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#2 - djequalizee
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(04/13/2013) [-]
Theories suggest that we are the result of a collision and/or separation previous universes. Also, if this were true, we would have either A) been destroyed by the other universe, or B) Destroyed the other universe.
#16 - feffog
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(04/14/2013) [-]
Watch the movie prometheus youll have a ball
User avatar #17 to #16 - droysters
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I never understood why it confused so many people. The only thing that bothered me was the connection to the Aliens series.
User avatar #18 to #17 - feffog
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yeah i had no idea it had to do anything with aliens till the final scene i was like "that looks like a ******* massive face humper" and after the ending i was like "THAT TOTALLY WAS A FACE HUMPER"
User avatar #20 to #18 - droysters
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But, when I saw it, I immediately realized that I have seen too much hentai.

Don't judge me.
User avatar #21 to #20 - feffog
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all we can hope is there will be a Prometheus 2 which involves "paradise"
User avatar #26 to #21 - yellowcardraiden
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I actually thought the movie was good, even though it had MANY plot holes, but a lot of the make-up stuff was quite amazing.
User avatar #39 to #26 - feffog
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the movie was fantastic in its own entirety i loved it
User avatar #40 to #39 - yellowcardraiden
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Yeah, I thought it was awesome, but it had many plot holes and stupid moments (when they are running away from the ship rotating) but I still enjoy it.
User avatar #23 to #16 - feffog
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WARNING THE FALLOWING CONVERSATION HAS SPOILERS REGARDING PROMETHEUS

READ AT YOUR OWN DISCRETION
#25 - psykojet
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Just imagine, in some universe, your last Civ V game actually happened.
User avatar #27 to #25 - angelmatvey
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So the Germans were killed by barbarians and the Greeks owned half of the world by the classical era? Damn.
User avatar #36 to #25 - fuckrolls
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Nuked everything...****
User avatar #41 to #25 - pioneermhm
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Sorry Japan.....
User avatar #11 - tammus
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There's a Matrix-like theory that we are in a simulation ran by humans, and there is no telling where in the chain of simulations we are, as the simulations would create simulations upon themselves.
User avatar #12 to #11 - ColorfulPenguin
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Nah, that's not possible. That's because a computer can't be infinitely powerful, there is a limited amount of space and materials in the universe, and each basic component must have a certain size and distance to other components. Somewhere along the chain of simulations, the first machine would begin lacking the calcilative power needed to simulate all that. Plus, someone might try simulating more universes, causing an expansive chain of simulation.
User avatar #24 to #12 - heartlessrobot
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Unless that's only impossible in this simulation. Sims can't walk over books, we ca't make an infinite computer, maybe our limitations are ours alone.
User avatar #38 to #24 - hugsta
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If that was true then we'd have some other arbitrary conditions set, like a minimum temperature, or a maximum speed, or...a smallest observable distance...or...Oh God no.
#14 to #12 - anon id: c25cfd7d
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everything can be infinitely powerful. if there is infinite time.
#22 to #14 - keyoke
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As the universe is finite, computer power cannot be infinite (bits need to be stored physically). Thus we can calculate the biggest possible computer memory. This would be sum of all spin states, of all particles in the universe. However high this number is (and it is ******* huge), it is finite, placing a hardcap on the numbers of recursive universes.
User avatar #13 to #12 - alalalalal
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What if one of the simulations is a computer that has unlimited power?
User avatar #33 - karson
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I was gonna mention the urey-miller experiment because for some reason I thought you were talking about how life began then realized you were talking about trying to recreate the big bang...
well anyways I've always wanted to recreate the urey-miller experiment but I feel like I'd be in way over my head. I feel like a smart enough student could kick ass in science fairs or some **** if they recreated it.
#29 - HordeyWordey
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We live in the third dimension, yes?   
What if we're being observed by beings in the fourth dimension?
We live in the third dimension, yes?
What if we're being observed by beings in the fourth dimension?
#30 to #29 - darkjack
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4th dimension is time, dimensions 5 through 11 are alternate, by string theory ofc.
User avatar #31 to #29 - anonymousattorney
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What, like God or something?
User avatar #32 to #31 - anonymousattorney
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Well, rather, what people perceived to be gods, but were actually just some beings on some higher-up dimension of reality, which occasionally manifested themselves in our world in a way that we could understand, or pulled a select few (prophets or what have you) up into their dimensional plane to look down upon the Universe, and, since it'd be something that no human could possibly explain (we can't even explain what a 4th-dimensional object would truly look like), they'd try and explain it in a way that made sense to them...essentially, religious texts (think Revelations in The Bible, or some other myths and tales from other religions and such).
#28 - Fwimble
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#19 - anon id: 48370e7e
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most people.
#15 - restfullwicked
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kinda like from Horton hears a who? that would be cool i suppose, a whoniverse if you will.
User avatar #9 - Lambda
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It's a distinct possibility.
Hell, after watching Waking Life, I'm not sure what to make of the universe anymore...
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