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if you lived in Pakistan she'd already be married....
if there's one thing I've learned on my travels. the game is what you make it.
Those don't look like "women", they look like 'girls'...
...that top one, especially - looks like she is about 14 years old.
originally posted by: HrAntonsen
NASA has gotten lazy and don't want to travel and explore. They excuse this with telling us that we simply are all in a vr situation and in order to do proper research we must get a grip of the vr we all are apart of. It sounds lazy for my ears
originally posted by: MystikMushroom
a reply to: Wolfenz
Ungh. I fell asleep about 45 minutes into that movie.
My primary interest is in nuclear physics. I am involved in calculations of basic nuclear properties and interactions from first principles, using lattice quantum chromo dynamics (QCD), a method for solving the strong nuclear force (QCD) with big computers.
Philosophers have long considered the possibility that we live in an artificial or simulated reality. Dr. Beane gives a short overview of some of the simulation arguments/scenarios that he personally finds most compelling. Dr. Beane then attempts to frame the simulation argument in the context of science. In particular, discusses recent work which suggests various observational tests of the hypothesis that we are currently living in a simulated universe. These include studies of the cosmic microwave background, high-energy cosmic rays, and high-precision terrestrial experiments.