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    If life is meaningless, does dying seem like a peaceful choice?
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    If all the humans on Earth died, would there be world peace?
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    If all the humans on Earth died, would there be world peace?
    The rest of the animals would continue killing each other. We would just have proved that intelligence is not that good of an evolutionary trump card as we had thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER View Post
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    If all the humans on Earth died, would there be world peace?
    The rest of the animals would continue killing each other. We would just have proved that intelligence is not that good of an evolutionary trump card as we had thought.
    So animals would have war? So what if all animals and humans died on earth? Would there be world peace?
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    If all the humans on Earth died, would there be world peace?
    The rest of the animals would continue killing each other. We would just have proved that intelligence is not that good of an evolutionary trump card as we had thought.
    So animals would have war? So what if all animals and humans died on earth? Would there be world peace?
    even than Vulcans earthquikes etc would continue to make war on earth...
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    If life is meaningless, does dying seem like a peaceful choice?
    as long as its fun no need for peaceful choice
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    World peace starts with each person trying to bring that about.
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    World peace starts with each person trying to bring that about.
    world peace is a story for children to put them into the sleep
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    Many stories and myths actually come true. and are based upon reality.
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    Which would you do, accept love, or fear love?
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    I'd rather GIVE love.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmictraveler View Post
    I'd rather GIVE love.
    So when someone gives it to you, you would give it back? Isn't that accepting it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmictraveler View Post
    I never expect anything in return.
    So you make the first move? But what if the person makes the first move on you. Also to mention, you gave love, which means you accept it more than hate as an emotion, unless i got it all wrong.
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    I never expect anything in return.
    So you make the first move? But what if the person makes the first move on you. Also to mention, you gave love, which means you accept it more than hate as an emotion, unless i got it all wrong.
    I make no "move" at all. I just do what I normally do in my life and if someone enjoys my company they will just stay in touch with me or stay with me.

    I expect nothing from anyone and that way I'm never disappointed.
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    If life is meaningless, does dying seem like a peaceful choice?
    If close friends and family are not meaningless to you, then life isn’t meaningless. IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapples View Post
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    If life is meaningless, does dying seem like a peaceful choice?
    If close friends and family are not meaningless to you, then life isn’t meaningless. IMO.
    That is indeed true Pineapples (wanted to say Mr, but there is the uncertainty). Do you have meaningful people around you, because i am starting to find mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacate View Post
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    If all the humans on Earth died, would there be world peace?
    The rest of the animals would continue killing each other. We would just have proved that intelligence is not that good of an evolutionary trump card as we had thought.
    So animals would have war? So what if all animals and humans died on earth? Would there be world peace?
    No.

    The earth is a dynamic system with co-operation and competition at every level, from the single celled organisms that form the majority of the biomass on the planet through insects, plants, animal and humans.
    When I grow the plants in my garden, I space them for optimum growth for if plants are too crowded, they will not thrive and some will not even survive so there is life and death struggle taking place on all levels, at all times.

    Contrary to our pastoral perception, the planet is not a peaceful place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scheherazade View Post
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    If all the humans on Earth died, would there be world peace?
    The rest of the animals would continue killing each other. We would just have proved that intelligence is not that good of an evolutionary trump card as we had thought.
    So animals would have war? So what if all animals and humans died on earth? Would there be world peace?
    No.

    The earth is a dynamic system with co-operation and competition at every level, from the single celled organisms that form the majority of the biomass on the planet through insects, plants, animal and humans.
    When I grow the plants in my garden, I space them for optimum growth for if plants are too crowded, they will not thrive and some will not even survive so there is life and death struggle taking place on all levels, at all times.

    Contrary to our pastoral perception, the planet is not a peaceful place.
    So when can there be absolute peace? When there is nothing?
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    If all the humans on Earth died, would there be world peace?
    The rest of the animals would continue killing each other. We would just have proved that intelligence is not that good of an evolutionary trump card as we had thought.
    So animals would have war? So what if all animals and humans died on earth? Would there be world peace?
    No.

    The earth is a dynamic system with co-operation and competition at every level, from the single celled organisms that form the majority of the biomass on the planet through insects, plants, animal and humans.
    When I grow the plants in my garden, I space them for optimum growth for if plants are too crowded, they will not thrive and some will not even survive so there is life and death struggle taking place on all levels, at all times.

