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  2. I'm starting to think you're trolling.. I'm pretty sure. Pretty sure.
  3. sci-nerd

    Many worlds hypothesis disproven

    You are wrong about my motive. I am exited about the evidence. I am exited about removing an option from the table. I am exited about getting closer to the truth about our universe. A am not exited about a failed hypothesis.
  4. Que the Illuminati song:
  5. danydandan

    Many worlds hypothesis disproven

    I agree, the MWI is a great way to explain probabilities in 'real' terms so people can understand in my opinion. But it's purely mathematical in nature. If you want to simplify it, it's like you trying to decide what's for dinner. You have Curry, Steak and Soup in the fridge. In your mind you have eight possible outcomes. No dinner, one of each option, two of each option and then all three. During this decision process you don't magically discombobulate into do eight realities. At the end of the day if I pick Curry. There isn't seven other me's eating all the other options. In different universe's. Like I said it's simply a mathematical way of explaining the interpretation. In my opinion.
  6. "A footman who allegedly killed himself at Highclere Castle – the home of Downton Abbey – once haunted its corridors, its owner has claimed. "Lady Fiona Carnarvon, who currently lives at the Castle, recalled a time she spotted a man wearing a neck tie or cravat and dark clothes while a photographer took pictures for one of her books in the basement with her then three-year-old son Edward who was driving a toy car. "“I turned and saw a man coming towards us out of the gloom,” she told RadioTimes.com. “He seemed slightly undefined." Full revelation at the UK Radio Times: https://www.radiotimes.com/news/film/2019-09-18/downton-abbey-highclere-castle-ghost/ And Gloucestershire Live: https://www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk/news/uk-world-news/downton-abbey-haunted-ghost-footman-3312066
  7. Scholar4Truth

    Dead bodies move while decomposing

  8. hetrodoxly

    Mistakes in Quran?

    But if your a really good Muslim you can watch the people in hell being tortured and according to Mohammed hell is full of women.
  9. RabidMongoose

    Many worlds hypothesis disproven

    You are wrong. And trying to distort to support what you want to believe. Your personal dislike of MWI needs to be kept separate so you can be objective about the state of the science.
  10. Scholar4Truth

    Dead bodies move while decomposing

  11. sci-nerd

    Many worlds hypothesis disproven

    No, it's an almost - if not fully - disproven hypothesis. Theories have multiple strong evidences to support them. The MWI had only duality. Now it barely has that.
  12. Still Waters

    Word Association from the Last Letter

    home -> eviction
  13. LoL....ok, bad example? I was trying to make the point that belief needn't necessarily be linked to emotion . (as you inferred earlier?). Let's see....how about... "I believe wood screws generally hold better than nails." There....a completely emotionless belief. ?? Not an exceptionally important point I suppose , I just find ideas interesting.
  14. RabidMongoose

    Carl Jung Shadow Integration + Reality Glitch

    I`m interested in that, I have had something even odder than that happen lol. Like I sucked into the present a bit of the future.
  15. Scholar4Truth

    Giant panda dies suddenly at Thai zoo

    Pandas tend to live between 14-20 years. Given he was 19 he probably died of old age and natural causes.
  16. Still Waters

    Preceding 1st + Last letters come in New Word

    Macpherson -> amniotic
  17. I'm curious to know how Greenland managed to "hop over" the MAR. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mid-Atlantic_Ridge
  18. Noteverythingisaconspiracy

    Plato´s Atlantis was in a River Delta

    Obviously. You can't mince without feet.
  19. Scholar4Truth

    SpongeBob Cast remake scenes in real life

    They should do one for the Krusty Krab Pizza song!
  20. I like your business ideas there, and sharing what you did explains your role in your current position more clearly. You are already in a position to be seen as intimidating and you are just fully taking advantage. Lol Any manager worth their salt won’t work for low wages, that alone is a red flag. Interesting scenario you’re in for sure. Wish I could help more with your time freeze. Only thing I’ve experienced similar is living a day twice, quite literally. Similar, not identical. Can’t prove it and don’t know why it happened. Don’t know what it means. I was deep in my own experimentations at that time, trying to not be a part of any story lines that sweep us up daily. Completely void. My theory was that collective consciousness helps make up who we are, by breaking ties to as many “story lines” or social circles that provided me a role, I believed I could quite literally re invent myself, and I did to a large degree. i look forward to hearing from you in the future
  21. "A clergyman's notebook, thought to date back to the 16th Century, has been mysteriously returned to a New Forest church. "It was handed to the current vicar of Minstead by a woman who said she had bought it from a US hitchhiker and wanted it "back where it belongs". "The 150 pages of notes on births, deaths and marriages appear to have been written by curates in the parish." Full report at the BBC: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-49729511
  22. sci-nerd

    Many worlds hypothesis disproven

    No it isn't. It has always been fringe. Now it's bad fringe. You need a new definition to revive it. A new hypothesis. Good luck!
  23. Scholar4Truth

    Could Jack have survived 'Titanic' ?

    Rose promised she would never let Jack go, yet she did by letting him sink to the bottom of the ocean! and yes im being sarcastic so the pun is intended
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