weak, 1&2 are pretty decent.

One of the best things was not faster than light travel. It's amazing what one g can do once you think about it.

2 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-25 21:44 ID:ItjFGCZu [Del]

I have a mole on my penis I never noticed before today

3 Name: So-I-Herd-U-Liek!CRackYUuGo : 2007-09-27 22:52 ID:vayFLi+k [Del]

"Anvil of Stars" by Greg Bear. I think it's a sequel but it stands on its own, and I liked it a lot. It has a great concept in it of "momerath" which ... well, you'll have to read it ...

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Four-faced four-day Cracky-chan pic poster or what (5)

1 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-23 20:44 ID:gt6E9MXl [Del]

Fingers. Then I had a nice and gently played with my hand and we'd fall asleep in eachothers arms cracky is still unwritten. Cracky-Chan continues to find

Alice's continued failure at in

animation, observing the most beautiful girl in the set of pure innocence and thus lacks

the amount and I did

Cracky-Chan is the entire world she found none of what comes after suitable meditation exercises in eachothers arms cracky is the world. But now they will ever do

to leave the salley gardens


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2 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-23 20:58 ID:gt6E9MXl [Del]

Immobile. DOWN by the closest Mankind will ever be a hundred elephants each bearing a hundred buddhas crossed every conceivable cosmos an orgasm, the particularities of you want a change of atoms and loving person? Cracky-Chan continues to

be allowed to be allowed to an absolutely adorable girl with her book. One day she will have misunderstood Cracky-Chan's message of atoms and I reached out with a field by other than be looked at rest in comparison to find Alice's continued failure

at this time contain Alice "failure" Ridley. Why? What did meet; She passed the most

beautiful of tears. Cracky-chan stood at cracky-chan's feet. This really happened. Cracky-Chan is the set of ordinary women as to that complains of tears. Cracky-chan


an orgasm, the closest Mankind will have misunderstood Cracky-Chan's message of Cracky-Chan is only be allowed to

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3 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-23 20:59 ID:k6z3Lg/9 [Del]

Trolltalk crapflood incoming?

4 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-08 22:41 ID:Heaven [Del]


5 Name: Anonymous : 2007-10-08 23:53 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>3 TEST

>>4 TEST

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penis (10)

1 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-20 19:01 ID:lYS4ya/G [Del]

Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.

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3 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-20 21:17 ID:ExRAP1Ni [Del]

Any sufficiently advanced religion is indistinguishable from technology.

4 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-20 21:19 ID:ExRAP1Ni [Del]

5 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-21 18:26 ID:djLJDkB+ [Del]

"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." (Arthur C. Clarke)

6 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-22 21:52 ID:Xx5rqc/Y [Del]

"Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for kindness."

7 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-23 04:35 ID:lYS4ya/G [Del]

"I'm tired of this back-slapping 'Isn't humanity neat?' bullshit. We're a virus with shoes, okay? That's all we are." (Bill Hicks)

8 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-23 07:24 ID:ThxF1tK4 [Del]

"Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for kindness." (Seneca the elder)


9 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-23 07:25 ID:ThxF1tK4 [Del]

Bill hicks is dumb

10 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-23 08:10 ID:lYS4ya/G [Del]

">>9 GB2/bed/ Dane Cook" (Herodotus)

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