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Date Signed Up:6/15/2011
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#18 - Picture 6 hours ago on Thanks Mr skeltal 0
#34107 - Gear is still MUCH more potent and effective, but SARMs don't … 07/06/2015 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
#34106 - It's just something they list so that they can cover their ass…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/06/2015 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
User avatar #34107 - methylgroup (07/06/2015) [-]
Gear is still MUCH more potent and effective, but SARMs don't have nearly the same amount of negative side effects.
#69 - This one?  [+] (1 new reply) 07/05/2015 on End of the world theories +1
#74 - alphabetagama (07/05/2015) [-]
Yes it is. Saved and backed up. Thank you comrade. May the emperor bless you.
#14 - I want to fly to space, but I'm both terrified and excited for…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/04/2015 on End of the world theories 0
User avatar #30 - threeeighteen (07/05/2015) [-]
I've always been a pussy ass bitch about the ocean and I see space as the ocean time infinite. So I'm infinitely more a pussy ass bitch about space. It could be cool though.
#12 - Again, Great Silence theory is relevant.  [+] (6 new replies) 07/04/2015 on End of the world theories +25
User avatar #49 - alphabetagama (07/05/2015) [-]
Quick question. Do you by any chance have the /tg/s humans fuck yeah about the hologram thing? Like the story is we realize we are a simulation and then we begin interacting with aliens. We send them some useful 3D printer data and then later we make a way to 3D print our selves out.
It was a fucking epic story but I lost it from my bookmarks. Do you have it by any chance?
#69 - methylgroup (07/05/2015) [-]
This one?
#74 - alphabetagama (07/05/2015) [-]
Yes it is. Saved and backed up. Thank you comrade. May the emperor bless you.
User avatar #13 - ikoropant (07/04/2015) [-]
I am sure there are loads of other theories I've missed, but I can only add the ones I've read of. Nonetheless, that is absolutely terrifying to think of...
User avatar #14 - methylgroup (07/04/2015) [-]
I want to fly to space, but I'm both terrified and excited for what we would find.
User avatar #30 - threeeighteen (07/05/2015) [-]
I've always been a pussy ass bitch about the ocean and I see space as the ocean time infinite. So I'm infinitely more a pussy ass bitch about space. It could be cool though.
#36 - I'm a big fan of The Great Silence theory. It's ******* …  [+] (8 new replies) 07/03/2015 on why we haven't seen aliens... +59
#60 - comicironic (07/03/2015) [-]
>WIMPS DONT BECOME TOP DOGS
But they do.

The strongest, most dangerous, and downright apex predators on the planet are nearly all in danger of biting the cosmic dust.
Meanwhile, the Earth is dominated by the descendants of grass-eating apes who grew on basically being the nerdiest of all species, and ants, which are the weeniest of weenies individually.

We both actually share one important feature associated more with the successful species than the dying ones: cooperation.
Ants work together, and span several continents. Tigers don't, and now number less than 4000.

The species we meet might well work on the same principle.
#76 - shigiddy (07/04/2015) [-]
Cooperation within the species, yes. But we didn't cooperate with the Neanderthals or homo erectus or any of the other human species we shared the earth with hundreds of thouands of years ago. We killed the shit out of them. And they happened to be so close to us genetically that we were able to crossbreed with them. All of humanity has a good chunk of Neanderthal DNA because we were boning them like crazy. And that didn't stop us from wiping them out.

Now imagine an advanced alien race that doesn't even share our Eartly rules of life (ie: carbon is the building block of life, water is necessary for life) what makes you think they will want to cooperate with us? Sure, they may cooperate within their own race, but I highly doubt they will want to cooperate with us.
User avatar #139 - whitehawk (07/04/2015) [-]
we didn't kill neanderthals, we interbred with them. Every human sub species has approximately 1-4% of neanderthal blood in them
#170 - popeflatus (07/04/2015) [-]
Not the Sub-Saharan Africans.
User avatar #98 - phantomcancer (07/04/2015) [-]
Homo Sapiens didn't kill Neanderthals in Holocaust-like droves. We lived quite happily together, and as you know even mixed, which in the end made Homo Sapiens of European descent (where Neanderthals lived) a more competitive species. What happened is that the Neanderthals couldn't compete. Homo Sapiens foraged too well, hunted too much to leave anything for (to a reptillian brain) an inferior animal, just had a greater capacity for thought and evolution than Neanderthals.
#87 - comicironic (07/04/2015) [-]
Humanity is perfectly capable of cooperating outside its own species?
Dogs would be one example. When faced with a competing and destructive predator, we still managed to domesticate it.

>what makes you think they will want to cooperate with us?
It will be beneficial.

Assuming you even have the energy to make a mildly effective relativistic bomb, that's an investment you never get back. It's purely chaotic and destructive. You only have a reason to use it in self-defense.

Meanwhile, contacting another species can hold great reward. You can exchange technology and discovery, learn and expand language and culture, or simply just be curious about whatever the fuck else is out there. If you value none of those things, blowing apart infrastructure and knowledge for the sake of paranoid safety is still moronic. Man did not grow strong by beating up every friend he could make out of some sense of isolationist fear.
#94 - innocentbabies (07/04/2015) [-]
No, but we did a good job of conquering and subjugating all other species. You don't get to rule the universe by being gentle. Admittedly, the top dogs will probably be more imperialistic, rather than genocidal, so we'll probably survive first contact. Assuming, of course, that we meet with the dominant organisms first, rather than a more violent, xenophobic species that doesn't like competition.
User avatar #146 - wobblewub (07/04/2015) [-]
Y'all both seem right in away, I don't think either of you are less right or wrong than the other
#39 - I live in Mississippi. The argument here isn't to ban the fla… 07/01/2015 on Confederate Flag Parade -... +1
#4 - Done.  [+] (1 new reply) 06/29/2015 on Emma Watson + Taylor Swift... +26
User avatar #5 - platinumaltaria (06/29/2015) [-]
Has science gone to far? Not far enough I say.
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User avatar #11 - studbeefpile (03/27/2015) [-]
Also, if you ever have any questions about the program or anything, let me know. We can make changes to be more accommodating to whatever situation you're in.
User avatar #12 to #11 - methylgroup (03/27/2015) [-]
Awesome, and thank you. I'm starting it next week.
User avatar #13 to #12 - studbeefpile (03/27/2015) [-]
Cool beans man. Gonna make some crazy gains.
#5 - studbeefpile (02/11/2015) [-]
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User avatar #7 to #5 - methylgroup (02/11/2015) [-]
I don't totally disagree.
#3 - studbeefpile (12/29/2014) [-]
Most recent picture of me. Like I said, I never seriously worked any kind of arm isolation movements, I only ever did rows and pull downs for biceps, and bench for triceps.

Now of course I don't have the best arms by any means, but for a beginner like yourself you don't have to worry about dips and pull ups not being enough.
User avatar #4 to #3 - methylgroup (12/29/2014) [-]
I'm jelly. You look pretty damn swole. My arms are completely skeltal and scrawny, coupled with tiny wrists. I guess that's why I'm so self conscious.

I'm going to get that base of strength up.
User avatar #2 to #1 - methylgroup (06/24/2014) [-]
You glorious bastard. Godspeed.
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