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Date Signed Up:3/25/2011
Last Login:10/25/2014
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#44 - >tv show 10/24/2014 on Me in the future +5
#41 - summon comicsexplain 10/23/2014 on Behold 0
#9 - Picture 10/22/2014 on Because It's Black +1
#13 - Picture 10/22/2014 on Visions of the future 0
#47 - Yep. Saying that toy meth promotes drug use is like saying toy… 10/22/2014 on Breaking Bad Toys R Us -... +2
#40 - you thought she played games but in reality she played you … 10/22/2014 on Gamer girls +5
#24 - Neither 10/22/2014 on Eeeewwwght +2
#336 - Picture 10/21/2014 on Free steam game $25 and... +2
#178 - not unless you make fun of black people 10/21/2014 on Dating +2
#168 - Insult blacks, chinese and jews and you're funny because dark …  [+] (2 new replies) 10/21/2014 on Dating +1
#177 - envinite (10/21/2014) [-]
I'm, guessing my joke is not that funny, ja? Oh well..
#178 - ryander (10/21/2014) [-]
not unless you make fun of black people
#29 - fixed 10/20/2014 on Community In A Nutshell +18
#94 - I remember reading about this a while back, I think nobody hel… 10/20/2014 on White privilege is best... 0
#93 - Comment deleted 10/20/2014 on White privilege is best... 0
#27 - Picture 10/20/2014 on (untitled) 0
#190 - ****** her silly. gonna go replay rance now 10/19/2014 on Rednecks +1
#22 - how do you know that 10/19/2014 on Top kek +3
#99 - I think there's two factors: Lack of Empathy: I'v… 10/19/2014 on Anon tells a story of rage +1
#93 - how the **** do i do that, i'd need the ori… 10/18/2014 on He feel me fappiiing 0
#55 - you can't spell junko without junk just beat danganronpa…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/17/2014 on He feel me fappiiing 0
#90 - xxxsonic fanxxx (10/17/2014) [-]
make your own
User avatar #93 - ryander (10/18/2014) [-]
how the fuck do i do that, i'd need the original game
and if I had the original game and a console i'd just play it on the console, but i can't afford it, need english iso i have to find out what the outside world is like, cmon
#31 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 10/16/2014 on 5318008 0
#50 - xxxsonic fanxxx (10/16/2014) [-]
>Arrested Development
>For smart people
lol k.
#157 - sooo...punk's not dead?  [+] (1 new reply) 10/15/2014 on Cringe Comp Numbruh 9 +3
#431 - rabbityrabbitrabbi (10/16/2014) [-]
Nah, it's just resting.
#120 - Picture 10/15/2014 on SJW BTFO +8
#100 - Picture 10/14/2014 on What if +1
#53 - But you're right to say that its illogical. The deal with a cl…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/13/2014 on What if 0
User avatar #69 - theimmortalbeaver (10/13/2014) [-]
The clock could arguably work if you assume that time is linear. IE, we're advancing along one set course, and nothing we say or do can change that. Not even to say that we don't have free will, just that there is essentially only one universal timeline and nothing will change that. The problem being, obviously, that if time is linear in that respect, such a clock could never exist in the first place as it would involve some form of time travel which would immediately make time non-linear. So, yeah. The clock couldn't exist, no matter the line of thinking used to assume how time works or how the clock would work.

TL;DR: It either comes down to the complex paradox that you described, or it runs into the same issues that time travel would face to exist in the first place.
User avatar #100 - ryander (10/14/2014) [-]
#36 - No because you can't alter your behavior to avoid death if the…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/13/2014 on What if 0
User avatar #53 - ryander (10/13/2014) [-]
But you're right to say that its illogical. The deal with a clock like this is that it wouldn't WORK. By constatly showing you a fraction of your future it would constantly alter your future. And if your future is altered, so is your time of death meaning as soon as you read that "you would die in 30 years" and rationalized that information the clock would already be taking your future into account and sending that information back to the past (to the watch). The person who read that they were going to die in 30 years would be different from the person who had never read their watch, they would take a different path in life leading to a different death, causing a ripple that would affect the future, thus you wouldn't die in 30 years because you read the watch telling you that you were going to die in 30 years. The time on the watch would never hold still due to the variable it itself causes.

TL;DR when you looked at your watch your actions would be changed, your future would be changed, thus your death would be changed, thus the watch's time would change time, thus you'd see the changed time, and your future would be changed, this would go on in a loop.
User avatar #69 - theimmortalbeaver (10/13/2014) [-]
The clock could arguably work if you assume that time is linear. IE, we're advancing along one set course, and nothing we say or do can change that. Not even to say that we don't have free will, just that there is essentially only one universal timeline and nothing will change that. The problem being, obviously, that if time is linear in that respect, such a clock could never exist in the first place as it would involve some form of time travel which would immediately make time non-linear. So, yeah. The clock couldn't exist, no matter the line of thinking used to assume how time works or how the clock would work.

TL;DR: It either comes down to the complex paradox that you described, or it runs into the same issues that time travel would face to exist in the first place.
User avatar #100 - ryander (10/14/2014) [-]
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