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|#13 - well sometimes death is the predetermined end. There's honestl…||08/26/2014 on Predestined||0|
|#2 - look, its like this. the end result is predetermined, where we… [+] (4 new replies)||08/26/2014 on Predestined||-8|
#4 - lagingerninja (08/26/2014) [-]
So if everything is predetermined, yet our death is not, what about someone elses death? Say for instance a dude dies, and twenty years down the line you get with a girl, yet if he was alive, he'd have her. So did that not make his death predetermined to reach and fufill your destiny? But if his death was not predetermined, does that mean your path was then changed?
#85 - anonymous (08/27/2014) [-]
Life sounds a lot like Skyrim.
#45 - deadmaniii (08/26/2014) [-]
The way I like to think of it is that no matter the time or place you will die then and there. I believe in predetermination because of my thoughts of time travel. Let me explain.
Say time travel is possible. Doesn't matter how but it is.
You experience something now and are driven to go back and change it.
You go back and change it. Now the past you has no motivation to go back and the current you has no reason to exist. (If you were to continue to exist then it's safe to say that you are in a parallel world/universe and not really time traveling.)
So when it comes down to it if you were to go back in time then you would either make absolutely no difference or, the more likely, you'd be a direct cause for yourself to want to go back.
In short no matter what you do in the past the result is the same. Now apply that to going into the future and changing things in the present. It's the same principal.
So that's my reasoning for predetermination. Mind you, I don't know the future so I am going to try to survive.
When it comes down to responsibility such as a death by your hand, yes there was nothing I could do to stop the death from happening but you still caused it. Predetermination isn't an excuse to shy away from responsibility.
Just my thoughts on it.
#13 - the fuzzball (08/26/2014) [-]
well sometimes death is the predetermined end. There's honestly no way to know. in a way It's really kind of like a religion, you just kinda have to believe. and about the meeting a girl 20 years later or whatever, a lot of stuff other than death is left up in the air, this is mainly just my personal belief the one main thing that is destined is what would be called the climax of your life, whatever that may be, however boring or exciting, the climax is whats always going to happen and life will always find a way to push you towards that point and get you there. whether that means pushing others into your path or removing them, its always going to happen.
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|#12 - Comment deleted||08/25/2014 on Help me out - Education Fees||0|
|#12 - sounds like it.||08/24/2014 on History knows whats good.||0|
|#10 - idk what provider you have but fro fios American heroes and mi… [+] (2 new replies)||08/24/2014 on History knows whats good.||0|
|#3 - they already have a military history channel [+] (4 new replies)||08/24/2014 on History knows whats good.||0|
|#31 - the entire series is also on their site for absolutly free||08/24/2014 on Rooster Teeth Galore #3||0|
|#11 - comment 7||08/19/2014 on Stick Families||0|
|#10 - "Xander"||08/19/2014 on Stick Families||+3|
|#13 - or just carry one and say "this is my only one" [+] (1 new reply)||08/19/2014 on Pretty accurate||0|
|#3 - happy to do it too||08/18/2014 on (untitled)||0|
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|#5 - lauren bacall was the 2nd.||08/16/2014 on R.I.P. Jay Adams||0|
|#1 - some say he's still in the air||08/16/2014 on AH Gif Dump||+2|
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|#13 - its not that they dont know the names, its that they are tryin… [+] (1 new reply)||08/15/2014 on Facebook being plebs||+26|
|#12 - better than teh dude who thought it was a shotgun||08/15/2014 on Facebook being plebs||+2|
|#1 - 4D? [+] (7 new replies)||08/15/2014 on 4D alarm clock||0|
#9 - dashothenes (08/15/2014) [-]
The term 4D is thrown around a lot by people who don't actually know what dimensions are although the term dimensions itself are quite vague. Some scientists argue that we should count 11 dimensions that exist in our own universe (youtube ted talks 11 dimensions). I could explain the 11 but they are quite complicated.
What pisses me off is when people refer to something as 4D they usually mean that it includes the sense of touch. Senses are not dimensions.
|#68 - thats the joke [+] (1 new reply)||08/14/2014 on close enough||0|
|#3 - its abstract.... [+] (4 new replies)||08/13/2014 on close enough||+22|
|#1 - in case anyone else was interested||08/13/2014 on Tunisia||+7|
|#26 - i think a fish is playing it now [+] (1 new reply)||08/12/2014 on Story of the False Prophet||0|