If you were a metal?

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Is it because you are plastic?

I’m nothing. I’m what scientists never looked for “nothing” . They always looked for something.
One day when you’re sitting in the lotus position and can think of nothing, you will trully be free of this material existence which in essence has been a distraction. Not that distractions arent fun though.:hippie:
 

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I’m nothing. I’m what scientists never looked for “nothing” . They always looked for something.
One day when you’re sitting in the lotus position and can think of nothing, you will trully be free of this material existence which in essence has been a distraction. Not that distractions arent fun though.:hippie:
Wholey shit!
If you are nothing than you may be the next big bang happening any time now.
 

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Wholey shit!
If you are nothing than you may be the next big bang happening any time now.

There was no big bang and the universe appeared. There were no two emu’s fighting over an emu egg and the world appeared. Scientists put the cart before the horse on that concept. The big bang theory is how it will probably end.
 

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There was no big bang and the universe appeared. There were no two emu’s fighting over an emu egg and the world appeared. Scientists put the cart before the horse on that concept. The big bang theory is how it will probably end.
This sort of talk seems very religious to me (and therefore forbidden on the forum).
Talk about the big bang bears on religion. Yet the thread lives on. But we'll probably get away with it.
Thinking about the big bang takes me back to Schelling.
I suppose that's theology rather than religion.
 

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This sort of talk seems very religious to me (and therefore forbidden on the forum).
Talk about the big bang bears on religion. Yet the thread lives on. But we'll probably get away with it.
Thinking about the big bang takes me back to Schelling.
I suppose that's theology rather than religion.

When it comes to engineering the Germans rock!
When it comes to pholosophy they drop the ball and tend toward a pessimistic outlook-Schelling and Kant included.
 


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