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Delayed sleep phase disorder and short wavelength blue light. by Whitey Clickleshit - Fri, 11 Mar 2016 20:18:01 EST ID:39LWPhmg No.205288 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm starting a sociology paper and have been scouring journals, pubpsych and google scholar for studies of short wavelength blue light and it's specific link to Facebook, chrome and Twitter which all blue as their main/default color scheme and it's effects on sleep delay.

Thus far I have a few studies showing that blue/whit light suppress melotonan production in the pineal gland but haven't found any studies linking this specifically to social media use.

Anybody got any leads? From one social scientist to another, cheers yo.
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David Pickleville - Sat, 12 Mar 2016 17:02:49 EST ID:YpLHpbcC No.205294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
check out "f.lux"
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Phineas Ponderman - Sat, 12 Mar 2016 20:27:24 EST ID:UKBiFh+z No.205295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205294
Much appreciated.


Bless by Doris Cittingwell - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 19:10:29 EST ID:SvONg1DG No.205086 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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"Bless" and "fortunate" are concepts that depend on there being a force that benefits us in some way. The same thing for the concept "lucky."



Is there any way that being blessed or fortunate can be used in a scientific sense without appearing absurd that an outside force (god, karma, luck) can have any influence in our lives?

Are these concepts false that only look real because we envy other people and are proud of ourselves, which leads to people thinking they or others are blessed or fortunate?
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Priscilla Pubblemin - Fri, 19 Feb 2016 23:05:17 EST ID:t7Yo36mc No.205098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
When I hear it I always think it comes coded with the subtext consider yourself lucky like you deserved less or we could have killed you or you got away with it.

The last one is the most appreciated in my opinion.
It always sounds like it's about understanding it could all be taken away from you at any second.
So it doesn't sound like it's saying you got the benifit it sounds like saying "you were spared."
Because the order or force that was cruel didn't hit you.
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Phyllis Chossleman - Tue, 08 Mar 2016 10:38:12 EST ID:k5mSodoT No.205225 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205090

Not really. When we say "he was lucky," that means that circumstances beyond his control lead to his success.
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Graham Brangerbury - Wed, 09 Mar 2016 21:17:49 EST ID:fm1S8rNj No.205256 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205225
>that means that circumstances beyond his control lead to his success.

It's a statement that addresses the nature of those circumstances. When you say that someone has luck on their side, it's given as a reason for things going their way. In order to objectify it like that, 'luck' has to act as an impetus, otherwise it's pure nonsense. It has to have an effect on the physical realm, even if you don't completely understand it. There are lots of forces in this world that we don't completely understand. But why say anything at all, if there's no reason for it?
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Priscilla Shakewill - Thu, 10 Mar 2016 03:40:50 EST ID:/3eoXSbg No.205259 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205256

What the poster you're answering to is saying isn't that luck is a force of its own, rather it's a blanket term for all those fortunate stochastic circumstances nobody has full control over nor full comprehension of. Say a dude wins the lottery and finds a lost diamond ring on the same day, he's lucky because that event is both very fortunate and very rare.
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Samuel Fishgold - Thu, 10 Mar 2016 10:14:00 EST ID:54PBc7Id No.205269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There is no thing as good or bad luck. If one man never succeeds and another always succeeds, you'd call the second guy lucky, but what if the second guy is always unhappy while the first guy is always happy and dies happy? Then who's lucky?
It''s entirely subjective, and I guess it's the luck of the draw as to whether or not you feel your circumstance, whatever it may be, is lucky or unlucky. Like, I have a horrible disease that will deteriorate me to an extent for the rest of my life, yet I feel blessed by this disease because it's opened my eyes to so much and given me so much wisdom through pain and suffering that I can't call it unlucky to have. Truly, luck is a human invention.


