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It's incredible what the human brain is capable of. Imagine if we all knew how to harness the true power of our minds!
The movie Limitless that I just saw lastnight comes to mind
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After watching the video, I was laughing to death. Look at his shirt, "The Scientific Method is Proven!" and he's trying to disprove it.
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Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post
After watching the video, I was laughing to death. Look at his shirt, "The Scientific Method is Proven!" and he's trying to disprove it.
He's not trying to disprove the scientific method. He said he may be able to poke some holes in the theory of relativity.
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Friggin' kids... making us look bad... and I'm 19... In all seriousness, I can hardly believe when I see things like this.
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If he was my child, I would ground him....
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I always thought I was pretty smart as a kid but instead of teaching me complex things I was told to paint with my fingers and glue pasta to construction paper.
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I believe that Black Holes are rips created by dead planets imploding on themselves. It's theorized that that's only just scratching the surface of what a black hole is.

As of this time there is no proof that Black holes and Worm holes are one and the same. In fact I believe that worm holes cover more span than what a black hole does with denser antimatter. I'm not sure how to prove this theory, however. Maybe this kid is onto something. I've always accepted the Theory of Relativity but I don't buy Darwin's theory of evolution. Too many unexplained occurrences and unnatural formations on the surface of the planet kind of debunk that one imho
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lol, you can't be serious. First of all you clearly don't know what a black hole is. They are formed from when the largest of stars go super Nova and they collapse on themselves forming a singularity. Second of all did you really just say that about evolution? Evolution is fact, our entire understanding of biology relys on it being true.(which it is) It is our attempt to explain it that is theory, just like gravity, we know it exists our attempt to explain it will always be theory no matter how sure we are of being right. lastly worm holes are only theoretical and even if they do exist they would be NOTHING like a black hole. Please stop trying to talk science you clearly have no idea what you are talking about.
Finally! Give 'em enough rope eh? Apparently I was orders of magnitude too kind and not nearly condescending enough. What a poseur! Rep+ scyy
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Is he gonna become a 40 years old virgin? lol
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I dont know if people realize but the "we use 10% of our brains" is a myth. That was an assumption made a long time ago because when they studied our brains, performed scans and what not they recognized that only sections of our brains were active (your 10%). But if you ask any psychologist, or psychology professor that is now not the case, we use our brains to there fullest.

EDIT: But as a pagan I do believe we have yet to harness the power of our MIND, there is a difference between a mind and brain... As goes with our inner being, the soul, or your sub conscience.
It's extremely obvious that we don't only use 10% of our brains. If we really did only use 10% of it, it wouldn't be a big deal if a large portion of it was lopped off.
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I bet I could beat him up.
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