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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by joelozzy, Jul 13, 2010.
If he made a movie that wasn't rubbish, I'd have to call it a twist.
Is the answer to this question "no?"
Don't let this thread die people. Pump some more questions and theories out. Any subject will do I'm sure someone can chime in on it and relate.
What if the film the Matrix, was actually an artificial reality given to the machines by humans to keep them under the impression they are in power, instead of the other way around?
What if :golf: didn't exist in the smileys menu?
What if nobody asked this question?
what is going to happen next with phones is the world going to become connected in ways we cant even think of? will everyone just share a universal conciousness? will this lead to enlightenment because we will be able to see everybody in the world point of view?
No. The internet connects us all in ways we couldn't have imagined half a century ago, and all it seems to do is act as a reflector dish for asshattery.
How do you know when you're done Little Big Planet 2?
With our gradually increasing average lifespan, will humans be able to learn more over the course of their lifetimes, thus becoming generally smarter and better enabled to figure out the questions it takes generations of research to figure out?
I think human beings as a whole will (as they have), take in an increasingly voluminous amount of information simply because of more/better means of delivery, however, I don't see the longer lifespan attributing to this unless strides are made extending a person's awareness/receptiveness among those extra years we've been gaining. Since people pretty much give up learning at a certain point, that'll be a hurdle to overcome.
This is true, but focusing rather on those more intelligent specialised people such as scientists and whatnot, who often continue working well into their lives if not in labs then in universities and as authors, then they I think could grow to know their subject better than anyone before. It's like if we played guitar our whole lives with the level of dedication Chris Broderick has, we'd end up being inhumanly good.
if the universe is finite and expanding, what is on the other side?
where did the big-bang happen? what was its surrounding at the initial time of conception?
What would the world be like if positive and negative were considered close in value?
Ralphy, none of your questions make sense - understanding why will probably solve your problems, though.
What do you mean by this?
Bumping with something I was thinking about tonight.
What if we discovered that the earth would soon come to an end via mass climate changes? Would you live your life the same way as you are? What would you do if you knew you only had a year to live?
I'd imagine most of us would answer with something along the lines of "I'd make the most of my time, I'd do the things I always dreamed of". I for one would do that, and I'd spend alot more time with my family.
Sometimes I think why the *&^% aren't you making an effort to make the most of your time now.
What if John Petrucci picked up an 8 string?