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Feeling blessed at christmastime :)
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Merry Christmas Jeff!!! The tree is beautiful!!
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I'm guessing using IBM's Watson computer isn't an option for assisting in finding a solution to creating a stable fusion reactor that seems forever elusive and yet the holy grail of clean energy?
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Just realized I said "human language" but you get what I mean.
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So in some states you can legally buy a gun and license it, even if you're blind. Yet because I'm considered impaired, I'm not allowed to drive. I'm having trouble reconciling that...
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Some people claim they seek immortality, others say no way. How do you feel about it? If you could take a pill or some other treatment that would give you immortality, would you? Why or why not?
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If there was such a thing as achieving immortality, I would do s without a second thought. However, I am skeptical that such a thing could exist in the way that it is imagined.
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Where there lays understanding there lays great peace upon this world!

I am certainly looking forward to that!

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What's the most radical thing you've ever done? Radical for you - like painted a wall some accent color that is some bright, gaudy color just because you felt like being different. 
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So pickups and SUVs continue to be a dominant sales category in spite of their horrific fuel economy and other consumption of earths resources.

Question: since by their nature these types of vehicles must be made to withstand the forces of a heavy payload, are there any alternate materials that can withstand these forces but are lightweight? What about graphene? Does it have any applicability in this scenario? Or is it not well suited for making vehicle frames and drivetrain components?
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I hope we can find a happy medium. 
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Could there also be eyes that sense forces no creature here on earth except man can sense like x rays or neutrionos or gamma ray bursts? Could the Cosmos evolve life in a myriad permutations or are we unique, is all life the same biomolecules? I wonder.
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Global warming. Have we considered that virtually all energy we consume is for heating water? Whether nuclear, coal or natural gas, we heat water to generate electricity, for cooking,, cleaning, bathing, etc. ultimately all this heated water ends up in an ocean. So is there a chance that's what's contributing to global warming?
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+Thomas Frey I agree. Pavement holds in heat. My lawn goes dormant in the winter, except along the edge of the road where even well below freezing, my hot weather grass stays green.
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So in Iowa, it's legal for a blind person to carry a gun. Well hell, in that case, I don't see why i can't drive my car! I'm certainly no more impaired than a blind person shooting blindly...
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How do we inspire the entire generation of youth to think for themselves? To seek truth and knowledge just because they want to, not because the system says, "you have to learn this list of things?"
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The point of writing the journal!

Would be in the knowledge that the international communication tool to educate is by way of reading!

Such an evidence of who the father was could be left for the child to one day study!

Complying he could!

The ratio would be greater,- than that of a person who could read information,- handed to him in the western world then in the poorest of the poverty stricken countries!

The probability of a son finding a way to read his fathers words ,- At some stage in the sons exstance, is greater than not finding a way to reading the journals left by his dad!

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I write every day! And have always done so!

My journals have been lost a few times over the years from adolescents. .. but that is ok!

I am still alive to leave my experiences and perceptions,- to those who wanted to know things about my perceptions on life etc!

Best thing I ever did!

I.e " hear the information from the horses mouth.. "

Or, your very truth will be treated like a religious ,-

""Chinese whisper in the winds""

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This has to be one of the most perfect songs ever written. The vocals and harmonies fit the lyrics perfectly. it literally brings me to tears. :)
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Agreed .. could you please pass me a tissue?  :^)
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I like things that stir thought. Things that show that mankind has a positive future.

I hate things that exploit or glamorize depravity.

I also like things that are beautiful, which in my case covers a broad spectrum.

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