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  1. InnVersion
    Yesterday 08:25 PM
    InnVersion
    Re: ISTJ: yes to analytical master minds. My dad is ISTJ and i thought he had to be an INTJ to do so well in science and finished the top of the class plus almost picked up a math degree - had to be an N folks! Wrong! He was an iron worker who walked those beams 40 stories high and was a tug boat captain for a stretch. Expert deer hunter and can do anything practical. Paint cars, etc. I also thought he had to be ISTP but he's definitely not. He is so Te it influences him to organize other peoples lives including mine. Pain in the ... when i was a kid.

    Thanks for sharing!
  2. doll
    01-26-2015 05:28 PM
    doll commented on The Confession Thread, Vol. II
    yeah, i had figured that out. you have lots of random thoughts!
  3. InnVersion
    01-26-2015 04:50 PM
    InnVersion
    Well sam, it's how you share things with the forum. The enthusiasm and your opinions. You cant wait to share what you found interesting. Not that INTJs don't but it's much flatter and with Te as an endpoint goal - or solution. It's a warmth but i'm not sure if it is the NF opposite INFP with Fi. I don't see the hammer Te in you, but in INFPs i dont detect it online.

    But you have posted enough type me videos you probably know if are you are your type.

    Those Michael Pierce videos really clarify things. Do you see his INTJ offering in you?

    I see the ENTP in me and so does wifey per those vids.

    Nice!

    I'm rambling here.
  4. InnVersion
    01-25-2015 01:19 PM
    InnVersion commented on The Vent Thread
    you sound so infj, sam.
  5. eam
    01-19-2015 01:19 PM
    eam commented on The Vent Thread
    Fringe was the best!
  6. doll
    01-16-2015 04:12 PM
    doll commented on Random Thoughts Thread
    i've seen this guy; he's pretty spot on.
  7. jonnyb
    Nice. Exquisitly nice!
  8. Palladium
    12-28-2014 02:02 AM
    Palladium
    Yes. It really was a great video. Thanks for sharing that link. Gave me some good insight into INTJ and made me more confident that I'm probably that type.
  9. SeverusSin
  10. Palladium
    11-30-2014 06:13 PM
    Palladium commented on The Vent Thread
    That was actually a really good video. Thanks for sharing.
  11. JustMel
    10-25-2014 08:12 AM
    JustMel commented on Did my private message get sent?
    You can also check the "sent" folder in your PMs to see if it is there. If it didn't go, likely it won't show it did.
  12. WoodsWoman
    08-10-2014 03:17 PM
    WoodsWoman commented on The Vent Thread
    The wee blue triangular arrow at the beginning of the thread title - click this when it shows up in your subscribed list and it will take you to the first post that you have not read yet. *smile*
  13. Zsych
    07-30-2014 01:16 PM
    Zsych
    The core here is the ability for some kind of self-replicating structure to form. Not on a cell level, but more on the RNA or amino acid level... Something that can naturally occur and start to replicate... and have enough stuff to work with that it can replicate far enough that it starts to create environmental pressures and competition of sorts that leads to refinement of the self-replicating / survival ability (also naturally killing off various other systems in the process).

    Earth has several billion years of history of life. Even in human generations that would be a huge number, but for the most part we're talking about generations of replicating cells (and whatever the predecessors to unicellular organisms, viruses etc. were)... Those things are liable to be having children in seconds... and the slight changes in those children alter the collective environment and the form of the competition that creates selection pressures for what wins in the next round.

    Ultimately... "We" could only have come to exist (across countless generations) in a universe with these laws (because we are a product of those laws ).

    In any other universe with different laws, it would again be a question of whether or not some kind of self-replicating structure can form and have the opportunity to fight - with enough resources to fight over that the game can continue long enough to evolve complex new things (that have definite advantages of some kind over other systems).

    --

    We see things based on where we are. If we were born cavemen, that's just what reality would be for us. Since we were born here, this is what defines normal for us and this is what we compare everything to.

    --

    As for the soul... That's a very different kind of conversation. Nothing much in current day science makes for meaningful discussion in that area.

    Otherwise, we may begin with questions like: Is this world real? Is it more real than a dream? If something cannot come from nothing - is it really "something" that we are experiencing? We think of something having substance as meaning that it has some definite value to it - some natural weight - but could it be that its all just fluff (most of matter being empty).

    Soul discussion, is normally related to issues like creation... I think consciousness like ours existing, at least implies that something strange is going on... Its not something you'd expect to occur as a result of anything in our regular understanding of physics.
  14. Zsych
    07-30-2014 03:53 AM
    Zsych commented on Favorite quotes
    The universe would be sterile or there would be very different forms of life. There is also the proposition that not one but many universes with different laws likely occurred - naturally, we'd come into existence in one where we could exist - and that would become the basis of our perspective.
  15. Monte314
    07-24-2014 06:24 PM
    Monte314 commented on Random Thoughts Thread
    Great video... Thanks!
  16. Palladium
    07-08-2014 12:08 PM
    Palladium commented on Bachelorette's Nick
    Really good points. I agree.
  17. jonnyb
    07-02-2014 05:15 PM
    jonnyb commented on Random Thoughts Thread
    Nice random thought, thanks for sharing.
  18. twin7
    07-02-2014 01:29 PM
    twin7
    I always confuse myself figuring out what I really think (hangs head, INFJ trait). I know you're thoughtful and brave. Thats enough for me!
  19. twin7
    07-02-2014 12:02 AM
    twin7 commented on What Is Megan Fox's Type?
    I like your quotes, and your threads too!
  20. Suraj
    06-28-2014 08:44 PM
    Suraj
    Yep, sums it up well.

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