    Contrary to our pastoral perception, the planet is not a peaceful place.
    So when can there be absolute peace? When there is nothing?
    pre big bang
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacate View Post
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    If all the humans on Earth died, would there be world peace?
    The rest of the animals would continue killing each other. We would just have proved that intelligence is not that good of an evolutionary trump card as we had thought.
    So animals would have war? So what if all animals and humans died on earth? Would there be world peace?
    No.

    The earth is a dynamic system with co-operation and competition at every level, from the single celled organisms that form the majority of the biomass on the planet through insects, plants, animal and humans.
    When I grow the plants in my garden, I space them for optimum growth for if plants are too crowded, they will not thrive and some will not even survive so there is life and death struggle taking place on all levels, at all times.

    Contrary to our pastoral perception, the planet is not a peaceful place.
    So when can there be absolute peace? When there is nothing?
    'Peace' is a concept of the human mind as is 'nothing'. Neither exist, save in our mind, therefore I hypothesize that while they may provide some guidance as an ideology, and while we may have peaceful moments of respite along the journey, still neither 'peace' or 'nothing' are possible as a steady state in my opinion.
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    "Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding.”
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    i dont want to eat and sleep at all and live happy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sir ir r aj View Post
    i dont want to eat and sleep at all and live happy.
    Then do whatever makes you happy, just don't bother others along the way.
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    huh?
    wut?

    dogs?

    Milan Kundera is living in a fantasy world. Or projecting his moment of quietude onto another species where it just don't fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackscorp View Post
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    World peace starts with each person trying to bring that about.
    world peace is a story for children to put them into the sleep
    Surely having a goal to work towards, even if it can never be fully attained, is better worth working towards than doing nothing.
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    huh?
    wut?

    dogs?

    Milan Kundera is living in a fantasy world. Or projecting his moment of quietude onto another species where it just don't fit.
    humor or sarcasm. in some threads i have noticed you doing this. why man?
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    If all the humans on Earth died, would there be world peace?
    The rest of the animals would continue killing each other. We would just have proved that intelligence is not that good of an evolutionary trump card as we had thought.
    They could also learn to love one another and change their diet.
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    Which would you do, accept love, or fear love?
    Both.!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmictraveler View Post
    "Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding.”
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    Only by thinking ourselves no more nor less important than any other human being alive or dead, will we ever find peace with our fellow man.

    (Which, certainly ain't the path of my culture)
    (gee darn)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sir ir r aj View Post
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    ~¿~

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    dogs?

    Milan Kundera is living in a fantasy world. Or projecting his moment of quietude onto another species where it just don't fit.
    humor or sarcasm. in some threads i have noticed you doing this. why man?
    It's just a train of thought sort of a thing.

    Ofttimes, I find it more effective/efficient to go with the moment without interference from the internal censors.

    As a youth, I was a master of the snap shot--(raise the rifle, aim and fire in one continuous motion) when I stopped to aim, I missed more often.
    Zen stuff? Or just continuity of focus?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sculptor View Post
    Only by thinking ourselves no more nor less important than any other human being alive or dead, will we ever find peace with our fellow man.