Political Science by David Gollylire - Thu, 10 Mar 2016 06:10:33 EST ID:FSAozKjO No.205260 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I think this is the most appropriate place to post this, since I want to talk about political science as a discipline and not watch people fling shit at each other over their political disagreements. Has anyone majored in it/taken courses in it/studied it? What exactly is involved? What sort of temperament is necessary to excel at it and enjoy majoring in it? Politics is definitely a passion of mine and I like to think I'm somewhat intelligent and well-informed and good at learning/processing information, but I'm curious what you all have to say about it.
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Edwin Fillerpene - Thu, 10 Mar 2016 07:23:56 EST ID:m9W9dgRZ No.205264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>205263
THE ENDS JUSTIFY THE MEANS, NIGNOG!!!!
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David Gollylire - Thu, 10 Mar 2016 08:04:24 EST ID:FSAozKjO No.205265 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205264

more like macchiasmelly
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John Nublingfore - Thu, 10 Mar 2016 09:05:37 EST ID:ojyyQ1Qc No.205266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205264
Didn't that dude go back one everything he ever said in The Prince by the end of his life?
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Samuel Fishgold - Thu, 10 Mar 2016 10:11:43 EST ID:54PBc7Id No.205268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP, I love politics, and I think a poly-sci major would go well for you if you choose a university prized for poly-sci work, but mind you, a lot of poly-sci has been overrun by the liberals so be careful where you apply. But if you really wanna know a lot about politics, start reading tons of different news sources. You wanna know about international politics? Read news papers from all over the world, see what they have to say. I do it a lot and it leads me to tons of new information that is never spoken of in the USA.
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Shit Hammlestadging - Fri, 11 Mar 2016 04:08:01 EST ID:t6MSIlrw No.205277 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What kind of jobs can you even get with a poly-sci degree? First learning a solid foundation from school might be a good idea, maybe a few community college courses will suffice. For self-learning I'm not sure where a good beginning point would be, I jumped in by buying a cheap copy of The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism by Max Weber from some thriftstore and was completely lost. Referencing a world history book helped but the most difficulty were the terms used and their meaning. It would be cool to have a mentor or something to consult for difficult parts, i.e. a teacher, but I can't afford that shit.

I think current events are seperate from political philosophy. Definitely a good idea to have many different sources, some are Deutsche Welle, New York Times, Drudge Report (yeah yeah), Democracy Now, Al Jazeera, France 24, The Intercept, The Final Straw...

I'd also recommend checking out Academia for access to many essays on a myriad of topics.

It'd be cool to delve into a specific book, preferably a classic, and dissect it on here, line by line, with the understanding we're probably wrong, hah.


sissyphusredeemed by Rebecca Shittingfuck - Tue, 01 Mar 2016 08:49:46 EST ID:wWbT9jun No.205168 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Faggy Wullerbeck - Thu, 03 Mar 2016 02:23:27 EST ID:wWbT9jun No.205186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205181
>Fuck Apathy
well, wow, what a strawman to start on. SR is not, as far as i know, apathetic to climate change, he is however on the question 'does God exist?'. He coined the term apatheism, mirroring 'atheism', to say it doesn't matter one way or the other. He goes on to say that whether there is a god or not matters to no one, a militant apatheist position. watch these vids for that topic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khPM9D76vHA

> boring
well i'm sorry, would an action thriller be more interesting to you? I wasn't thinking that someone would get a thrill out of a video of a man talking into a webcam but i found this video interesting because SR destroys a hack like Molyneux and mainly by employing knowledge and skill of philosophy. That is what you get an education in philosophy for and what distinguishes professionals from hacks.
But maybe, TX Dog you are more likely to agree with Molyneux as you both seem to think philosophy is boring, and maybe you simply cannot appreciate education.

