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Evolution gone wrong?
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Posted 7/10/08

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If you actually want to know (as in serious about) about your existence, then go read Jean-Paul Sartre's books. it answers your questioning of your place in life.

where do you think evolution went wrong? it didn't go wrong because it is all part of natural selection and i suggest that you read up on that topic first before trying to reply to me (if you do try)

why do you think it went wrong? this question is basically the same thing in question #1

Could it be helped? yes it could, by simply trying to create a meaning of existence for your life which is existentialism <--- go read the topic, search it in google before trying to attack this topic.

Problem solve in an identity crisis buh-bye


only Sartre? ^_^ how about confucius? Pelaguis? why not recommend readings on all humanist?

about evolution, by natural selection, you mean, living things are meant to extinction?

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got a reply on you, bro. I'm somwhere in a province. expect late replies



ummm lol xD, because Jean-Paul Sartre philosophy is where existentialism came from (he was influenced by some great philosophers like Nietzsche, google this one) he basically platformed existentialism and influenced a lot of modern philosophers as of today, so why not get it from the source ~.^

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Posted 7/10/08

Poison_Of_The_Heart wrote:


plutie wrote:


Poison_Of_The_Heart wrote:


plutie wrote:

You'll find a meaning in life soon enough


thank you, wise man. Now please tell me something about the topic.
bcause after all that is where this thread is about


where in what thread what?



you know the thing we should discuss in here

I want to know:
-Where do you think that evolution went wrong?
-Why do you think it went wrong?
-Could it be helped?

Or, didn't it go wrong to begin with?

But if you read the first post then you would know that already~


It didnt go wrong, problems are not just problems. Problems solves things and without problems life would be perfect, and somehow boring.

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Posted 7/10/08

MerFortune wrote:

ummm lol xD, because Jean-Paul Sartre philosophy is where existentialism came from (he was influenced by some great philosophers like Nietzsche, google this one) he basically platformed existentialism and influenced a lot of modern philosophers as of today, so why not get it from the source ~.^

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still, they should read the updates. like aristotle founded science but we read on modern materials. anyway, no fault at that. however, encourage to read as much as possible all of it
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Posted 7/10/08
Dude, you're totally depressed. Go get some help.

As for your questions:
Where do you think that evolution went wrong?
- I'm not even sure that I believe in evolution as it's just a theory.

Why do you think it went wrong?
- Oh I don't know, because everything has to go wrong sometimes?

Could it be helped?
- No.
Posted 7/10/08 , edited 7/10/08

Poison_Of_The_Heart wrote:

my life simply exists out of a few things:
I get out of my bed in the morning, eat something (half asleep), go somewhere(school or friends), eat there, come home, eat home, and go to bed again.
Most people would now conclude that my life is kinda boring. Well, that's no surprise: it is.
But somehow, my body can't handle the stress of this boring life.
I barely sleep at night, and I started to take sleep meds. because of it.
I have headaches very often combined with fever so I take paracetamol too (pretty much).
I guess the next question will be"how can such a boring life be so stressful for your body?!".
Well, even for that there should be a very simple explanation.
I think to much, my boring life allows me to start thinking about everything. All very useless questions, which don't really matter in life like:"why am I alive?", "what the hell am I doing here?", "why do people want me to go to school?", "why is the sky never green?", "why isn't the grass red?" and "what does my heart want to accomplish in life?"
In short: this is where evolution went wrong. The human is so smart and has so much time that the mind starts to think about suicide.

I want to know:
-Where do you think that evolution went wrong?
-Why do you think it went wrong?
-Could it be helped?

Or, didn't it go wrong to begin with?


Your existence is probably meaningless... thats something that all humans have to face at some point in their life.... the earth poputlation is over 5 billion people and your death would only affect about 1,000 people maximum. unless your one in a billion like bill gates or confucious. If you observe your surrounding you can see a lizard. Ask yourself : Why does the lizard go eat wasps? Answer: because it doesn't want to die. So the lizard goes through the eat, sleep, eat, sleep routine until it faces death. The only difference between us humans and that lizard is that we are smart enough to know the circle. Thats what i call my life the circle because i can predict every school day with good accuracy.

