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|#33 - Well hi there. [+] (1 new reply)||10/04/2015 on feeniks's profile||0|
|#15 - I want it but at the same time i don't. [+] (7 new replies)||10/04/2015 on Clever girl...||+69|
|#8 - I did not want this, but i still read it. I only have myself to blame.||09/23/2015 on Stagering||+15|
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|#47 - Master Ironbar||09/15/2015 on irritated ian||0|
|#9 - And soon he'll die lonely and forgotten like the rest of them. [+] (36 new replies)||09/15/2015 on The world's most humble...||+61|
#199 - anon (09/16/2015) [-]
he will ascend so far up to give a shit what people think about him
#87 - greyhoundfd (09/16/2015) [-]
The truth is that men like this, who do everything in their power to help their country, become historical icons. He won't die and be forgotten, his existence and the principles of his presidency will live on in the country of Uruguay as an example of how a country should be run.
#44 - drekinn (09/15/2015) [-]
The point is about individuality, when two people die in an explosion, each person died separately, their family grieves, but they can't experience their death except from the outside, death is always personal, it can't be shared. just like being born, a person is always born, twins are not the same person in two bodies but two separate people. even siamese twins have two distinct personalities. But don't get too technical with the quote, it's maybe more about something to think about rather than a logic puzzle.
#45 - micekill (09/15/2015) [-]
if a machine were made to feel another person's thoughts as if they were your own, and it was hooked up to a dying man, would the alive man experience the death of the other guy?
would he really experience it, or would he just look at it like "wow, so now this guy died"
if it were perfect tho, would the alive man actually die or keep on living brain dead
these are questions that keep me awake at night
#46 - drekinn (09/15/2015) [-]
wow, like does the brain just shut off or is there like a crazy hallucinogenic dream you go through as your brain starts slowly dying, turning thoughts into mumble. but still conceivable thoughts. what does death feel like, when you stop moving and stop talking, does anything more happen there. They say it takes about 15 minutes for your brain to be completely non rescuable without oxygen, so it takes at least 15 minutes from your body to go limp and stop breathing to your last thought escaping you. holy shit, now i can't stop thinking about this.
#48 - micekill (09/15/2015) [-]
it has been observed that the human brain goes into a sleep kind of wavelength when the person dies.
i remember also about a guy that was dead for 5-7 minutes and would talk non-stop about him going to hell and back, his hallucinations could be well explained by the brain slowly shutting off and keeping his conscience "alive" until the last moment.
also, i have no sources because i don't remember where i checked this stuff
#352 - anon (09/21/2015) [-]
For 4 minutes.
#49 - drekinn (09/15/2015) [-]
yeah i remember reading that, it makes sense since hallucinogenics simply mess with serotonin receptors in the brain, when you are deprived of oxygen, the brain probably starts doing funky things after a while. maybe mimicing the effects, or maybe it's something we can't explain yet, maybe there is something unknown to science happening.... but now we're getting into the fill in the gap logic fallacy
#51 - drekinn (09/15/2015) [-]
Imagine the video games, they will be like pre-programmed dreams that you completely remember, but the immersion is like the real thing, imagine the villainy that could take place, creating a scenario where a person is in danger and REALLY feels like she is in danger, when in reality it's just a simulation and she's just sitting at home with a helmet on or something, we're talking real inception style shit.
#142 - iwasinnam (09/16/2015) [-]
Most people don't know very many great leaders of history. In America, the ones the average person knows are usually leaders that contributed to the nation or foreign leaders that contributed to the western world as a whole, such as Washington or Augustus. I imagine if one went to the nation of Mali or possibly even another West African country, they would find more people who know of Musa and his great deeds. I believe it depends on the location a bit.
#313 - anon (09/16/2015) [-]
I don't think most Americans acknowledge that we descend from Africa, so they certainly don't care about that.
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