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#193 - Whoa there ; it depends a LOT on the medication. For instance,…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/08/2013 on 100% Repost. Sue me. 0
User avatar #195 - thesuperhanz (03/08/2013) [-]
Actually you're kind of right, I'm just saying that because I got put on the right stuff and am now at a good dose
#190 - You know, psychedelics have been shown to help people overcome…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/08/2013 on 100% Repost. Sue me. 0
User avatar #196 - Sagetwentyone (03/08/2013) [-]
It doesn't help at all, i feel even more sad, the worse part is i like it, i like to be high, i get sad, but it's different, it also depends a lot, sometimes it helps me focus, sometimes it helps me sort things out in my brain, and get new ideas, which is not bad, but i feel devastated.
#198 - rotinaj (03/08/2013) [-]
Well, I hope you can overcome it some other way then. Eating tryptophan-containing foods like turkey and bananas can help keep seritonin production healthy. It probably won't do much, but it doesn't hurt to try. Not to mention how amazing bananas are anyways.
User avatar #202 - Sagetwentyone (03/08/2013) [-]
thanks mate, that means something to me, i'm serious, sometimes i don't know if i want to get through this, you know, a lot of people want me to succeed and be happy, but i'm pretty suicidal and i have tendencies of self-harming, i sometimes i just think the world would be better of without me, but thanks for caring, i mean it
#204 - rotinaj (03/08/2013) [-]
Just keep in mind that there's always a chance of it getting better ; if you quit on life, you aren't doing anything other than getting rid of your chances at happiness one day. Have a good weekend bro.
#200 - Mexicans smell amazing, douchey anon. 03/08/2013 on White people 0
#111 - I feel like his mouth doesn't fit with the caption, at all, in… 03/08/2013 on are you... +2
#195 - White's the minority in America now. So probably a lot  [+] (2 new replies) 03/08/2013 on White people 0
#198 - devout feminist (03/08/2013) [-]
White people make up over 70% of the population in America, but you go right on believing that the dirty mexicans are taking over.
#200 - rotinaj (03/08/2013) [-]
Mexicans smell amazing, douchey anon.
#298 - What kind of pants is he wearing, OP?  [+] (1 new reply) 03/08/2013 on Sculpture guy +5
User avatar #301 - MrJakkadakka (03/08/2013) [-]
Dark blue chinos.
#294 - wellyoudon'tsay 03/08/2013 on Sculpture guy +5
#28 - That woman took her shirt off in front of a stadium full of fa…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/08/2013 on Swapping shirts 0
User avatar #29 - Leopard (03/08/2013) [-]
She's wearing a sports bra. There is no boner educed by this. Just because she's ok with showing her stomach like any woman on the beach makes this epic. Like look at the description "Doing it right".... as if its doing it wrong if two males swap shirts.
#128 - You sound chill. Anyways, what's alice in wonderland syndrome?  [+] (7 new replies) 03/08/2013 on How is your day? 0
User avatar #140 - infinitereaper (03/08/2013) [-]
I try, lol.

Basically an instance of your senses seriously malfunctioning. Like you are unable to tell size, perhaps you feel your hands are much larger than they actually are, or something like that.

It helped me realize that as human beings we are completely reliant on our perception and senses. If one sense is tweaked even just a bit it could completely change our picture of reality. If such is true, how fragile is our picture of reality really?

We base everything on our perception, but who are we to say that perception isn't flawed. Existence itself defies logic, or rather, our logic may be incapable of truly grasping it.

If our brains just evolved on an afterthought for survival, we probably don't realize a lot of things.

Its like if superior alien beings visited the planet and thought of us as ants.

We would never even dream of the possibility that we were ants though. And I think few poeple acknowledged this really.
#184 - neutrino (03/08/2013) [-]

I would argue that our perceptions of reality are based on ideas of Euclidean spaces which we define, both academically and on a day to day basis, based on common axioms which are utterly independent of senses.
Regardless of whether we have difficulty perceiving depth or size, or whether we are blind, or have hardly any senses at all, we still understand that there is such a thing as absolute depth and size.
#188 - neutrino (03/08/2013) [-]
It is an interesting question as to whether reality defines logic or logic defines reality. Is math a human invention or discovery? An approximation, or a literal set of rules the universe obeys? If the universe is mathematical (which most in academia believe), then the fundamental truths of reality can be derived unambiguously by thought. It doesn’t matter if our thinking is somehow flawed – math and logic prove themselves. The correct solution happens to be the only one that is self-consistent.
Think of particle physics – look at all of the crazy shit we predicted because the math said it should be there. Dozens of particles started as mathematical abstractions, except when we got the technology to look and see decades later – there they were. Relativity, quantum physics, the speed of light, electricity, gravity – all things that started as an equation that later turned out to be true. Not only true, but EXACTLY as we thought they should be. Exactly what marks on a piece of paper demanded that they be.
Frankly, if the implications of this don’t keep you up at night, there may be something very wrong with you. Math is honestly a little scary, and I don’t just mean the final exam in calculus class.
User avatar #200 - infinitereaper (03/08/2013) [-]
Math is indeed something special but I do wonder on our current limits. It's been calculated that all things in our cosmos add up to zero. Inherently that doesn't make much sense, but who knows. I for one think math will reach it's own limits. Especially with the advent of the uncertain principle and newer theoretical concepts.

