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you're actually not far from the truth, and that's what makes it sadder
Yes if what you say is considered extreme enough and it gets enough attention it can easily get you fired.
it's pretty common
This happens in more businesses than you think. Poor a personal opinion on Twitter and you could be fired days later
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Your point is actually correct according to my knowledge. I lack founding and academic support for a proper study but my best friend is a super heavy aspy
He's insanely smart and once he knows somebody can normally talk to them but he chimps out at times and has trouble socializing a lot. He can't even talk to new people if he doesn't mentally prepare every line for 10 or so minutes before but he's loyal and we have all the same interests so I treasure our friendship.
and one time he completely lost it because his dad broke his DS (which he bought from his own money) and broke his dads arm and three ribs. His dad is in the dutch elite police (arrestatieteam) and is extremely well trained for close combat but despite him restraining my friend like he does with criminals my friend just dislocated his shoulder, punched his dad in the face and then kicked him twice.
I found this very interesting as he told me he didn't feel pain or physical strain during the brawl and didn't really care for wounds so I have done some tests on him and apparently he literally lacks physical restraint when angry
(I've tested his normal muscle capacity and compared it to the damage he does when chimping out. My main example was him throwing a 100kg table through a screen door while he usually can barely lift said table.
Furthermore he flinches when he feels pain but did not give a shit about dislocating his shoulder which even when under the influence of adrenaline and shock wouldn't enable him to throw 100kg like it's nothing.
It might have been a combination of the two but it's hard to research on him because he is trying to control his anger issues and I don't want to fuck up my friend so empirical evidence is limited.
Still this theory seems extremely valid from a scientific perspective and if someone would finance a study on the topic I'd be glad to conduct it.
I know my story sounds kinda far out there but I've known the guy for 11 years now and we met in a school for gifted children before his anger issues started during late puberty.
Interesting. Now I just have to find someone to scare me and try it out for myself xP
Fear doesn't release as much adrenaline. You should try to get in a fight or some competition you take extremely serious to get the biggest rush unless you have phobias to exploit.
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To add on to what you said.
In cold waters, the use of a life jacket is to allow you to warm your body up through motion without it being for the express reason of keeping yourself afloat.
motion to keep you afloat doesn't generate less heat than Just moving with a life-jacket...
I have no comment for the content, but that's not what life-jackets are for
It takes more energy to keep yourself afloat was my point.
When you have a life-jacket you can move around without using a ton of energy and keep your body warm.
moving around burns calories, keeping you're temp Up
that's why you shiver when cold..
you have chemical energy in you're body
motion helps release that energy as heat (warming the body)
Yes, I understand this.
But when you don't have a life jacket on and you are fighting waves to keep yourself afloat you are going to use too much energy at one time.
Kind of like when you run a mile, you shouldn't sprint the first portion because you will use all of your energy.
If it's actually a cold sea you probably need to be moving as much as you would if you were treading water just to keep your temp up.
the benefit in Cold and
water is beyond my knowledge, idk how much extra energy is exerted to stay afloat in rough weather
so ill digress
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