Our Ti would mesh and explode quadratically, violating the law of conservation of mass, ripping apart the solar system sending this arm of the galaxy careening into the core causing its contents to spray into deep space showering neighboring alien systems in radiation and heavy particles quarantining the entire galactic sector from spacefarers until the next eternity
2020, because i suspect if I was born in 2200 - as in, the same form & DNA i was born with in 1985 - i would probably need to be born to a bunch of amish or some kind of fundamentalist group.
if space travel becomes widespread enough for their to be a market pressure on everything a space suit entrails... would adult diapers become advance, form fitting and comfortable enough to replace toilets altogether?
No because potty training is one of the hardest things to overcome. Unless we stop potty training kids and we all go about in diapers. Then we could create something to convert diaper waste to energy. Diapers--The Clean Fuel.
Go through phases. I'd say about once a week average, but sometimes it's every night for a week or two straight then I'll be nightmare free for a while.
That's a lot of nightmares.
I like the dream theme . What is a common theme in your dreams?
This dream theme *is* interesting...
I'm actually wondering about other peoples' nightmares...
I rarely have them. Maybe a couple times a year.
How often do you have nightmares?
And what are they about?
The Justice Fighter
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"I trust what you are doing though…I just see it a little differently.
I don’t see it as you stepping away from the fire. I see it as the fire directing your course.
No matter how airy or earthy or watery you become... to many of us you will always be...a super nova."
"Behind these gates of seeming warmth sits, loosely chained, a fierce attack dog. Perhaps not crazy, but dangerous"
I rarely have nightmares. In fact, I don't usually remember my dreams. When I do, they rarely have a plot, but instead involve odd settings, often substantially altered or alternate versions of places I know, or mixtures of places, as in when I dreamed about my childhood piano teacher's old Victorian house, but it had about 10 times the rooms it really had, arranged in a convoluted floor plan. I've similarly dreamed about my SO's office building being akin to a subway station; my old house in Florida partially destroyed by a hurricane (never happened); living in an apartment that was an expanded version of my college dorm, etc. The closest I come to nightmares is dreams where I am trying to go somewhere (e.g. to the airport to catch a flight) or do something by a deadline (e.g. get to the bank before it closes), and everything in the dream conspires to prevent it.
What do you think happens to us when we die?
In science, when human behavior enters the equation, things go nonlinear. That's why Physics is easy and Sociology is hard. -- Neil deGrasse Tyson
We may be isolated conglomerates of a universal consciousness, a massively fragile work of order, freed much of existence but imprisoned from time to time by the order of nature in these weak bodies. We seek the power we've known so long, we are driven towards the preservation of self and the things we hold dear, not accepting and enjoying the inherent impermanence to the universe.
Munenori spoke of concealed and revealed existence, that your enemy (and nature itself) holds shurikens away from your perception. A duck, revealed, dives under water to feed, simply concealed for a time. Life is a lot like that.
Then there's stuff like simulations, artificial universes, etc. The probability is there, perhaps.
And the potential that the afterlife is the same as beforelife - an eternal void of perception.
My least favorite is the reward and punishment system. Does it drive types to good, away from evil? Perhaps. It is not very philosophically pleasing to me, and I can only rationalize its existence by gross extensions of logic.
Do you think videogames, at any capacity, cause violence?