    (Which, certainly ain't the path of my culture)
    (gee darn)
    Only by thinking ourselves no more nor less important than any other human being alive or dead, will we ever find peace with our fellow man.
    Sculptor, you have said it man. Sometimes the simplest things make the most sense.
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    Why is sight the only sense we can turn off, e.g. shutting the eyelids, because we cannot turn off our sense of hearing or smell, no nose or earlids and our sense of taste or touch can't be turned off either, so why indeed just sight?
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    why im more stupid then other
    Hey think of all the things you have read and learned here since becoming a member and indeed all the things you will learn given time and your current desire to do so
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    Hey think of all the things you have read and learned here since becoming a member and indeed all the things you will learn given time and your current desire to do so
    the rest did it also...
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    Why is sight the only sense we can turn off, e.g. shutting the eyelids, because we cannot turn off our sense of hearing or smell, no nose or earlids and our sense of taste or touch can't be turned off either, so why indeed just sight?
    Physically we turn off most of our senses at nights when we sleep, let me say, we turn them down at least.
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    Be safe, we all have the same qualities, sometimes bright, sometimes dull. Sometimes we are wise, sometimes we are foolish. There is no one that is any one thing, if so, I would love to meet them.
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    Why is sight the only sense we can turn off, e.g. shutting the eyelids, because we cannot turn off our sense of hearing or smell, no nose or earlids and our sense of taste or touch can't be turned off either, so why indeed just sight?
    Physically we turn off most of our senses at nights when we sleep, let me say, we turn them down at least.
    Then why do I wake up at the tiniest noises or when my dog farts?
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    we don't turn sight off, at night we just close our eyelids when it's dark and sight ain't worth the danger to open eyes, and even closed, we see dawn and awaken.
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    Why is sight the only sense we can turn off, e.g. shutting the eyelids, because we cannot turn off our sense of hearing or smell, no nose or earlids and our sense of taste or touch can't be turned off either, so why indeed just sight?
    Physically we turn off most of our senses at nights when we sleep, let me say, we turn them down at least.
    Then why do I wake up at the tiniest noises or when my dog farts?
    Most people do not wake up by the slightest noise, or the slightest shake, some are like dead.
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    we don't turn site off, we just close our eyelids when it's dark and sight ain't worth the danger to open eyes, and even closed, we see dawn and awaken.
    Yeah I get what you mean, we can't actually turn it off, but it's like putting a natural lens cap on a camera. We just don't seem to have any other natural way to shut off our other senses, I'm just wondering why it's only sight that have eyelids to shut it off. Why not nose or ear lids? Mostly we seem to close our eyes to sleep but we also require quiet otherwise like Flick says we can be easily disurbed or awoken, yet no earlids, it just seems odd for one and not the other senses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascended View Post
    Why is sight the only sense we can turn off, e.g. shutting the eyelids, because we cannot turn off our sense of hearing or smell, no nose or earlids and our sense of taste or touch can't be turned off either, so why indeed just sight?
    I can hold my breath and smell nothing.

    I can cup my ears to ignore sound, or insert earplug to hear nothing.

    But the sense of touch or taste? Those need something like medicine to be kept shut,

    Shut from inputs of the surrounding presented, but not entirely possible to shut of all to nothing.

    Good question though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacate View Post
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    If all the humans on Earth died, would there be world peace?
    The rest of the animals would continue killing each other. We would just have proved that intelligence is not that good of an evolutionary trump card as we had thought.
    So animals would have war? So what if all animals and humans died on earth? Would there be world peace?
    Never heard of army ants I suppose.
    Speaking badly about people after they are gone and jumping on the bash the band wagon must do very well for a low self-esteem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacate View Post
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    I'd rather GIVE love.
    So when someone gives it to you, you would give it back? Isn't that accepting it?
    No. That is giving them a refund.
    Speaking badly about people after they are gone and jumping on the bash the band wagon must do very well for a low self-esteem.
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    Why do you drive on a parkway and park on a driveway?
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    Why is sight the only sense we can turn off, e.g. shutting the eyelids, because we cannot turn off our sense of hearing or smell, no nose or earlids and our sense of taste or touch can't be turned off either, so why indeed just sight?
    I can hold my breath and smell nothing.

    I can cup my ears to ignore sound, or insert earplug to hear nothing.

    But the sense of touch or taste? Those need something like medicine to be kept shut,

    Shut from inputs of the surrounding presented, but not entirely possible to shut of all to nothing.

    Good question though!
    actually our senses are not contained in the organs that hold the receptors. The actual senses are perceived in the brain. That is why if a person has a particular part of the brain damaged, they may lose particular senses, like sight or touch. Obviously damaging the receptor organs can also prevent true hearing, or seeing or other sensation, the brain can still remember sensations and so you can still technically experience all the senses in the brain if it is not damaged. Remembering an event can cause you to re-experience the sensations of that event. So if you have your eyes removed as an adult, you can still see your mother's face in your mind when you hear her voice.

    A person who successfully turns off all senses may appear to be catatonic.
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    Why is sight the only sense we can turn off, e.g. shutting the eyelids, because we cannot turn off our sense of hearing or smell, no nose or earlids and our sense of taste or touch can't be turned off either, so why indeed just sight?
    I can hold my breath and smell nothing.

    I can cup my ears to ignore sound, or insert earplug to hear nothing.

    But the sense of touch or taste? Those need something like medicine to be kept shut,

    Shut from inputs of the surrounding presented, but not entirely possible to shut of all to nothing.

