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User avatar #1 - hoponthefeelstrain
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who has the time to investigate **** like this.
#2 to #1 - youlikeme
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This is nothing man. One harry potter fan decided to rewrite the whole Harry Potter story, a project called Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality, to remove all plot holes and unrealistic stuff. And it's not just some joke project, he has written A LOT. Here's a quote from it:

"You turned into a cat! A SMALL cat! You violated Conservation of Energy! That's not just an arbitrary rule, it's implied by the form of the quantum Hamiltonian! Rejecting it destroys unitarity and then you get FTL signaling! And cats are COMPLICATED! A human mind can't just visualize a whole cat's anatomy and, and all the cat biochemistry, and what about the neurology? How can you go on thinking using a cat-sized brain?"
— Harry Potter
User avatar #3 to #2 - hoponthefeelstrain
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okay I get why the guy made it, but it's called magic for a reason... it explains the unexplainable.. it's not supposed to be rational. At least not to me.
#35 to #3 - justapubbie
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If it makes you feel better, Harry fails spectacularly to properly explain magic using his methods of rationality.
Rational thinking did lead to a few major discoveries though, such as (MAJOR SPOILERS) Transfiguration on an atomic level, allowing Harry to transfigure part of an object or even air itself
#36 to #2 - trimdosthesecond
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MFW reading that.
User avatar #6 to #2 - chenn
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He must be fun at parties.
#78 to #2 - bibbity
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Methods of Rationality is self indulgent tripe. Read it if your want to experience the literary equivalent of someone masturbating over their own intelligence. The Harry that is written is supposed to be intelligent, yet cannot seem to grasp the fact that magic doesn't necessarily need to bow down to the laws of science, as the supplied quote quite aptly shows. Furthermore, the author decided to make "impossible" something that is canonically possible, and then when Harry manages to do it anyway we are supposed to be wowed by his brilliance, to the extent that Dumbledore wonders if this might be the "power the dark lord knows not".

TL;DR, good spelling and grammar, smart author, ****** story.
User avatar #4 to #2 - deerdevil
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Could you possibly supply us with a link my good sir?
User avatar #9 to #4 - dutchderpina
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#10 to #9 - deerdevil
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#70 to #2 - anon id: 1d73b868
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>bend the light around you
>look like a cat.
>????
>its magic i aint gotta explain **** dot mobi
User avatar #69 to #2 - saxtasticnick
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I've heard that that version reeks of the author's huge ego, and that it's apparent throughout that he thinks he's the ****. Besides, it's magic, trying to make it fit the laws of physics or whatever is pretentious as hell.
User avatar #49 to #2 - schmuxy
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Hmm, that sounds very very similar to Terry Pratchet
User avatar #27 to #2 - Zydratejunkie
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I ******* love hpmor, thank you for reminding me of it, I'd not read it since chapter 83. Time to do a ******** of catch up reading... god damn story is like 600,000 words long.
User avatar #62 to #27 - commissarcrunch
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and then it updates once every century
User avatar #77 to #62 - Zydratejunkie
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That's why I stopped reading it in the first place. I was going to leave it for like a year and then come back to it. But I forgot to, so now I've got a few extra chapters to read as well.
User avatar #82 to #77 - commissarcrunch
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yup same here
#24 to #2 - klina
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oh god yes this makes me lol
#14 to #2 - anon id: 5577d836
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My personal favorite is "And do come back here, you're still terrifying that poor Dementor."
User avatar #7 to #2 - cupcakescankill
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Who needs rationality when the whole story is about magic?
#5 - sixty
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Fact that explains some detail about a big picture thing   
   
REPLIER THAT SHOUTS AT IT
Fact that explains some detail about a big picture thing

REPLIER THAT SHOUTS AT IT
#19 to #5 - anon id: 17443f0e
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I could never get past that he never got thinner in the show.

Actually, I couldn't get past all the annoying drama from his wife.
#63 to #19 - anon id: 44c8686f
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Skyler did nothing wrong
#55 to #19 - anon id: b62b6890
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God damn, Skyler was a bitch
User avatar #71 to #55 - cannibalvegan
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Somehow, that facial expression is ******* perfect for that body.
#64 to #5 - rustmcrust
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-What are the first three letters of this actors name?

-DEA


-omg I litTERALLY CANNOT VINCE BRAVO VINCE SUCH A GENIUS WOW I NEED TO SIT DOWN!!!
#25 - biscuitsunited
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Yea, **** off.   
This is highly coincidental, so stop pulling this **** out of your ass tumblr.   
J.K.R is not that good a writer and this was her first book, so there is no way in hell that a sub plot installed later in the series was hidden in the first installment in flower language.
Yea, **** off.
This is highly coincidental, so stop pulling this **** out of your ass tumblr.
J.K.R is not that good a writer and this was her first book, so there is no way in hell that a sub plot installed later in the series was hidden in the first installment in flower language.
User avatar #30 to #25 - thekieran
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She planned **** from the beginning.