All I know is that none of us are going to live long enough to really know the answers, which is saddening.
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#159 - devout feminist (03/08/2013) [-]
Hello, not everyone can be a philosopher...it's okay. You should stop now though...while your...well damn. You're not even ahead. You are so far behind you'll never recover. I would advise you to be committed to a mental institution. You should stop thinking because you are doing it very...very..wrong.
User avatar #172 - infinitereaper (03/08/2013) [-]
How full of yourself must you be to post something like this to a random stranger on the internet. What are you trying to prove?

I'm simplifying things a lot for the sake of idle chatter, but that is of no consequence. I'm sure you've got it all figured out, but I merely talking about awareness.
#125 - You're pretty right when you say not to take the bible literal…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/08/2013 on How is your day? 0
#129 - tomthehippie (03/08/2013) [-]
It depends, the Old Testament, was written (originally) in what ever language people spoke as each book was written (and evolved with said language). The New Testament was written in a combination of Greek, the various Arab languages of the day, and Latin.

But yeah, fuck the organization of the religion. All you need is yourself and God.
#120 - You sound like you've done LSD.  [+] (9 new replies) 03/08/2013 on How is your day? 0
User avatar #124 - infinitereaper (03/08/2013) [-]
No not yet, but if you experience Alice in Wonderland Syndrome young enough you realize how human our perceptions are. We are machines, like drones working on our biological design, we aught to be more self conscious.
#128 - rotinaj (03/08/2013) [-]
You sound chill. Anyways, what's alice in wonderland syndrome?
User avatar #140 - infinitereaper (03/08/2013) [-]
I try, lol.

Basically an instance of your senses seriously malfunctioning. Like you are unable to tell size, perhaps you feel your hands are much larger than they actually are, or something like that.

It helped me realize that as human beings we are completely reliant on our perception and senses. If one sense is tweaked even just a bit it could completely change our picture of reality. If such is true, how fragile is our picture of reality really?

We base everything on our perception, but who are we to say that perception isn't flawed. Existence itself defies logic, or rather, our logic may be incapable of truly grasping it.

If our brains just evolved on an afterthought for survival, we probably don't realize a lot of things.

Its like if superior alien beings visited the planet and thought of us as ants.

We would never even dream of the possibility that we were ants though. And I think few poeple acknowledged this really.
#184 - neutrino (03/08/2013) [-]

I would argue that our perceptions of reality are based on ideas of Euclidean spaces which we define, both academically and on a day to day basis, based on common axioms which are utterly independent of senses.
Regardless of whether we have difficulty perceiving depth or size, or whether we are blind, or have hardly any senses at all, we still understand that there is such a thing as absolute depth and size.
#188 - neutrino (03/08/2013) [-]
It is an interesting question as to whether reality defines logic or logic defines reality. Is math a human invention or discovery? An approximation, or a literal set of rules the universe obeys? If the universe is mathematical (which most in academia believe), then the fundamental truths of reality can be derived unambiguously by thought. It doesn’t matter if our thinking is somehow flawed – math and logic prove themselves. The correct solution happens to be the only one that is self-consistent.
Think of particle physics – look at all of the crazy shit we predicted because the math said it should be there. Dozens of particles started as mathematical abstractions, except when we got the technology to look and see decades later – there they were. Relativity, quantum physics, the speed of light, electricity, gravity – all things that started as an equation that later turned out to be true. Not only true, but EXACTLY as we thought they should be. Exactly what marks on a piece of paper demanded that they be.
Frankly, if the implications of this don’t keep you up at night, there may be something very wrong with you. Math is honestly a little scary, and I don’t just mean the final exam in calculus class.
User avatar #200 - infinitereaper (03/08/2013) [-]
Math is indeed something special but I do wonder on our current limits. It's been calculated that all things in our cosmos add up to zero. Inherently that doesn't make much sense, but who knows. I for one think math will reach it's own limits. Especially with the advent of the uncertain principle and newer theoretical concepts.

All I know is that none of us are going to live long enough to really know the answers, which is saddening.
#162 - admiralamory has deleted their comment.
#159 - devout feminist (03/08/2013) [-]
Hello, not everyone can be a philosopher...it's okay. You should stop now though...while your...well damn. You're not even ahead. You are so far behind you'll never recover. I would advise you to be committed to a mental institution. You should stop thinking because you are doing it very...very..wrong.
User avatar #172 - infinitereaper (03/08/2013) [-]
How full of yourself must you be to post something like this to a random stranger on the internet. What are you trying to prove?