    Good question though!
    actually our senses are not contained in the organs that hold the receptors. The actual senses are perceived in the brain. That is why if a person has a particular part of the brain damaged, they may lose particular senses, like sight or touch. Obviously damaging the receptor organs can also prevent true hearing, or seeing or other sensation, the brain can still remember sensations and so you can still technically experience all the senses in the brain if it is not damaged. Remembering an event can cause you to re-experience the sensations of that event. So if you have your eyes removed as an adult, you can still see your mother's face in your mind when you hear her voice.

    A person who successfully turns off all senses may appear to be catatonic.
    Remembering an event can cause you to re-experience the sensations of that event. So if you have your eyes removed as an adult, you can still see your mother's face in your mind when you hear her voice.
    This memory works like another pair of eyes. Just closing your eyes seem to open another type of vision.
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    Hmm, I'll play ball with OP. I recently gave a presentation on Modernist Poetry... I'm not sure it went very well, but that's beside the point. Perception, Geometry, and Dimension plays a significant role in Modernist Art. I applied this to the poem "Lakeshore" by F.R. Scott. Canadian Poetry Online | University of Toronto Libraries | F. R. Scott

    It got me wondering though... Suppose you are on a plane. From your position you have 360 degrees of movement, right? Now suppose you are underwater, at the centre of the body of water. The number of possible directions you could travel would be 360^2 would it not?

    So, what if we were to add another dimension? Would the number of possible directions be 360^3? This is just out of curiousity.
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    Hmm, I'll play ball with OP. I recently gave a presentation on Modernist Poetry... I'm not sure it went very well, but that's beside the point. Perception, Geometry, and Dimension plays a significant role in Modernist Art. I applied this to the poem "Lakeshore" by F.R. Scott. Canadian Poetry Online | University of Toronto Libraries | F. R. Scott

    It got me wondering though... Suppose you are on a plane. From your position you have 360 degrees of movement, right? Now suppose you are underwater, at the centre of the body of water. The number of possible directions you could travel would be 360^2 would it not?

    So, what if we were to add another dimension? Would the number of possible directions be 360^3? This is just out of curiousity.
    Sir, all I can say is I am up..when I enter the water......I can go down, into the water, or side to side....I have also been wiped out by a wave and gone around and around and around to my husband's amusement when I sputtered up from the bottom...minus sunglasses and hat spitting water ..so...how many ways can you travel?? Up, down, side to side and around and around and around!
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    @scorpy : Define "weird question", as i have not noticed anything weird in your questions. and they seem to be very simple and usual. no question asked in this thread is weird in any way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stander-j View Post
    It got me wondering though... Suppose you are on a plane. From your position you have 360 degrees of movement, right? Now suppose you are underwater, at the centre of the body of water. The number of possible directions you could travel would be 360^2 would it not?
    So, what if we were to add another dimension? Would the number of possible directions be 360^3? This is just out of curiousity.
    The number of possible directions - in both cases is "infinite", since any given direction can be avoided by shifting a infinitesimal amount off that line (although, in the real world the difference between a heading of 1 degree North and 1.00000000000001 degrees North would be all but insignificant for most journeys).

    I don't see how you think there's more freedom of movement (3602) in water than in an aircraft (ground avoidance/ space avoidance etc excepted) - they're both "360 degrees2".
    The square degree being a measure of solid angle: i.e. it's 360 "square degrees", not "360 squared" degrees.
    Maybe you meant. for the first case, a car (or all-terrain vehicle) since those are limited to a plane.

    So yes, adding another, accessible, dimension would give 360 "cubic degrees" - another infinity of possible directions.
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    @scorpy : Define "weird question", as i have not noticed anything weird in your questions. and they seem to be very simple and usual. no question asked in this thread is weird in any way.
    the more usual question the more weird question maybe???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dywyddyr View Post
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    It got me wondering though... Suppose you are on a plane. From your position you have 360 degrees of movement, right? Now suppose you are underwater, at the centre of the body of water. The number of possible directions you could travel would be 360^2 would it not?So, what if we were to add another dimension? Would the number of possible directions be 360^3? This is just out of curiousity.
    The number of possible directions - in both cases is "infinite", since any given direction can be avoided by shifting a infinitesimal amount off that line (although, in the real world the difference between a heading of 1 degree North and 1.00000000000001 degrees North would be all but insignificant for most journeys).I don't see how you think there's more freedom of movement (3602) in water than in an aircraft (ground avoidance/ space avoidance etc excepted) - they're both "360 degrees2".The square degree being a measure of solid angle: i.e. it's 360 "square degrees", not "360 squared" degrees.Maybe you meant. for the first case, a car (or all-terrain vehicle) since those are limited to a plane.So yes, adding another, accessible, dimension would give 360 "cubic degrees" - another infinity of possible directions.
    I should have clarified, indeed I meant a geometric plane. That was an interesting repsone, thanks for that.
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    Why is sight the only sense we can turn off, e.g. shutting the eyelids, because we cannot turn off our sense of hearing or smell, no nose or earlids and our sense of taste or touch can't be turned off either, so why indeed just sight?
    Physically we turn off most of our senses at nights when we sleep, let me say, we turn them down at least.
    Then why do I wake up at the tiniest noises or when my dog farts?

