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#193 - Whoa there ; it depends a LOT on the medication. For instance,…  [+] (1 reply) 03/08/2013 on 100% Repost. Sue me. 0
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#195 - thesuperhanz (03/08/2013) [-]
Actually you're kind of right, I'm just saying that because I got put on the right stuff and am now at a good dose
#190 - You know, psychedelics have been shown to help people overcome…  [+] (4 replies) 03/08/2013 on 100% Repost. Sue me. 0
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#196 - Sagetwentyone (03/08/2013) [-]
It doesn't help at all, i feel even more sad, the worse part is i like it, i like to be high, i get sad, but it's different, it also depends a lot, sometimes it helps me focus, sometimes it helps me sort things out in my brain, and get new ideas, which is not bad, but i feel devastated.
#198 - rotinaj (03/08/2013) [-]
Well, I hope you can overcome it some other way then. Eating tryptophan-containing foods like turkey and bananas can help keep seritonin production healthy. It probably won't do much, but it doesn't hurt to try. Not to mention how amazing bananas are anyways.
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#202 - Sagetwentyone (03/08/2013) [-]
thanks mate, that means something to me, i'm serious, sometimes i don't know if i want to get through this, you know, a lot of people want me to succeed and be happy, but i'm pretty suicidal and i have tendencies of self-harming, i sometimes i just think the world would be better of without me, but thanks for caring, i mean it
#204 - rotinaj (03/08/2013) [-]
Just keep in mind that there's always a chance of it getting better ; if you quit on life, you aren't doing anything other than getting rid of your chances at happiness one day. Have a good weekend bro.
#195 - White's the minority in America now. So probably a lot  [+] (2 replies) 03/08/2013 on White people 0
#198 - anon (03/08/2013) [-]
White people make up over 70% of the population in America, but you go right on believing that the dirty mexicans are taking over.
#200 - rotinaj (03/08/2013) [-]
Mexicans smell amazing, douchey anon.
#298 - What kind of pants is he wearing, OP?  [+] (1 reply) 03/08/2013 on Sculpture guy +5
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#301 - MrJakkadakka (03/08/2013) [-]
Dark blue chinos.
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#128 - You sound chill. Anyways, what's alice in wonderland syndrome?  [+] (7 replies) 03/08/2013 on How is your day? 0
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#140 - infinitereaper (03/08/2013) [-]
I try, lol.

Basically an instance of your senses seriously malfunctioning. Like you are unable to tell size, perhaps you feel your hands are much larger than they actually are, or something like that.

It helped me realize that as human beings we are completely reliant on our perception and senses. If one sense is tweaked even just a bit it could completely change our picture of reality. If such is true, how fragile is our picture of reality really?

We base everything on our perception, but who are we to say that perception isn't flawed. Existence itself defies logic, or rather, our logic may be incapable of truly grasping it.

If our brains just evolved on an afterthought for survival, we probably don't realize a lot of things.

Its like if superior alien beings visited the planet and thought of us as ants.

We would never even dream of the possibility that we were ants though. And I think few poeple acknowledged this really.
#184 - neutrino (03/08/2013) [-]

I would argue that our perceptions of reality are based on ideas of Euclidean spaces which we define, both academically and on a day to day basis, based on common axioms which are utterly independent of senses.
Regardless of whether we have difficulty perceiving depth or size, or whether we are blind, or have hardly any senses at all, we still understand that there is such a thing as absolute depth and size.
#188 - neutrino (03/08/2013) [-]
It is an interesting question as to whether reality defines logic or logic defines reality. Is math a human invention or discovery? An approximation, or a literal set of rules the universe obeys? If the universe is mathematical (which most in academia believe), then the fundamental truths of reality can be derived unambiguously by thought. It doesn’t matter if our thinking is somehow flawed – math and logic prove themselves. The correct solution happens to be the only one that is self-consistent.
Think of particle physics – look at all of the crazy shit we predicted because the math said it should be there. Dozens of particles started as mathematical abstractions, except when we got the technology to look and see decades later – there they were. Relativity, quantum physics, the speed of light, electricity, gravity – all things that started as an equation that later turned out to be true. Not only true, but EXACTLY as we thought they should be. Exactly what marks on a piece of paper demanded that they be.
Frankly, if the implications of this don’t keep you up at night, there may be something very wrong with you. Math is honestly a little scary, and I don’t just mean the final exam in calculus class.
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#200 - infinitereaper (03/08/2013) [-]
Math is indeed something special but I do wonder on our current limits. It's been calculated that all things in our cosmos add up to zero. Inherently that doesn't make much sense, but who knows. I for one think math will reach it's own limits. Especially with the advent of the uncertain principle and newer theoretical concepts.

All I know is that none of us are going to live long enough to really know the answers, which is saddening.
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#159 - anon (03/08/2013) [-]
Hello, not everyone can be a philosopher...it's okay. You should stop now though...while your...well damn. You're not even ahead. You are so far behind you'll never recover. I would advise you to be committed to a mental institution. You should stop thinking because you are doing it very...very..wrong.
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#172 - infinitereaper (03/08/2013) [-]
How full of yourself must you be to post something like this to a random stranger on the internet. What are you trying to prove?

I'm simplifying things a lot for the sake of idle chatter, but that is of no consequence. I'm sure you've got it all figured out, but I merely talking about awareness.
#125 - You're pretty right when you say not to take the bible literal…  [+] (1 reply) 03/08/2013 on How is your day? 0
#129 - tomthehippie (03/08/2013) [-]
It depends, the Old Testament, was written (originally) in what ever language people spoke as each book was written (and evolved with said language). The New Testament was written in a combination of Greek, the various Arab languages of the day, and Latin.

But yeah, fuck the organization of the religion. All you need is yourself and God.