The fools thread got hate because it was nonsense, there was nothing of value there, even when the incomprehensible writing was deciphered, and it took up alot of space. However, if you want here is a vid by SR on the determinism and freewill, topics which the Fool was (/claimed to be) talking about, and explained much clearer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sWHd3b8Y68. There is also a longer lecture.

and no, we cant call spielberg and kanye philosophers unless the word philosopher itself is completely void and without meaning
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Eugene Himmerdale - Thu, 03 Mar 2016 06:08:55 EST ID:7sJ/68Ak No.205187 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I came across this guy a few days ago myself, funnily enough when I was digging up dirt on Molyneux. He's intelligent and well-spoken. I haven't had a chance to check out the rest of his channel yet, but this thread made me take another look and I found this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8V8rtdXnLA

Really fascinating lecture about the pessimistic induction, and how wrong just about everything people have ever believed is, and how wrong we probably are about a lot of things.

I'm really not that interested in the whole dead horse theism debate but there's a lot of good stuff on his channel that warrants a closer look. It also seems like he doesn't take himself deathly seriously which is nice. Too bad he hasn't uploaded anything in almost a year.
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Fucking Dusslewat - Mon, 07 Mar 2016 07:59:38 EST ID:/3eoXSbg No.205208 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205187

I liked his series on logical positivism. He explained it way better than my old professors at the university.
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Sidney Wunkinbatch - Wed, 09 Mar 2016 18:28:09 EST ID:m9W9dgRZ No.205250 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205187
did you post on /pol/?? because that's where someone had posted some shit about molyneux through which I found SR.
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David Gollylire - Wed, 09 Mar 2016 19:14:06 EST ID:FSAozKjO No.205253 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205250

Yeah, that was me.


Lords of the internet by Doris Bardstock - Tue, 08 Mar 2016 21:45:56 EST ID:vkZECChg No.205237 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys, i was recently reading a book that talked about new sexual and romantic relationships, the novelty of them and other stuff. Not really the point
I'm looking for literature that extrapolates on the nature of friendships? what makes them, and what a friend should be?
Any texts would be good so long as its on a similar subject, thank you Internet Lords, 420chan is my Alexandria
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Shit Hammlestadging - Fri, 11 Mar 2016 05:03:27 EST ID:t6MSIlrw No.205278 Ignore Report Quick Reply
An early modern Japanese work Kokoro by Natsume Soseki sorta fits set during the country's transition into modernity.


Human Automotons by John Fuvinggold - Sat, 06 Feb 2016 05:36:57 EST ID:cBSfaIhF No.205024 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A man doffs his hat to you, and with a bow he says, "How do you do? I'm a person. I'm alive, I'm sensible, I talk, I have feelings."

"But," you wonder, "Do you really? Or are you just an automaton?" You've got to admit: the man seems more like a machine than he is a living organism.

"Am I real, or am I just an automaton?" you wonder.

We're living beings, we're very sensitive, and inside the human skin, by an extraordinary fluke of nature there has arisen something called "reason," and there have also arisen values such as love. This was a fluke, however. In other words, you won't find anything really intelligent outside human skins, and if that is so, then the only thing people can do to maintain reason and love in this universe is to fight nature. To beat the external world into submission of the human will.

Each person feels themselves as a globule of consciousness or mind, living inside a vehicle called "my body". Since the world outside that body is stupid, we feel estranged from the world. We consider the basic image of ourselves as a soul, or an ego, or a mind, all by itself in its little house looking out at a world that is strange and is not "me". When we find out how enormous the universe really is, and that we live on a little planet in a solar system on the edge of a galaxy, which is a minor galaxy, it makes us feel extremely unimportant, and rather lonely.

We would like to believe that it's more than that. If we could only still believe that that there is an intelligent and eternal god, in whose eyes we are important, and who has the power to enable us to live forever. That would be very nice, but it's an extraordinarily difficult thing to believe.
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TX Dog - Wed, 02 Mar 2016 18:40:34 EST ID:hGyuk28u No.205184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Interesting Post, OP. But we CAN maintain reason AND coexist with nature, by coalescing our technology with it. fuck all that deterministic shit, its a straight cop out, if you believe it, it will come, we are in control of this planet thisplanet.tv

All those, "not me's" help us to grow, no? Dont feel lonely.....Remember, there have been 5 ice ages,this is the earth 6.0, and each one restores the earth. We survived the last one, cause we were furry monkeys, we might survive the next one if we can decrease the severity of it. And all that new oil that gets created will power the next race of humans in the earth 7.0, maybe THEY will find a way to supercharge it and finally invent space travel....or maybe theyll be a buncha dopes too....who knows?

