+67Being on an airplane looking down at how tiny everything is makes you realize how very, very tiny you are compared to the vast universe we live in, amirite?
+63Some people look out at the universe and think it's so complex that it couldn't have come by chance. But it only seems that way because we can't fully understand it. Maybe it's not so complex. Maybe we're just stupid.
+28The universe works in the same way as a brain. We live in an incomprehensible multidimensional fractal...
0The universe started with a bang and will end in a crunch. Like a stretchy rubber band ball spinning faster and faster expanding ever outward until its peak diameter and then contracting back into a single point.
+33Look inward not outward. There is absolutely nothing going on "out there" that your infinite self can not turn into the perfect set of circumstances to benefit you. The universe has access to infinite possibilities.
If you were living in The Amazing Spiderman universe, which would person would you support? More
+6You find it weird how some people rely on scientific research and experimentation, experience through their senses and reason in their day to day lives, but when it comes trying to understand the universe they mostly or only rely on/approach faith, revelation and teaching. Amirite?
+6Despite all the cracks about the Flying Spaghetti Monster, one or several probably exist as creatures in unexplored territories like deep in the sea or maybe another universe. Amirite?
+21We are convinced that actions cause reaction while the universe is in balance. Yet the human mind cannot grasp the whole tangled web of existence. Words like “parasite” and “freeloader” are misnomers. That we are unable to identify a return on investment does not imply that utility is absent; it simply means we do not recognize it.
+10This planet is where all of us who ever were lived and all of us who will ever be will live, and we can’t seem to get along. When my microcosm comes into conflict with yours, we fight. Raise this to a national scale and a war breaks out. Maybe, if we reflect long enough on our inconsequentialness, not only in comparison to the immensity of the universe, but also bearing in mind the length of our existence to the grand flow of time, we might avoid the conflict and live in peace...or not because we're all dipshits, amirite?
-23IF the evolutionary theory is true and still occurring, AND time plus chance really can in fact equal a Universe and life, THEN it is just a matter of time before pigs are flying, unicorns are roaming the Earth, and cows are jumping over the moon! Amirite? More
+33Even when you're just a little late, there are times where it all just snowballs. Amirite? Ex: Wake up 3 minutes late. Someone else is using the only bathroom. Now, you're 20 minutes late. Go to use toaster. Someone else is using all the slots. Now you're 25 minutes late. Rush around, but that causes you to stub your toe. Now you're 27 minutes late. Intend to drive through an intersection and someone else runs a red light. End up having to stop at a green light to avoid accident. Psycho at the intersection shoots you in the head and eats you. Now you're just really late when it all might have been avoided in an alternative universe where you got up 3 minutes earlier.
Speed of light is the maximum speed. I propose that the disturbances that occur on the String can be faster than speed of light. More