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Kisai

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About Kisai

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  • Global 5/SLOAN
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  • Homepage
    http://blogs.scienceforums.net/fallmodern/
  • Location
    Atlanta, GA
  • Interests
    Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Machine Learning, EE
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  • Personal Text
    Know that a mind divided divides the man. The will and the hand must be as one. In knowing the self, one becomes strong.

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  1. One day that "N" will kick in and you'll be able to see things from different points of view.
  2. You didn't get the joke. ...... added to this post 2 minutes later: There you go.
  3. More of you're free to choose meaning and responsibility for your life, just as you've chosen for yours.
  4. The Master. Story of a completely drunk fuck-up (drinks fuel and paint thinner) who meets an L. Ron Hubbard stand-in and joins his cult. Character piece which is told in actions, because the words are all bullshit. Long movie, but interesting. Not for everybody. Ice Age. How much money did they save by only having three main characters. The side characters are all carbon copies of one another (sabre tooth tigers, men, dodos, glyptodons, the two rhinos) and the terrain is cheap and the same pallette. The three comedians have no patter between them. At least there's no singing.
  5. I will pay $10,000 for UltraIncredible's socks. Get them for me. Offer does not extend to UltraIncredible or his friends and family.
  6. The question was asked in the present tense, so I answered it as such. My answer is still no, unless one's intelligence is so low that you're rated as having a disability, one's intelligence doesn't particularly influence your ability to spawn children.
  7. It doesn't. Intelligent people are no more likely or unlikely to breed as not so intelligent people. What you're spotting is a genetic variation in a population. ...... added to this post 1 minute later: Like an Australopithecine's life.
  8. This is like saying paint is racist because you can spray slurs on the sides of buildings.
  9. In view of all this, I have no doubt that Cambyses was completely out of his mind; it is the only possible explanation of his assault upon, and mockery of, everything which ancient law and custom have made sacred in Egypt. If anyone, no matter who, were given the opportunity of choosing from amongst all the nations in the world the set of beliefs which he thought best, he would inevitably, after careful consideration of their relative merits, choose that of his own country. Everyone without exception believes his own native customs, and the religion he was brought up in, to be the best; and that being so, it is unlikely that anyone but a madman would mock at such things. There is abundant evidence that this is the universal feeling about the ancient customs of one's country. One might recall, in particular, an anecdote of Darius. When he was king of Persia, he summoned the Greeks who happened to be present in his court, and asked them what they would take to eat the dead bodies of their fathers. They replied that they would not do it for any money in the world. Later, in the presence of the Greeks, and through an interpreter, so that they could understand what was said, he asked some Indians, of the tribe called the Callatiae, who do in fact eat their parents' dead bodies, what they would take to burn them. They uttered a cry of horror and forbade him to mention such a dreadful thing. One can see by this what custom can do, and Pindar, in my opinion, was right when he called it king of all. -Herodotus
  10. A huge knife? He can dice the veggies for dinner!
  11. What is this top/bottom crap? You hold it from the top and you can drop it. Hold it from the bottom and your hand gets wet from condensation if there's ice in the glass. Real men drink their scotch with a straw.
  12. The trailer really didn't have much in hints or clues. I'm familiar with the canon and I know that the storytellers are trying to try something new instead of the whole Jedi vs. Sith motif. No idea where they are going beside strong hinting towards balanced force users.
  13. Yep. Also Apollyon's completely underwhelming. I'm going through Darkest Dungeon. It's pretty addicting, but it is more of a tactics game than a dungeon crawl.
  14. You've got post hoc ergo propter hoc reasoning. Language and consciousness couldn't have created RNA by reaching back in time. Our present minds aren't even the end result of evolution. Shifting responsibility to creatures beyond the solar system only begs the question of how did they come into being. Without our complex brains, language couldn't exist. Without a lucky break in mutation, we'd may still be between a treeline and an African savannah, wondering where to get some tasty grubs as three foot tall Australopithecines.