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also, do aliens exist?

  • probably when considering statistics
    • would we ever see aliens?
      • probably not when considering statistics
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Killing someone doesn't change whether or not they die, only when.

The only thing that determines whether or not someone will die is whether or not they were born. Therefore, the only cause of death is birth.

The only case in which murder changes the amount of people who will die is if a person who would've otherwise had children is killed. By preventing birth it prevents death. In other words, murder can only decrease the amount of people who will die or keep it the same, but never increase it.

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Different stations produce different shows and share them among each other. That’s federation, baby.

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true science

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I wouldn't be as worried about them going out of business and me being stuck with half broken car software.

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What is the pH of litmus? (sh.itjust.works)
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I emote with my glasses a lot. Slowly pulling them off in amazement, sarcastically looking over the top of the rims, etc. How do people who can actually see handle it?

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The real shower thought was about movement across the highest speed we know of at the minimum distance we know of, so I divided Planck length by the speed of light.

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I had to squat over a urine covered toilet seat and had the titled thought...

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People could all make their own breads, if they had more times, but it'd require more ovens working simultaneously instead of fewer big ovens. It would also take more time for humanity, collectively. And even if everyone had a big oven like those in bakeries, while they could make big stocks of bread for a long time, this would result in everyone eating bread of lesser quality because bread goes bad with time. Having a skilled minority cooking a lot of bread every day in big ovens is just better.

This is not an ode to capitalism or any specific economic system, socialist or communist systems can have bakers to, I guess, tho the ownership of bakeries and boss-employee relationship between them must be rethought or abolished in these cases. All I'm saying is, when thinking up a new and revolutionary economic system, one must always account for bakers.

And sure, robots could bake, maybe. But I don't think they should. Or rather, I think human-made bread and pastries should always exist, because they create variatons and originalities that are interesting. And if human-made bread becomes a luxury commodity and the common people only have access to robot bread, this'd be a tragedy, so better keep the djinni in a bottle and not let robots bake.

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What if women could move their breasts like arms and could swim like that? That would be the real breaststroke

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Was thinking this after a rough landing today

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Title really, it's the first thing everybody looks for when they download something.

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