Also about Science+53It is entirely possible that each individual human experiences colors in a different way, amirite?
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Also about generally accepted+178After the civil rights movement, it was probably awkward for everyone to accept black people as normal or equals, but now they are generally accepted. Maybe that will happen with gays, and right now is just the awkward stage where they don't have acceptance overall. amirite?
Also about generally accepted+154Ignorance is bliss, a generally accepted and well known equation. However, those that don't believe in the bible are apparently ignorant. And as we all know, Heaven is bliss. So by this logic, atheists go to heaven, amirite?
Also about Science-77Because of computers, kids today DONT know how to react to reality, amirite?
Also about change and generally accepted+127It is generally accepted that when an individual is put into a new environment, that the individual must change to suit the current order of the environment. However, there are many circumstances where it is the environment that must be changed when faced with a new individual, amirite?
Also about billion years+44It is theoretically possible for the corona virus to completely wipe out humanity, only to continue evolving over the next billion years into multicellular life, more and more complex until it has become the next conscious advanced life form on earth. amirite?
Also about Science+65If the universe is a 4d hypersphere then with a big enough telescope we could see into our own past, amirite?
Also about science, universe, and billion years+315God created the universe in seven days. How do we know His days are the same length as our days? Our days are based on the Earth's rotation, but before the Earth, what did God base His days on? The older you get, the faster time seems to pass. Since God in infinite years old, His days could be two billion years long, thus He created the universe in 14 billion years. Religion and Science can go together, amirite?
Also about universe and billion years+432Universe is 14 billion years old. Seems silly to celebrate one year. Be like having a fucking parade every time you take a piss. amirite?
Also about billion years+4Time as we think of it is just really a matter of perspective. If you're thinking about it while considering the few billion years the earth has been around, a century or so seem like absolutely nothing. Now, if you're thinking about it in a "I'm think I'll go drive somewhere with some friends later" way, two or three hours feels like a long time. Switch the situations around, and a few hours sound insignificant while a century sounds like forever, amirite?