Well, I dont know if theres a God, but i like to believe there is...that why the concept exists, maybe, a way to keep ourselves in check.... But evolution is real, and you can say a christian told you....I used to be an atheist, and thought the whole bible was a lie, but as a read it, im starting to separate fact from fiction, where the fables of the elders begin and the true events are documented. Liek Daniel was the first Vegan who predicted Global Warming. Its all interwoven....the fact is----WAIT!.........*sniff sniff* Do yall smell that?!!
*sniff sniifff snfiif snfii sniff snfif woahh.....what an interesting- do yall...? holy shit it smells goooood......! *sniff sniff snfiif snfsii what is that....?!
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TX Dog - Wed, 02 Mar 2016 18:43:07 EST ID:hGyuk28u No.205185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Kocoayello !jxaL03vL/Q - Thu, 03 Mar 2016 10:35:02 EST ID:gvdNptq8 No.205188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205157
Proving qualia exists elsewhgere besides yourself is easy: Just think of someone who you can't agree with at all, in any regard. They cannot be a projection of a "solipsistic self" since you would see yourself in your own "imagined, constructed" persons, since you are the Solipsist, so they have to have their own qualia.

Philosophical Zombies aren't a difficult hurdle, they make more philosophers zombie-like in their ideas but, I have an easy way to prove that philosophical zombies don't exist and solipsism is a bunk thought experiment:

Just tell your girlfriend during face to face coitus that she doesn't exist and is only a figment of your imagination and see how much longer she sticks around to do what you want.

Solipsism is just stupid and lazy, a thought experiment for people who are nihilists and those that don't like interactions with others.
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Reuben Blennerfud - Tue, 08 Mar 2016 09:58:27 EST ID:54PBc7Id No.205223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205188
Well Koco, with all due respect I can't agree. I mean, how can you prove qualia? How can you prove that I am experiencing this moment in time and that I'm not just a biological machine going along with the motions? You're just assuming that solipsism means that everyone else is a projection, but really all solipsism is about is pointing out that you can't experience what someone else is experiencing, which means you can't even prove that they're experiencing anything. Idk, it's kind of a complicated topic and I feel like I may not be describing it well. Like, take the word 'soul' for instance. I think the word 'soul' is the predecessor to qualia, an idea that there is something within a person or within other living things that experiences and then transcends after death. Idk, are you familiar with Monadology? The idea of free agents that experience?

Lol what was that thought experiment? Philosophical Zombies isn't the concept that other people are figments of your imagination, it's the concept that a human being may not experience qualia. Like, I'm a human being, I know I experience qualia, but can I experience any other being's qualia? No. And that's why solipsism and philosophical zombies are legitimate ideas. Are there any real philosophical zombies? It's entirely impossible to answer that question without experiencing the qualia of every other human on the planet just to make sure they have it. Even if just one human is walking around without qualia, like a biological machine, then the idea is true.

I just don't think you have an actual disproof of solipsism. I think your thought experiments fall short and have holes in them. Like it feels like you're making assumptions instead of using scientific data to form your idea surrounding solipsism.
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Faggy Smallfield - Thu, 17 Mar 2016 01:02:35 EST ID:doHTA8Xk No.205378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205156
are we not already in flatland then? to be sure, your conscious experiences only consist of a "moving forward" and a "looking back" which at each passing moment, intermingling with the other, creates the illusion of free will. The past is always the past and the choices of the future will always arrive but momentarily.


