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Discussion in 'Something Else' started by Gekigengar, Jul 26, 2013.

  1. Chaosy

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    Now loot at 'dat late introduction, nice to meet you anyway I suppose :p
     
  2. I_am_Death

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    me? if yes tnx u :3
     
  3. Heinvers

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    I_am_Death's question is good. Formulated correctly:
    Does everything have a predestined lifespan?

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    My question: Do you believe in Demons? If yes, then why? If no, then please elaborate!
     
  4. Gekigengar

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    There is no end,
    just the return towards neutralness.
    Imagine it this way,
    Anger and happiness is a temporary feeling,
    but if they disappear through time, does it means it ends?
    No, all they did is return to the neutral state.

    [​IMG]

    Everything in our world tries to return to its neutral state,
    in a larger scale, the universe is just a chaos that will soon return to its neutral state by burning its energy through time.
    sooner or later, they will return to nothing again, where everything is neutral.

    The concept of time itself is wrong, as it goes to infinity if time is linear.

    [​IMG]

    if the future is infinite linearly, then so does the past will be infinite in linear, if you try to draw a line towards back, there will be no beginning or the end.

    thus, an "end" is just a limited concept that humans created.
    In a larger scale, there is no "end" to anything, you are just a part of the temporary chaos that the universe hold, the chaos continues until it reverts to its neutral state.

    I hope that answers the both of you.
     
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  5. chobibo

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    I just started reading Urusei and you were right, the first chapters are a bit boring. I tried reading ranma but I got annoyed, but I remember when I was a kid I liked it... fanservice + adolescence is a good combo lol.
     
  6. I_am_Death

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    @heinver: tnx for correcting
    @geki: that make sense :D
     
  7. Gekigengar

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    Advice : Read till the end, Urusei Yatsura is not something to be judged just because of the amateurish author's bad storytelling in the first few chapters. It kept evolving.

    Ranma 1/2 is a great story too, the author has amended her methods, created more plans, and are more better at how the story folds out, but its getting more and more dragged as it reach the ending, the forceful conclusion made it kinda meh.
     
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    Yeah, I was talking about the ending, it somewhat sucked, didn't give that "feels" moment, the rest was good.

    I'm not ditching the manga after a few bad chapters though, I just wanted to tell you you were right when you said it kinda sucked at the start.
     
  9. Gekigengar

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    I recognize your avatar, One Punch Man is truly a great work.

    Sadly I don't really like how the story goes.

    I wish the artist made something a lot more serious like his previous works.
     
  10. chobibo

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    I liked the attitude and outlook of the protagonist, but yeah, I have to agree that the plot is too simple. I tried reading through ratman too, but I didn't like the protagonist, and some chapters made it look like yaoi...

    Have you read smile! sotomura-san? I liked it somehow.
     
  11. GreeN!X

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    I have a question!! :D

    In your opinion, would it be possible to inflict damage to a living human being without any damage to his physical health nor his mental health and without killing him/her?
     
  12. Gekigengar

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    Its possible!

    What are you trying to do? A perfect crime?

    You can start by implanting bad suggestions into his thoughts.

    That way, he is not mentally hurt, nor is he physically, but his decisions is what will hurt him.

    For example, without directly confronting him/her, make daily voices which suggests him that marriage is bad, by either talking about a broken marriage in his presence, speak movies of such, etc. In the long run, he will not be married if you are successful.

    Or, make voices that suggests him/her to be lazy, destroy his environment by making it dirty, messy, and disorganized, sooner or later, he will be lazier and lazier.

    Both cases won't affect him/her mentally/physically, but only changing his thought processes.

    Keep in mind that these are just examples, there could be worse cases, such as making him/her a suggestive voice that rejects all important contracts or such.

    But can you do it? You are but a side-factor which will barely affect his/her daily life, this will require a long-term investment of your time which could destroy you too.
     
  13. yogaprad

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    Is bloodymarry real?
    Do you ever seen ghosts?
    Do you have horror story on your life?
    Will you follow my twitter?
     
  14. GreeN!X

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    I was thinking of inventing a device that would somehow stimulate the nerve cells of the target's body making him'her "feel" pain... But yours works too. Hmm..

    I have another question though. If you see (or read) the colors blue and pink, what are the first things that come to your mind? (Except of course the words themselves.)
     
  15. Gekigengar

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    1. Tried it, not real.
    2. Yes, multiple times.
    3. Aye, plenty.
    4. No.
     
  16. Magtheridon96

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    Why do children like cinnamon toast crunch?
     
  17. Gekigengar

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    I don't get the question, is that a mixed color of blue and pink?

    If I see the colors tho, the first thing I thought of would be "Those 2 color don't match well together".
     
  18. Gekigengar

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    This question is so impossible, that its impossible to answer with the right answer.

    Liking something is highly subjective.

    It depends on the children.

    Your question applies to all children, and that will raise a lot of other questions.
     
  19. andreariona

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    This is interesting, I like the way you answers all of the questions in a very logic way. I'd like to ask few questions:

    1. What's the most effective way to cure a past trauma?
    2. How come some people born as an indigo?
    3. How we interact with ethereal beings?
    4. What makes people could read minds?
    5. Why cat doesn't meow back?
     
  20. Rheiko

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    ^Interesting questions :D