on January 11, 2017
Sunday, August 2nd @ 12:56 pm by .......
well we did discover what happens after death NOTHING our sins mean nong ere all gonna die oneday but it would be nice though so we can help people who come after us meaning that technically the meaning of life would be nothing and WE have to work together to make the world a better place because if we dont its gonna be a free for all and were not gonna get anything done
Thursday, January 12th @ 04:44 am by Jake
Hm. Looks like the enter key doesn't work here. I was hoping to separate that into paragraphs. Oh well.
Thursday, January 12th @ 04:43 am by Jake
If we're talking about considering the evolution of the chicken before it was able to make eggs, then the chicken came first. Since the single cell organism of the chicken back during the very first link in it's genetic evolving would require to split and form into a organism capable of even making eggs, then it's impossible for the egg to come first.
The meaning of life is subjective, in the differing opinions everybody has about it. So the meaning of life is whatever you make of it. Similar to the philosophy of Morality, and how we have evolved it over the years of recorded history, the meaning of life can range from humanity's attempt to survive, evolve, and eventually discover everything about the universe, to the idea that a God created us, to nothing at all. Since it, at least at this point, can't be answered from a factual basis, then the only option left is to answer it in the form of a opinion, and thus makes the idea of any "right" answer impossible.
For the tree falling, it depends on if you count the tree falling as a technical detail or a matter of perception. If you're counting the sound of a tree falling as a matter of perception, then yes someone has to be there to hear it. But if you're counting it as a technical detail of the manipulation of air waves and molecules bouncing off each other at the various frequencies that would akin itself to the sound of a tree falling, such as the sound of branches breaking, bark crunching, and the inevitable thud of the tree hitting the dirt, then no, nobody has to be there for a sound to exist. It would be like saying that if you talk to yourself in a room and nobody heard you, then you didn't say anything. So if a tree falls in the forest and nobody's around to hear it, does it make a sound? Yes, it does. You just don't hear it.
As for your kid? I would like to consider myself a smart man, but for that? You're on your own.
Wednesday, January 11th @ 22:07 pm by hallie
yay for school! now you have time to draw! ba ha ha ha ha!
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