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Open Topics / Re: I LIKE GUNS
« Last post by graybear on Today at 05:50:18 AM »
Me too!
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Open Topics / Re: I LIKE GUNS
« Last post by bmtshooter on Today at 04:31:01 AM »
I REALLY like guns   hi:
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Open Topics / Re: Weather
« Last post by old salt on January 26, 2020, 10:47:13 PM »
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Open Topics / Re: Weather
« Last post by beowulf on January 26, 2020, 08:34:02 PM »
It is quite clear that NONE of you have a firm grip on reality.  ucrzy
if I could get a firm grip on reality ,I`d be very tempted to strangle it !  :mini-devil-28492:
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Open Topics / I LIKE GUNS
« Last post by russell shaffer on January 26, 2020, 07:14:45 PM »
OK, Hanshi.  Here we go. 
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Open Topics / Re: Weather
« Last post by Dogshirt on January 26, 2020, 04:53:57 PM »
It is quite clear that NONE of you have a firm grip on reality.  ucrzy
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Open Topics / Re: Weather
« Last post by beowulf on January 26, 2020, 03:31:04 PM »
As for Hanshi's Dog, it is important to note:

Outside of a Dog, a Book is Man’s Best Friend. Inside of a Dog, It’s Too Dark to Read.

Ron
ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL thmbsup
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Open Topics / Re: Weather
« Last post by RonRC on January 26, 2020, 03:03:47 PM »
As for Hanshi's Dog, it is important to note:

Outside of a Dog, a Book is Man’s Best Friend. Inside of a Dog, It’s Too Dark to Read.

Ron
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Open Topics / Re: Why the low site activity?
« Last post by Hanshi on January 26, 2020, 03:03:03 PM »
It really doesn't take much time to type a sentence or two a day whether is silliness or seriousness (my preference).  Even if what you say is pure, unadulterated s&#@, it is a post!

You can just type in the words "I like guns"; there WILL be responses.
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Open Topics / Re: Weather
« Last post by Hanshi on January 26, 2020, 02:56:32 PM »
Getting back to Ron's thought provoking post, I think our idea of "reality" and all three questions he outlines also has a lot to do with which universe and/or dimension we find ourselves in.  No doubt the "rules" in our universe are not necessarily the same "rules" in other universes.  It's possible we actually could be merely a computer program analog; something along the lines of The Matrix.

Matter, of course, is not solid in this universe.  It's mostly empty space.  Even extremely dense objects such as a neutron star may be as well.  Now a "singularity" (black hole) having an infinite density might be truly solid with no space.  We may never know.

A good way to describe "reality" that is "real" but not objective is this experiment.  I.e, have a dog.  Now get 4 people together and only has the sense of sight, the second only has a sense of hearing, the third has only the sense of smell and #4 only has the sense of touch.  Now, ask them to describe the creature you have for them.  They will all know what the creature is within their own correct "reality"; but they will not and cannot agree objectively.

Similar to "Schrodinger's cat", there can be no objective answer without further information.  The cat question can be answered simply by opening the cage and looking inside.  Until that is done the cat is both alive and dead at the same time.  In the case with the dog there is no objective reality possible without a combining of all four "realities" which would furnish the information.  But until that is done the dog remains four separate things and in various locations.

Now, if you can follow this logic to its conclusion then you have worse problems than trying to understand particle physics.  I have a number you can call for help.  [hmm]
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