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Also about impossible and limited+274Due to the constriction of the inferior alveolar nerve as it passes through the mandible foramen on its way to the tongue, there is only a limited combination of sounds that a human being can make. For example, it is physically impossible to pronounce the words “eye”, “laws”, “dug”, and “aim” in sequence. amirite?
Also about dimensions+104Four dimensions means something completely different to scientists than it does to movie producers. Shrek sneezing on me does not mean I am experiencing the fourth dimension, amirite?
Also about limited+381Science isnt limited by the technology we have, it's limited by the scientists who wont try, amirite?
Also about imagination+60Our imagination makes horror movies truly scary— a horror movie may not be truly scary, but the paranoia and anxiety caused from our imagination, after watching the movie, makes it really scsey. amirite?
Also about dimensions+14An interesting theory of why we can't go back/forth in time: our galaxy or universe is constantly hurtling through the fourth dimension, and we can move relative to the objects around us in the stationary dimensions (length, width, and depth), but we have not the means to escape time because of the momentum we have acquired, and cannot decelerate due to the vacuum of the universe we are expanding into, Amirite?
Also about impossible+781It's funny how people comment on the small impossible things that happen in cartoons when the whole cartoon is based on something impossible like a talking cow or sponge, amirite?
Also about impossible+46According to the law of conservation of mass, it is impossible to create or destroy matter. This disproves time travel as it would violate said law. Sending mass back in time increases the amount of energy that exists at that particular moment, and depletes it at the point in time from which the matter had been sent, thus deeming time travel physically impossible, amirite?
Also about impossible and imagination+121The reason that "the movie is never as good as the book" is because everyone imagines the book differently. Even in the description of the main character, everyone thinks of the aspects in a different light which makes it impossible to make the movie "as good as the book" because you would have to combine everyone's imagination together. amirite?