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Also about human and experience+289When you see a photograph of a place, it's weird thinking about how it will NEVER look that way again. The clouds, vegetation, light, and snow will always be a little bit different. The only evidence that it ever even looked like that is the photograph itself and the photographer's memory. It makes you wonder about all the times a place has looked a certain way and nobody took a picture or even looked at it, so it's lost to human experience forever, amirite?
Also about gravitational force+290Everything has it's own gravitational force, no matter how small the object. So, all the obese people in McDonalds are adding mass to that McDonalds resturant, thus strengthening it's gravitional force, and causing MORE people to be pulled into it, who will then buy the food, get fat, strengthen the gravitational force...this is why everypne's overweight. amirite?
Also about environment and produces+105Fire produces energy to sustain itself, it needs to consume matter to survive (often, it's organic matter), moves to where sustenance is, reproduces whenever possible, and can create an environment to help its continued existence. Fire could be an example of a pure energy life form, amirite?
Also about human and experience+56The world is ever-changing and rapidly doing so. People in the past, even just a decade ago, viewed the world and what it had to offer differently. Even if human nature is much the same over time, human experience is not, amirite?
Also about human and experience+133It must really piss old people off to have teenage girls call them "cute" despite the fact they've got more life experience and knowledge than any teenager can hope to have, and they're not cute, stupid old people, they're normal human being that've lived long lives and shouldn't be condescended just because of their age, amirite?