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Argent Stonecutter
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Oh, sure, stomp all over my dark sarcasm with your rainbow-colored jackboots.
Oh, sure, stomp all over my dark sarcasm with your rainbow-colored jackboots.

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OK, let's make one thing clear: you have every right to spout ignorant opinions. The point here is that right doesn't actually provide any support for those opinions nor is it a defense against criticism for the person who holds those opinions.

If you try and justify your opinions on gays or minorities or women or vegans or carnivores or whatever group you're dissing by saying "that's just my opinion" I have the corresponding right to call you an idiot, or a racist/sexist/whateverist bigot, and quit treating input from you as something that has any value. And, if you do in fact hold those opinions, I have actual justification for that action.

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<arloguthrie>Didn't feel too good about it.</arloguthrie>

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Killdeer: MY WING IS SUPER BROKEN
Kevin: I have no interest in your nest.
Killdeer: THIS WING, RIGHT HERE? I BROKE IT IN THE WAR. TWO WARS. SEVEN WARS. SO MANY WARS.
Kevin: I’m starting to feel weird about this, bird.

Quantum immortality and the Fermi paradox.

What if some kind of false vacuum energy exists and is easy to tap for a sufficiently technological species? All the free energy people are right, there's power to be had in "handwave zero point blah blah" energy.

But that means there's a lower energy level for the universe, and you're likely to collapse the false vacuum and destroy the universe if you try it.

So, the reason we don't see other technological species is because we can only exist in a universe where no other technological species has developed yet. Quantum immortality works, but it's not good news.

So, are there any Opensim grids with ferrets yet?

Just asking.

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After animal tests had shown it was potentially deadly, they went ahead and tested on humans anyway. Without telling the patients they were part of the trial, or even what procedures they were going to use. Some patients died.
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