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#41 - Oh yeah? Well you have a stupid face 01/17/2016 on :) 0
#39 - What defines simple survival, then? From their standards, simp…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/17/2016 on why no one visits +1
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#40 - quantumranger (01/17/2016) [-]
You raise a good point but I still feel that saying a being advanced enough to travel in space with ease would see Earth and assume it's without intelligent life just because it's so much higher on the scale seems strange. What I'm thinking is wouldn't the higher species be able to realize Humanity is moving toward greater, I don't know, prominence or something if they remember that their species had to do all that stuff too? I guess it's like a 'civilized' person seeing a 'savage' person and assuming they are incapable of learning higher educational concepts despite the 'civilized' person's ancestors being just as savage is the 'savage'. I feel it would be like someone seeing worms somehow recording events and then referencing these records in later generations to do things and dismissing it because they only record information about rainfall. It's just weird to me to think that an (incredibly) advanced species wouldn't be able to recognize what we consider basic intelligence. It would be an entirely different thing if they just didn't care because we were so far below them, but to say they wouldn't be able to recognize humanity as "intelligent" just doesn't sit right with me.
#3 - Deaf people have no feelings confirmed 01/17/2016 on Robots have feelings, too +9
#2 - I think hating a cosplay just because it is scantily clad even…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/17/2016 on she`s in her prime +4
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#9 - alarubra (01/18/2016) [-]
I think it's worse. And I hate cosplays that are just "sexy versions" where they put a hot chick in a bikini, then give her something vaguely related to the character.
#7 - Being a mentally healthy and functioning member of society … 01/17/2016 on I prefer wood fences but... +46
#24 - Except loss dates back to around 2009 you dip. Not to ment… 01/17/2016 on Bee movie +6
#16 - They might be leagues beyond us to the point that all those th…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/17/2016 on why no one visits 0
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#38 - quantumranger (01/17/2016) [-]
It's still indicative of a level of intelligence beyond simple survival.
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#39 - attifyon (01/17/2016) [-]
What defines simple survival, then? From their standards, simple survival might refer to something we haven't even reached, like literally all members of the species having access to clean sources of water and nutrients with most, if not all, diseases and creatures posing danger to them eliminated.
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#40 - quantumranger (01/17/2016) [-]
You raise a good point but I still feel that saying a being advanced enough to travel in space with ease would see Earth and assume it's without intelligent life just because it's so much higher on the scale seems strange. What I'm thinking is wouldn't the higher species be able to realize Humanity is moving toward greater, I don't know, prominence or something if they remember that their species had to do all that stuff too? I guess it's like a 'civilized' person seeing a 'savage' person and assuming they are incapable of learning higher educational concepts despite the 'civilized' person's ancestors being just as savage is the 'savage'. I feel it would be like someone seeing worms somehow recording events and then referencing these records in later generations to do things and dismissing it because they only record information about rainfall. It's just weird to me to think that an (incredibly) advanced species wouldn't be able to recognize what we consider basic intelligence. It would be an entirely different thing if they just didn't care because we were so far below them, but to say they wouldn't be able to recognize humanity as "intelligent" just doesn't sit right with me.
#15 - That's what he is saying: there is a possibility that the diff… 01/17/2016 on why no one visits +1
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#85 - hiukuss (01/17/2016) [-]
feels bretty good even without an ssd to be under 7 seconds
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