Feminism General by Matilda Pinkingold - Tue, 29 Sep 2015 13:53:03 EST ID:62NzWXBw No.203265 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The last thread is at its limits, but feminist butthurt is exquisite.
Why is this good thing again?
Why do feminists treat it like dogma and act as though it cannot possibly be propaganda that is above critical observation?

Fact: There are not enough women with an IQ exceeding 120 to adequately occupy the roles men fill in the workplace and fufill those duties properly.
Fact: Women in the workplace has made them miserable, turned them into wage slaves, suppressed wages by effectively doubling supply of worker in addition to increasing tax base
Fact: As consequence, women do not have sufficient time to child reari, and have to outsource it to the service industry, creating new trillion dollar taxed industries
Fact: Intelligence Agencies has a long history of infiltrating countercultural movements and steering them to serve their interests and feminism is no exception
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Oliver Gorrymuck - Tue, 08 Mar 2016 16:01:22 EST ID:GtAAp4RM No.205231 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>203265
Go to the outside, take an ice cream, smoke some weed, read something nice, re watch GoT.

Fuck, this fucking gators/MRA/PUA's are WORST than feminism...they are the ones who censorship everyone.
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SocialJusticeWarlord !VMsqHq/yYg - Tue, 08 Mar 2016 23:36:20 EST ID:/MlRKSKH No.205238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205221
>National Review Online
>Up-to-the-minute conservative commentary on politics, news, and culture

This is a conservative web magazine that's associated with pseudoscience like DDT denial. It is not any kind of peer-reviewed or accredited source. Secondly, it doesn't refute anything I said.

>Readers could easily interpret the above paragraph to mean that when a woman files a complaint about sexual assault, then an assault did in fact occur over 90 percent of the time. That interpretation is wrong.

First of all, I didn't even cite the University of Columbia report, and my source was focused on a federal level, not just campuses. Secondly, my contention did not state the above misinterpretation, it was an estimate of the number of actual rapes that go unreported to law enforcement based on things like medical information, police reports and surveys. I never said that every rape accusation which doesn't lead to a conviction and isn't proven to be a false conviction is true, I even specifically mentioned felony convictions as opposed to misdemeanors.

>>205219

I hope you're being sarcastic.

>I bet you Darwinists can't prove evolution without referring to the fossil record, comparative anatomy, artificial selection, DNA sequencing, vestigial organs or divergent populations.
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Hamilton Pockwater - Wed, 09 Mar 2016 08:12:37 EST ID:54PBc7Id No.205242 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205238
I can clearly see you're upset by what people have to say on this board. You could always just shut up and go back to Tumblr with your fanaticism.

nb
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Fuck Nenningman - Wed, 09 Mar 2016 21:23:21 EST ID:iAquTtgI No.205257 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If false rape accusations aren't rampant then why do so many MRAs, MGTOWs and other highly rational males avoid females IRL at all cost?

Literally no other explanation.
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Samuel Fishgold - Thu, 10 Mar 2016 10:09:11 EST ID:54PBc7Id No.205267 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205257
>If false rape accusations aren't rampant then why do so many MRAs, MGTOWs and other highly rational males avoid females IRL at all cost?
I don't think those people avoid women IRL, I think they're just extremely pissed off that the media and liberal society at large pretend that false rape accusations aren't a big deal because they'd rather support every woman that claims to be raped than support the basic rights of men. Like, no joke, I see all these feminists passing around a picture depicting like 1000 'rapists' and how only a handful go to court and then even a smaller handful get imprisoned and then like 2 of the 1000 are 'fake' rape reports. I'd like to point out from a philosopher's standpoint that there is no actual consensus on how many rape reports are fake because the only ones counted as fake are the ones proven as fake, so every single other instance has the serious possibility of being fake, but feminists would never admit that some women lie about being raped because it looks bad on their part, but the reality is that the Courts saw this coming hundreds of years ago and instated an innocent until proven guilty norm to avoid false imprisonment at all costs.