I'm simplifying things a lot for the sake of idle chatter, but that is of no consequence. I'm sure you've got it all figured out, but I merely talking about awareness.
#113 - I recently started reading through the bible, and I thought it… 03/08/2013 on How is your day? 0
#102 - In my years, I've finally made the all-important discovery tha…  [+] (7 new replies) 03/08/2013 on How is your day? 0
User avatar #130 - jrondeau (03/08/2013) [-]
I agree good sir. While I may not like it as an atheist, the 'rules' to religion and science differ greatly. That's to say that you can't argue with religion from a scientific perspective and you can't argue with science from a religious perspective.

I wish it were different, but what the hell can I do?
#119 - tomthehippie (03/08/2013) [-]
I beg to differ. I am Christian, how ever I understand that for God to explain the big bang, and evolution to his people over 6000 years ago, there was no way for them to understand.

Basically my belief is that how ever many trillions of years ago, God snapped his fingers and that was the big bang.

Then a few million years ago when primitive cells started to form from organic chemicals, God snapped his fingers again and there was the spark of life.

Then, when man naturally evolved (according to God's plan) God snapped his fingers again, and that was the soul.

That being said, the Catholic Church is full of shit and most "Christians" make me ashamed of being human, let alone believing in the same God as they do.

Basically; don't take the bible too literally. Its over 6000 years old (the oldest parts at least. I mean, fuck, we can't remember what we did on this day a year ago. How the fuck could we keep a book (that has existed as an oral tradition for the majority of it's existence) absolutely perfect? Especially when (even according to the bible) most prophecy was grossly misinterpreted until after the fact?
User avatar #137 - Deeticky (03/08/2013) [-]
I just want to say that even as an Atheist, I respect your position. I've met a number of Christians who believe like you do, and they are nice people, unlike the evangelicals.

I have a few questions about your beliefs, if you don't mind. I am always seeking to learn about others.

First off, Why is it that you believe that God made all of those things happen and not nature/random chance?

Second, what is your idea of the afterlife? How do people get into Heaven/Hell?

finally, Why do you chose the Judeo-Christian god over the others?
#189 - tomthehippie (03/08/2013) [-]
I don't mind at all! If you want to talk about it I am more than happy to have a conversation about my faith.

1, I believe that God created man to have beings who were not servants, who he could have communion with. In other words, he was lonely, and while Angels make great servants, they suck to talk to.

2, My idea is there is Heaven, which is described in the bible as New Jerusalem. I'm not sure what will be there, but I know that death wont, illness wont, injury wont.

Hell? Well, personally I believe that it is the second death. Perhaps it is torture for eternity, but I believe after the judgement (1,000 years after Armageddon) those who fail the "gold standard" will simply die.

As to how you get into either one, well, to quote a Christian rap group's song (and I don't know the name of either, though I wish I did), "There is a gold standard, perfection, that we don't measure up to!". This is something every faith agrees on, we are flawed.

How ever, God loves us so much that he sent his Son (God in the Flesh), to pay our debts. He knows that we are flawed beings, so he sacrificed his son to pay the debt we owe.

All you have to do is accept that. It isn't as easy as it sounds though, it requires that you truly come before God, humbled, weak, recognizing your own unworth, your own flawed sinful self and confess to him that you know you are sinful. That you know you are unworthy. That you know that by divine law, you are damned. And knowing that you accept that Jesus died for your sins, that he died and went to hell so that you don't have to.

It isn't easy. It isn't as simple as it sounds. You have to open yourself up and let God in. You have to put all your faith in Jesus. You have to let your weakness become his strength. It isn't just saying that you accept it, you have to give yourself to God.

As for why I chose this? It clicks with me. We are flawed, and unlike any other faith, Jesus gives an answer to that flaw; his sacrifice.

continued in next commen
#193 - tomthehippie (03/08/2013) [-]
Other faiths claim that by praying, fasting, meditating, you can become better, but my experience has shown that the human condition doesn't change because you willingly starve yourself, or you pray or sit in meditation (although any of this things can help you become a better person).

Christianity accepts that we are flawed; that we are sinners. Christianity makes it clear that there is a gold standard, that we will never measure up to.

Do good deeds? Are you doing them simply to help, or because they make you feel good? If its the later, then its still a sin, because you are doing it out of your own pride.

The laws of Mosses were given to the Jews to teach them that by the letter of law they are damned. But that wasn't the whole plan, God knew that we were flawed, so he sent his Son.

A good way to illustrate this idea is the Judgement that takes place after Armageddon.