    I speculate that humans use their sense of hearing in order to detect danger when sleeping (because laying asleep is a vulnerable position), because visual perception is quite useless in a dark environment. It might be possible that the usage of an alarm clock is based on this speculation.
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    If life is meaningless, does dying seem like a peaceful choice?
    I agree, if only if life is really meanungless. But how do you or me prove that life is really meaningless? But again, I feel pretty safe to say this: When life is or become not enjoyable, suicide is the best choice, in stead of continue the suffering without any hope of improvement, or when improvemewnt is too little to be worthwhile. But again, the most important reason for suicide is that life is free ---- because you will be reincarnated again anyway.
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    because you will be reincarnated again anyway.
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    if everyone do have a personal guardian angel, what experiments will you do to prove it or debunk this idea ?
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    if everyone do have a personal guardian angel, what experiments will you do to prove it or debunk this idea ?
    Since the claim is yours it's up to you to support it with evidence.
    (What do "guardian angels" have to do with reincarnation?)
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    That depends on the THC content of the drug you use.
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    That depends on the THC content of the drug you use.
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    does every specie need to breath in a way or another? for example insects?
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    There was a discovery a few years ago...aha!...found it....

    Apr. 7, 2010 — Deep under the Mediterranean Sea, small animals have been discovered that live their entire lives without oxygen and surrounded by 'poisonous' sulphides. Researchers writing in the open access journal BMC Biology report the existence of multicellular organisms (new members of the group Loricifera), showing that they are alive, metabolically active, and apparently reproducing in spite of a complete absence of oxygen.
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    There was a discovery a few years ago...aha!...found it....

    Apr. 7, 2010 — Deep under the Mediterranean Sea, small animals have been discovered that live their entire lives without oxygen and surrounded by 'poisonous' sulphides. Researchers writing in the open access journal BMC Biology report the existence of multicellular organisms (new members of the group Loricifera), showing that they are alive, metabolically active, and apparently reproducing in spite of a complete absence of oxygen.
    The rest of the article at this link. First animals to live without oxygen discovered
    do they use something else instead of oxygen?co2 like plants???
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackscorp View Post
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    There was a discovery a few years ago...aha!...found it....

    Apr. 7, 2010 — Deep under the Mediterranean Sea, small animals have been discovered that live their entire lives without oxygen and surrounded by 'poisonous' sulphides. Researchers writing in the open access journal BMC Biology report the existence of multicellular organisms (new members of the group Loricifera), showing that they are alive, metabolically active, and apparently reproducing in spite of a complete absence of oxygen.
    The rest of the article at this link. First animals to live without oxygen discovered
    do they use something else instead of oxygen?co2 like plants???
    I pulled the following paragraph off of a discussion board that was debating the accuracy of the headlines.

    Electron microscope images show that loriciferans’ cellular innards look adapted for a zero-oxygen life, Danovaro says. Their cells don’t appear to have mitochondria, which use oxygen to generate energy. Instead, images of loriciferan tissue reveal what look like hydrogenosomes, organelles that power some anaerobic single-celled creatures.
    And near the loriciferans’ hydrogenosome-like bits lie rod-shaped structures that could be symbiotic organisms. Some one-celled creatures depend on such organisms along with the organelles to harvest energy.