This was also written before tumblr became too infested with the tumbltards we know today.

Lastly, Shut your dirty whore mouth about JKR.
User avatar #28 to #25 - luquaz
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actually, Rowling is a fantastic author. when I took latin in gymnasium (high school, I guess) my teacher told me that there are a lot of things in harry potter in terms of symbolism, you just gotta know some latin and history. I agree tumblr kinda overanalyzes things they enjoy, but this is entire plausible.
User avatar #37 to #25 - ButtonFly
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J.K. Rowling planned that sub-plot from the very beginning.
In fact, she told Alan Rickman about the whole thing ahead of time so he understood why Snape targeted Harry.
#48 - DrollHumor
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I couldn't help but think how cool it would be to have a potions class. Mixing things, and knowing reactions, and then I remembered I'm a goddamn chemistry major and that is almost exactly what we do.
User avatar #67 to #48 - brothergrimm
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I'm still trying to remember how i blew up my station in my high school chemistry class. it wasn't really a fiery explosion... the flask fizzed and shook then POP!...... bits of glass in my torso and arms. it was a good day
#16 - fridginator
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User avatar #15 - tmgrskat
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Wow, can tumblr not ******* overanalyse everything and pull **** out of its ass?
User avatar #43 to #15 - alexthesiro
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JKR planned it
User avatar #21 to #15 - captnnorway
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It's quite possible that it's true though. If it was me writing HP or another long series, I would totally add in stuff like that. And as far as I know, symbolism is very common in books. Also the flower dictionary exists. It's used in paintings along other things to tell a story. Similar to how a Halo around a person in a painting means the person is a saint, a certain flower might mean death of royalty or treachery or something similar
User avatar #22 to #21 - tmgrskat
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I'm pretty sure they would've said something about it though.
User avatar #23 to #22 - captnnorway
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why? You don't explain your own jokes, that's not cool. And really, the author can't be bothered pointing out all symbols and easter eggs in their book.
User avatar #29 to #23 - tmgrskat
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Remind me how Easter Eggs and Secrets are published in games...
User avatar #31 to #29 - captnnorway
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ye, thought about adding that, but it was too much work to add another sentence ^^ Guessed you would figure it out anyway
User avatar #32 to #31 - tmgrskat
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Guess I did. Listen, I'm reaaally not in the mood for this kind of ****, can we just let it slide?
User avatar #33 to #32 - captnnorway
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let what slide? But ye, I'm thinking about going to bed anyway.
User avatar #57 - mads
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I like the idea that at one point Flower language was prevalent and people just walked around shouting 'Daffodil' at each other
User avatar #12 - RIPphyscovideos
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I still don't know if this changes my view on the franchise. Subtle details like this don't distract from the raw, chewed up character development and the basic-to-intermediate plots.

To me, it's an alright franchise but it's still very enjoyable.
#13 to #12 - swagmonstah
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It was a ******* children's book you cock sucker.
I read these books when I was in 4th grade.
It was designed to have beginner and intermediate character development and plot lines.
Faggot.
User avatar #17 to #13 - friedgreenpomatoes
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Please explain to me how anything with 700 pages is a children's book.
#50 to #17 - swagmonstah
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Oh I don't know.
Let's start with the fact that it was easily understandable, had no ridiculous words, had no insane concepts, plots or character development?
Just because YOU couldn't read a 700 page book as a child doesn't make everyone as unintelligent as you.
A lot of children understand this crazy concept called chapters.
You know....
Where you get this thick ass book, and you read a chapter or 2... then you
wait for it.
HOLD THE ******* PRESS
read another chapter or 2...
WAIT....
YOU REPEAT THIS UNTIL THE BOOKS DONE.


I'm an adult, who reads daily and I still do this.

[spoiler alert]
Sometimes I read multiple books at a time, chapter by chapter. I'm smart enough to keep the plots separate, something I've been able to do since I was in elementary.
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#51 to #17 - swagmonstah
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BTW. The fact that you put the emphasis on "how" rather than "anything" shows how well of a grasp you have on literature.
User avatar #56 to #51 - RIPphyscovideos
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Actually, he could have put emphasis on almost any word there and it would still make sense.

You're a ******* nimrod and attempting to condescend over the internet will get you nowhere. Have a good day!
#18 to #17 - anon id: 17443f0e
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The fact that it didn't have any traits specifically that make it an adult book?
The length of the book doesn't decide whether it's a children's book or not, the contents of it do.

But if it helps, it was meant for older kids / young teens and adults, but it is classified as children book's, same with the movies (the PG rating).
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