Jesus has a book (probably not literally like this, but close enough for government work) in which every person that has ever lived has a page. On that page, every time you did a true good deed, something that God claimed for his glory, your name is written down once. But Satan has a book too, with a page just for you. And on that page, every time you sin, your name is written down once.

By these pages all will be judged, but, if you truly accepted Jesus and have faith in him, then your page in the Devil's book is covered in Jesus' blood.

Your sins still exist, but they are covered, they are paid for. They can't be used against you.

Some people claim that works affect you getting into Heaven, how ever it is made clear that works (things you do through motivation in the Holy Spirit) are done as a response to salvation, not done to earn salvation.

I hope I was clear enough.

Funny gif to make up for how much I wrote down.
#125 - rotinaj (03/08/2013) [-]
You're pretty right when you say not to take the bible literally ; I don't even know for sure what the original language it was written in was (I think Latin). But I know that the King James bible was pretty much the bible written by King James, made to sound like Shakespeare. Those Anglicans are pretty silly people. They pretty much created a new religion to fit their needs back in the day.
#129 - tomthehippie (03/08/2013) [-]
It depends, the Old Testament, was written (originally) in what ever language people spoke as each book was written (and evolved with said language). The New Testament was written in a combination of Greek, the various Arab languages of the day, and Latin.

But yeah, fuck the organization of the religion. All you need is yourself and God.
#91 - So if we do salvia before we die, we'll be immortal? 03/08/2013 on How is your day? 0
#72 - But if the water's frozen... 03/08/2013 on BECAUSE FUCK PEOPLE -2
#70 - You sound like Terrence McKenna. He was cool. 03/08/2013 on Mind Blown 0
#217 - Oh yeah. 03/08/2013 on Pretty much sums up the new AC 0
#27 - *fixed 03/08/2013 on force ghosts -7
#198 - 1: I can ignore it forever 2: Sex with a girl on her perio…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/08/2013 on Women... -1
#219 - honeybooboo (03/08/2013) [-]
You know what terrifies me? Fromunda cheese. There had been times that I was ready to go right then, but NOPE. But instead of being inconsiderate, I would suggest that we shower together. Both parties happy! YAY!!!
#201 - honeybooboo (03/08/2013) [-]
I understand. It's not for everyone.
#184 - Women acknowledging they have a period is icky  [+] (4 new replies) 03/08/2013 on Women... -3
#195 - honeybooboo (03/08/2013) [-]
I'm sorry, but it is reality. You can't just ignore it. It happens.
#198 - rotinaj (03/08/2013) [-]
1: I can ignore it forever
2: Sex with a girl on her period's awesome ; talking about it isn't. It's terrifying
#219 - honeybooboo (03/08/2013) [-]
You know what terrifies me? Fromunda cheese. There had been times that I was ready to go right then, but NOPE. But instead of being inconsiderate, I would suggest that we shower together. Both parties happy! YAY!!!
#201 - honeybooboo (03/08/2013) [-]
I understand. It's not for everyone.
#205 - Actually, in the age of exploration, pirates were funded by th…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/08/2013 on Pretty much sums up the new AC 0
#216 - verycoolcat (03/08/2013) [-]
Those were privateers. Some privateers either were pirates attacking any ship of any nation or became pirates. The ones you hear of were typically pirates and not privateers.
#217 - rotinaj (03/08/2013) [-]
Oh yeah.
#55 - Technically, it's illegal to download Pokemon, Mario, or Kirby… 03/08/2013 on They Don't Even Know ... 0
#176 - Rocky from Disney Channel's "Shake It Up!"?  [+] (1 new reply) 03/08/2013 on Women... -1
User avatar #183 - thelegitmetalhead (03/08/2013) [-]
I think it's Hayley Williams, who I would fuck drive any day.
#175 - ew  [+] (6 new replies) 03/08/2013 on Women... -3
#181 - honeybooboo (03/08/2013) [-]
Why ew? I really would like to know.
#184 - rotinaj (03/08/2013) [-]
Women acknowledging they have a period is icky
#195 - honeybooboo (03/08/2013) [-]
I'm sorry, but it is reality. You can't just ignore it. It happens.
#198 - rotinaj (03/08/2013) [-]
1: I can ignore it forever
2: Sex with a girl on her period's awesome ; talking about it isn't. It's terrifying
#219 - honeybooboo (03/08/2013) [-]
You know what terrifies me? Fromunda cheese. There had been times that I was ready to go right then, but NOPE. But instead of being inconsiderate, I would suggest that we shower together. Both parties happy! YAY!!!
#201 - honeybooboo (03/08/2013) [-]
I understand. It's not for everyone.
#234 - The panda was sadder, bro.  [+] (1 new reply) 03/07/2013 on My little brother 0
User avatar #236 - darklit (03/07/2013) [-]
i figured pure sadness wouldn't work after the first one, so i went with humiliation for the second.

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