    Now this is interesting. If it turns out there is a single celled organism living in this creature, and there are no mitochondria in the cell it would be pretty huge. This means that these single celled guys are providing a way to metabolize sulfur I am sure. But the great part is this would probably be living proof of how we even got Mitochondria and Chloroplasts. We think that Mitochondria and Chloroplasts were once Prokaryotes living inside of Eukaryotic cells. They would help the Eukaryote in the respiration and photosynthesis duties. Over time, the mitochondria and chloroplasts lost their identity and became a complete organelle in the Eukaryote. Proof of this is that both the Mitochondria and the Chloroplast have their own DNA and Polymerases. It looks like this is evolution in action. I would guess that over time, this organism would lose its separate identity and become an organelle in this creature, effectively allowing it to control its own respiration more effectively.
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    There was a discovery a few years ago...aha!...found it....

    Apr. 7, 2010 — Deep under the Mediterranean Sea, small animals have been discovered that live their entire lives without oxygen and surrounded by 'poisonous' sulphides. Researchers writing in the open access journal BMC Biology report the existence of multicellular organisms (new members of the group Loricifera), showing that they are alive, metabolically active, and apparently reproducing in spite of a complete absence of oxygen.
    The rest of the article at this link. First animals to live without oxygen discovered
    do they use something else instead of oxygen?co2 like plants???
    I pulled the following paragraph off of a discussion board that was debating the accuracy of the headlines.

    Electron microscope images show that loriciferans’ cellular innards look adapted for a zero-oxygen life, Danovaro says. Their cells don’t appear to have mitochondria, which use oxygen to generate energy. Instead, images of loriciferan tissue reveal what look like hydrogenosomes, organelles that power some anaerobic single-celled creatures.
    And near the loriciferans’ hydrogenosome-like bits lie rod-shaped structures that could be symbiotic organisms. Some one-celled creatures depend on such organisms along with the organelles to harvest energy.


    Now this is interesting. If it turns out there is a single celled organism living in this creature, and there are no mitochondria in the cell it would be pretty huge. This means that these single celled guys are providing a way to metabolize sulfur I am sure. But the great part is this would probably be living proof of how we even got Mitochondria and Chloroplasts. We think that Mitochondria and Chloroplasts were once Prokaryotes living inside of Eukaryotic cells. They would help the Eukaryote in the respiration and photosynthesis duties. Over time, the mitochondria and chloroplasts lost their identity and became a complete organelle in the Eukaryote. Proof of this is that both the Mitochondria and the Chloroplast have their own DNA and Polymerases. It looks like this is evolution in action. I would guess that over time, this organism would lose its separate identity and become an organelle in this creature, effectively allowing it to control its own respiration more effectively.
    New species 'live without oxygen' [Archive] - Bluelight
    that's some nasty English for me but for what I did understand... there is some specie living inside those (oxgen loss) creatures who burns sulfur??? this is some high step in understanding evolution because probably this way "modern" life of oxghen organism also worked in past ???
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    That is the way I understood the discussion also, blackscorp, so your English 'ain't too shabby'. I'm off to do my yard chores and may have a chance to do a bit more checking on the topic later. Perhaps some others may also post to the question.
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    That is the way I understood the discussion also, blackscorp, so your English 'ain't too shabby'. I'm off to do my yard chores and may have a chance to do a bit more checking on the topic later. Perhaps some others may also post to the question.
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    I'd require them to give me my own set of wings and one of those halo things.
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    I was wondering, if they say that acidic things are able to donate H+ when involved in any reaction, so i was wondering when we drink acidic drinks, does the H+ give the fizz and sometimes the pain that we feel?

    On another note, when i drank supposedly alkaline water in my friends house, it feels very refreshing and soothing, or maybe tea without sugar, it taste extreme bitter but refreshing, does the proton acceptor present in those drinks provide us with the refreshing-ness of the drink?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacate View Post
    I was wondering, if they say that acidic things are able to donate H+ when involved in any reaction, so i was wondering when we drink acidic drinks, does the H+ give the fizz and sometimes the pain that we feel?

    On another note, when i drank supposedly alkaline water in my friends house, it feels very refreshing and soothing, or maybe tea without sugar, it taste extreme bitter but refreshing, does the proton acceptor present in those drinks provide us with the refreshing-ness of the drink?
    Orange juice is acidic and I never noticed fizz. i get fizz in carbonated drinks though. It's the carbonation there that gives the tingle (not pain)

    Tea without sugar is lighter than tea with sugar.

    alkaline water? maybe it's just recharging your batteries.
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