The Dino Unbeliver by Hedda Biffingwater - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 21:46:21 EST ID:qCFL3x7b No.205044 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I also am 420 JENK ADDICTED The Dino War, also known as the Dino Wars (after the recent War on Dino), is an ongoing global war that has lasted from 2014 to the present, though related conflicts began earlier. It involved the vast majority of the world's nations—including all of the great powers—eventually forming two opposing military alliances: the Belivers and the UnBelivers. It was the most widespread war in internet history, and directly involved more than 100 million people from over 30 countries. In a state of "total war", the major participants threw their entire alchoholic, industrial, babble and scientific capabilities behind thier war effort, erasing the distinction between unuseful and useful resources. Marked by mass deaths of civilians, including the non beligerent powers and the strategic clogging of whole web sites (during which approximately one million people were killed, including the use of weapons of mass confusion) it resulted in an estimated 50 million to 85 million fatalities. These made The Dino War the deadliest conflict in human history.[4]
The Empire of Unbelivers aimed to dominate /Dino/ /B/ /420/ /Sports/ /Jenk/ /Hooch/ /H/ and /Weed/ and was already at war with /Chem/ in 2013 but the war is generally said to have begun on 13 Febuary 2014 with the invasion of Dino by Scientologists and subsequent declarations of war on Dino by the allies powers of the UnBelivers. From late 2013 to early 2015, in a series of campaigns and treaties, the UnBelivers conquered or controlled much of continental 420chan, and formed the Eternal Alliance with Hooch and Sports. Following the Liturgian Pact Hooch and the 420 partitioned and annexed over 15 boards of their imediate neighbours, including Jenk, Del, Dis, M, and Hist. Dino was the only Allied forces continuing the fight against the UnBelivers, with campaigns in Jenk as well as Hooch as well as the long-running war in IRC. In June 2014, the UnBeliver alliance of The Earth launched a massive invasion of Dino opening the largest land theatre of war in history, which trapped the major part of the UnBelivers military forces into a War of Attrition. In October 2014, Sports attacked /B/ and Dino youtube videos in the colorado serves, and q…
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Jack Dandleworth - Thu, 11 Feb 2016 13:32:56 EST ID:leZP6eTF No.205058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You have my sympy
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Ernest Pittshaw - Sun, 28 Feb 2016 01:06:28 EST ID:g4Mk1c0l No.205140 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205044
what?
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Nathaniel Wishshit - Sun, 28 Feb 2016 01:29:04 EST ID:7sJ/68Ak No.205141 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205140

Why the fuck did you bump this?
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Betsy Bocklefoot - Sun, 28 Feb 2016 20:29:38 EST ID:ojaHPOuC No.205152 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205141
why did you? nb
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Jack Bonderwill - Mon, 29 Feb 2016 00:06:48 EST ID:7sJ/68Ak No.205155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205152

I didn't; it was at the top of the page.


Precognitive dream by Esther Crigglewill - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 00:19:11 EST ID:ZNob/F5/ No.205084 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I recognized (deja vu, but then immediately remembering the dream vividly) that I had an exact precognitive dream of me doing some certain things within a timespan of around 10 seconds. The dream was 2-3 weeks before.

What does this mean for philosophy/science?
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Priscilla Horrykad - Tue, 16 Feb 2016 00:40:28 EST ID:TAvy0lYl No.205088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205084
probably nothing?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D%C3%A9j%C3%A0_vu#Explanations
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Jack Gupperstock - Tue, 16 Feb 2016 23:00:24 EST ID:ZNob/F5/ No.205091 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205088
*tips fedora*
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Thomas Buckleforth - Sat, 27 Feb 2016 17:42:50 EST ID:OecPaKWi No.205136 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205091
*adjusts trilby*
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Lillian Decklewell - Sun, 28 Feb 2016 02:36:11 EST ID:AMrgzVmy No.205145 Ignore Report Quick Reply
that we are captaining a ship of choice through time, steered by the constructions of a biological computer


why should marijuana be industrialized? by kris - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 01:27:34 EST ID:mr8ua9v+ No.202812 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I know little about this subject but would like to learn more. I think the commodification of cannabis, seeing as how it's literally a weed, is pretty fucked up and it should be freely available to all (for its medicinal benefits and low-risk recreational use).

