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Radu Olaru
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Another great song from Olafur Arnalds :)
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Great share. Thanks. 
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Lately I've been thinking about a phenomenon everybody experiences in a conversation. It's so common, we take it completely for granted. If you are very interested in a conversation subject and you know the other person well enough, sometimes during the conversation you feel so "present", so "connected" that you feel you are able to tell what the other person will say next. I am sure it happened to you too.

Now what I think happens is that we are somehow able to perform unconscious operations on the atomic particles in our brain. Particle entanglement for example means that two particles link up so that when they are measured, they give the same result. Maybe when we are participating in a very interesting conversation, we are able to entangle the particles in our brain with the other person, effectively being able to predict what they will say. 
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Over confident, name callers sound arrogant and slightly pompous.(I might spin sound energy. who knows. Maybe you do.
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I assume teleportation works by scanning all the atoms in your body, disintegrating your original body, moving the atoms somewhere else and then reconstructing your body as a copy. OK, what happens to your conscience in this process? Will you as an identity be the same after teleportation? Because if this is so, it means that your identity is merely a proper arrangement of atoms in space. I tend to think teleportation does not work simply because the copy will not have the same self identity as the original. 
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I have already explained it to you. Even threw in some analogies. Isnt not understanding somewhat bad form. Say what you will apparently you assume your making a good impression on someone. Have fun by yourself. As I'm sure is the story usually.
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Chill song of the day - enjoy :)
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Excellent soundtrack as always, by Brian Tyler :)
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Bah ha ha ha!
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didn't quite catch that..say what?
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I'll just leave this here :)
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Wandering through Club Afterlife :)
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These mice seem to be thinking on their own :)
Are they choosing to comply or it's just the need for food?  
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The Romanian software developer anthem :|
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    Computer Science, 2003 - 2007
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Servirea e foarte rapida. Mergi, mananci si pleci ca pe banda. Mancarea mi se pare putin grasa. Acelasi cotlet si aceeasi ceafa zilnic. Au deserturi bune. De obicei e inghesuiala si ori miroase puternic a fum de tigara, ori a mancare, ori a transpiratie. Aerisirea e practic inexistenta. Locul ideal e in prima sala, chiar la intrare.
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Cei mai buni papanasi :)
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