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Also about Science+100When you light a candle, you're also starting a fire, amirite?
Also by Toounknown-62There have been alot of harmful myths about virus spread and handling, amirite? More
Also about Science+50Pharmacists probably have a lot of fun trying to reverse diagnose what's wrong with everyone through their prescriptions. amirite?
Also by Toounknown-72We have parallel universes , mirror universes in parallel dimensions and mirror dimensions.... and here on Earth we could be stuck in a dimension Repeating LOOP, where the sum product is never achieved and component ingredients are constantly being recycled all struggling agaist the destruction of natural disasters and unproductive ideologies...in this loop earth has and will be exactly how it is in this moment again because with these ingredients in this; Petri dish Earth, ,this is all we can ever be...and if we fail on our journey to completion we just start over... amirite?
Also about science and fair+194If God created the sun, which is essentially a ticking time bomb, then it is conceivable that He intended to expunge humanity at a certain point (if we somehow manage to survive that long). Maybe, then, He did this with all the older stars: created, watched fail/destroyed, and moved on. And the younger stars wait in an eternal queue to be God's next science fair project, amirite?
Also by Toounknown+46When your boss is a robot you will finally understand Rage Against the Machine, amirite?
Also about science and fair+122Despite what television shows, you've never seen a person build a volcano for a science fair. amirite?
Also about Science-93Ironically, the spanish flu of 1919 could be referred to as the novel flu-19 ... But this is all unprecedented ...so to make that connection would be politically incorrect, amirite?
Also about opinions and fair+30Why doesn't the world feel real? It's like we're stuck in this unchangeable loop of negativity and nastiness... now a days it's 'weird' to give people genuine compliments in person or tell someone that you honestly care about them, 'rude' to give your honest opinions, 'unrealistic' to have a little hope and 'strange' to dress/look the way you like. It's not fair that we should be afraid of being judged for being our honest selves, it's not fair that we get judged for showing normal human behavior! Crying isn't a sing of weakness, it's a sing that you're sad, WE ALL GET SAD! Caring doesn't mean that you're in love, it means that you've got a little compassion. Going out and screaming... yes, SCREAMING what you think and what you believe only shows that you not only think it, but that you know it. It can't hurt you... but we're afraid to be judged, we're afraid that there is someone out there braver than you who will tell you off. Still, doing cartwheels in the middle of the road and making a strangers day with an honest compliment and wearing what fits your skin/personality and telling those bully's off and loving every action and consequence that comes with it all... it's weird, but its real. and whats so wrong with that? What is real? It's what happens when we get brave... Amirite?
Also about science and fair+281Science Fair (noun) - A time for parents to show how talented they are. amirite?
Also about science and fair+115Suzanne Collins should write another series with the same idea as the Hunger Games, except this time make it the "Hunger for Knowledge Games." The mentors would be teachers, the careers would be the Asians, and the valuable stuff in the middle would be things like science fair boards and calculus textbooks. The last minute words before they enter would also be great. "There's even a graphing calculator there Katniss, but just get the pencil case and leave before you contract a virus, amirite?