Please let me know your thoughts and disagreements. Thank you!

>A former Microsoft executive is planning to create a marijuana enterprise that he hopes will dominate the legal cannabis industry... much like Starbucks dominates the coffee industry.

>The businessman worked at Microsoft for six years until 2009, but now believes that the pot industry will join the ranks of the world’s largest corporations.

https://www.rt.com/usa/microsoft-manager-shively-marijuana-brand-093/
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Cornelius Fommercocke - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 19:19:56 EST ID:1iJ/Y3fp No.205055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205054
There's trolling and butthurt, but there are occasionally serious discussions. Try it out.
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Martha Pillerkure - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 12:23:09 EST ID:vESNchwV No.205066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>202812
Let them tr to dominate the industry, who gives a shit? it grows about everywhere on this planet and a growcloset is easy as fuck. I'm pretty good with plants and working with them is my passion, i'd even love to start a counter-seed company for free and good genetics

>seeing as how it's literally a weed, is pretty fucked up and it should be freely available to all (for its medicinal benefits and low-risk recreational use).
This should be with every plant the case.

Fuck rich assholes who try to own plants, fuck them hard in the ass all of them.

>pic , i love these guys and their seeds
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Polly Dasslelock - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 12:32:31 EST ID:54PBc7Id No.205068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205055
Lol dude /pol/ is 100% butthurt but at the same time I will admit that sometimes, actually pretty often, people come into fights with serious links and evidence, shedding light onto new things. /pol/ is definitely more professional than /pss/, because they do usually use links in /pol/ where as here nobody wants to post sources for anything, which is a bad thing.
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TX Dog - Mon, 22 Feb 2016 19:16:11 EST ID:hGyuk28u No.205110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hmmm...nuthin, guys? Ive been gone for a couple of weeks and was fearing missing out on a good discussion, but alaS, no fucks given on this one, apparently....
>Fuck rich assholes who try to own plants, fuck them hard in the ass all of them.
AGREED, FRIEND X10!
Well, I will say this, I think the Texas Reggie Market will rise again, many benefits to be reaped in the coming months..... woo!
*click* *bubble bubble bubble* *whew* yup....... :)
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Oliver Crovingshit - Sat, 05 Mar 2016 08:22:28 EST ID:loX9z3IE No.205193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>202819

You can literally gorw it in a potplant with little to no effort.

That being said the more effort the stronger the weed, but thats how theyre gonna getcha, gonna get you hooked on super dooper high thc weed so when you grow your own you dont bother so you remain a good consumer.

Seriously, i planted 2 seeds in a bush during the right season and just went back every now and then to keep and eye on it and i got a pound of decent weed, i called it bubba kush purp dragon throne because i know how you americans love your brand names.


The shepherd tends his flock because he, too, is hungry by Priscilla Crirrydetch - Sun, 07 Feb 2016 03:08:54 EST ID:M2bcxwEP No.205037 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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But he too, would forget his own nature. Casting about and finding naught but himself, he sought to return man not to God, but to himself. Such a thing is not possible, after all man is a deathless being and will inevitably return to God.

However, man is apt to be distracted...
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Isabella Sobberwater - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 22:20:21 EST ID:CRXjpaVf No.205077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205037
at least there's hope :)
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Graham Puzzleson - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 02:57:53 EST ID:FM6grCjU No.205078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205071
I thought Dino was a botnet after the unbeliever was thrown into the mike Tysons internet hell.

