1. Is it necessary for us to hate things purely to have something to hate?
2. Why do people fail to read post dates time and time again?
3. Why do we procrastinate?
1) I don’t see why not. We sometimes go out of our way to make ourselves feel scared or sad for the sake of our own enjoyment, so it wouldn’t surprise me if people also have a daily rage-quota to fill.
2) Because people are terrible.
3) If I had to guess, I’d say it’s because we’re wired to prefer the path of least resistance. It probably goes back to the times in human history where effort directed towards something non-essential could be the difference between starving or surviving the winter.
Multiverses… are they possible?
It’s pretty much impossible to say one way or the other. I once saw a documentary where some guy claimed that the multiverse model could explain certain phenomena in quantum mechanics, but I’m not entirely convinced. It’s all speculation at this point.
I also read an argument in one of Hawking’s books that suggested that there’s no reason that our physical laws should be the only possible way for a universe to work. He argued that at the moment of the big bang, an almost infinite number of universes sprung into parallel existence before diverging in different ways according to the differences in their physical laws. Again, not sure if I’m convinced, but it’s a cool idea.
Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?
Yeah, I did that yesterday. Shit was pretty dope.
1:Animals can be gay. Does it mean they like buttsecks or what?
2:Has Anyone Really Been Far Even as Decided to Use Even Go Want to do Look More Like?
3: Does a set of all sets contain itself?
4:How do I fly as Demonstration Man?
1) Can’t say I’m particularly well-read in the subject of gay animals, but I’d guess it’s not that common. I do know that giraffes are ridiculously gay though. Some studies found that about 90% of sexual encounters between giraffes were between two males. They only tend to have sex with the females if they can be certain they’re ovulating.
2) See above.
3) I’m going to say no, just in the hope that a math geek will try to prove me wrong.
1) Someone asks you to be a part of the first human landing on Mars. You’d go down in history as that really awesome guy who first stepped on another planet. The catch is that it’s a one-way trip. Would you do it?
2) You’re given the chance to magically remove one person from the globe, and also to bring someone back from the dead. Who would they be?
3) How do you know this isn’t the Matrix?