>I remember dino back then its was literally Jenk # 2... no joke
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Hedda Bammleworth - Thu, 18 Feb 2016 03:25:01 EST ID:M2bcxwEP No.205093 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What the fuck are you guys on about?
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Albert Nickleshit - Thu, 18 Feb 2016 09:25:20 EST ID:54PBc7Id No.205094 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205093
Dude idk, but /pss/ has been fuckin boring lately. Nobody talks about anything and a handful of people won't shut the fuck up about dinosaurs in like every thread.
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Bombastus !lnkYxlAbaw!!7zlcjO/U - Thu, 18 Feb 2016 20:16:19 EST ID:gm9dPrV5 No.205095 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205094
Then start one. There are two options when a board gets boring:
  1. Start some conversation
  2. Leave

I did the second option.


Reality by George Dravinghood - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 18:52:50 EST ID:CApodD9S No.204783 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What is "Real"? What is "Illusion" or "Delusion"?

How does one live life with the absurd understanding that we will live and die never truly knowing one way or the other, and who is right or wrong?
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Priscilla Crirrydetch - Sun, 07 Feb 2016 03:45:36 EST ID:M2bcxwEP No.205038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>204974
You present a very interesting idea of anarchy. To live "without rulers, not without rules."

One wonders if people truly have an inherent sense of morality. For all of the selfish and corrupt behaviors that people exhibit on a daily basis, often those same people are driven to incredible acts of goodwill in times of crisis. As though incredible stress can break through our externally enforced morality and tap into an inherent desire to do good. Without deeper understanding, people may quickly revert to their usual, comfortable modes of thinking. Someone who has lost the beliefs that ruled their lives would doubtless be disoriented and unable to fathom an internal system of morality.

Perhaps I should spend more time thinking about the morals that have been impressed upon me, and of those which lie buried underneath.
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Cyril Cruffingstid - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 03:42:06 EST ID:6Hcvcu4y No.205065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>205021
So you're saying you're the Dino dude?!!!! Holy prancing pony on a pogo shit!!!
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Jack Fanstock - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 03:04:27 EST ID:xWdZfKYd No.205079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>204974
the thing is none of those things resulting in making you unlost.

You aren't hoping to find your old god, and realizing it's chaotic gives you no way to navigate anything.

Assuming that life is chaotic and isn't ruled by the control or order you had, doesn't remove the consequences that achieved the apparent order you have lost grasp of.(So as not to come to the conclusion there is no order or not.)

You still will be surrounded by the illusionairy world you believe isn't there. And will now appear disconnected and be treated with hostility. The same way any person is who seems to be lost on a highway or not turning on a traffic light the same time everybody else does.

That's how you will be treated. Go ahead and come up with an answer for that before you go around cheating the idea that one's beliefs should be let go of.

That's the only thing keeping you sane, safe, and happy.

The truth of anything is always hoped, and hope is always dependent on will.
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John Lightridge - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 11:20:58 EST ID:PMR6/8EW No.205081 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>How does one live life with the absurd understanding that we will live and die never truly knowing one way or the other, and who is right or wrong?

Because the reality is so mind bogglingly complex that things like good and evil, right and wrong, seem immediately egotistical and having only to do with YOUR own personal concern with YOUR own personal life. Which, that kind of concern itself seems a bit absurd in itself. You dont have to know WHY it's wrong to kill a child, for no reason. There is an inbred mechanism in most people that just tell them it's wrong. Like jacking off into your own mouth, or eating your own poo. It's the same mechanism at work. Now whether or not these intuitions connect with some higher metaphysical plane is another question entirely, which might grant them some higher or different degree of legitimacy. But as it stands, we seem to be thrust primarily in some shared, large, physical reality, and when these mechanisms of avoidance become perturbed, that's when people do fucked up shit, so just concern yourself with maintaining your own purity of self, and you should be set. That's all you can really do.
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Nell Femblenene - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 13:36:09 EST ID:Vl9Bj1se No.205082 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>204783
> What is "Real"?
Any description of reality is incomplete, outdated, and taken out of context.

> How does one live life with the absurd understanding that we will live and die never truly knowing one way or the other, and who is right or wrong?
You get over it and accept that knowledge, though imperfect, can still be useful.


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