The circle will not change you must just accept it. Thats how you help it.
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Posted 7/10/08 , edited 7/10/08

MerFortune wrote:


alupihan45 wrote:


MerFortune wrote:

If you actually want to know (as in serious about) about your existence, then go read Jean-Paul Sartre's books. it answers your questioning of your place in life.

where do you think evolution went wrong? it didn't go wrong because it is all part of natural selection and i suggest that you read up on that topic first before trying to reply to me (if you do try)

why do you think it went wrong? this question is basically the same thing in question #1

Could it be helped? yes it could, by simply trying to create a meaning of existence for your life which is existentialism <--- go read the topic, search it in google before trying to attack this topic.

Problem solve in an identity crisis buh-bye


only Sartre? ^_^ how about confucius? Pelaguis? why not recommend readings on all humanist?

about evolution, by natural selection, you mean, living things are meant to extinction?

---

off topic [OT]

got a reply on you, bro. I'm somwhere in a province. expect late replies



ummm lol xD, because Jean-Paul Sartre philosophy is where existentialism came from (he was influenced by some great philosophers like Nietzsche, google this one) he basically platformed existentialism and influenced a lot of modern philosophers as of today, so why not get it from the source ~.^

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Uh, actually Soren Kierkegaard was the father of existentialism. Just saying (this is coming from an existentialist).
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leviathan343 wrote:


MerFortune wrote:


alupihan45 wrote:


MerFortune wrote:

If you actually want to know (as in serious about) about your existence, then go read Jean-Paul Sartre's books. it answers your questioning of your place in life.

where do you think evolution went wrong? it didn't go wrong because it is all part of natural selection and i suggest that you read up on that topic first before trying to reply to me (if you do try)

why do you think it went wrong? this question is basically the same thing in question #1

Could it be helped? yes it could, by simply trying to create a meaning of existence for your life which is existentialism <--- go read the topic, search it in google before trying to attack this topic.

Problem solve in an identity crisis buh-bye


only Sartre? ^_^ how about confucius? Pelaguis? why not recommend readings on all humanist?

about evolution, by natural selection, you mean, living things are meant to extinction?

---

off topic [OT]

got a reply on you, bro. I'm somwhere in a province. expect late replies



ummm lol xD, because Jean-Paul Sartre philosophy is where existentialism came from (he was influenced by some great philosophers like Nietzsche, google this one) he basically platformed existentialism and influenced a lot of modern philosophers as of today, so why not get it from the source ~.^

expecting more replies from you



Uh, actually Soren Kierkegaard was the father of existentialism. Just saying (this is coming from an existentialist).


oh, my mistake then
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Posted 7/10/08

MerFortune wrote:


leviathan343 wrote:


MerFortune wrote:


alupihan45 wrote:


MerFortune wrote:

If you actually want to know (as in serious about) about your existence, then go read Jean-Paul Sartre's books. it answers your questioning of your place in life.

where do you think evolution went wrong? it didn't go wrong because it is all part of natural selection and i suggest that you read up on that topic first before trying to reply to me (if you do try)

why do you think it went wrong? this question is basically the same thing in question #1

Could it be helped? yes it could, by simply trying to create a meaning of existence for your life which is existentialism <--- go read the topic, search it in google before trying to attack this topic.

Problem solve in an identity crisis buh-bye


only Sartre? ^_^ how about confucius? Pelaguis? why not recommend readings on all humanist?

about evolution, by natural selection, you mean, living things are meant to extinction?

---

off topic [OT]

got a reply on you, bro. I'm somwhere in a province. expect late replies



ummm lol xD, because Jean-Paul Sartre philosophy is where existentialism came from (he was influenced by some great philosophers like Nietzsche, google this one) he basically platformed existentialism and influenced a lot of modern philosophers as of today, so why not get it from the source ~.^

expecting more replies from you



Uh, actually Soren Kierkegaard was the father of existentialism. Just saying (this is coming from an existentialist).


oh, my mistake then


Both of them are great philosophers; their solutions to the problem of the existing individual are different though. Reading both of them will give you slightly different perspectives on existential thought.

Happy to help.
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Posted 7/15/08 , edited 7/15/08

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music190 wrote:

If you're life is so boring, then do somthing about it. It's you're life. Nobody is controling you. Or if that doesn't help you, then i think you should just read you're Bible or somthing.


sweetheart, please tell me what you think about the topic , not what you think about my life, or how I should live it.
thank you.


Dude, you basically just ruined your own thread by telling four people that you they were wrong just for helping you.


One day, a catepillar was hanging from a branch over looking a pond. He was thinking about why he was created. "Was this all life was, hanging from a branch?" he thought

A young fish in the pond saw the catepillar and said, "don't be sad, come join me in this cool pond, its really great!".

Hearing the fish, the catepillar, decided to do as it said and cut off the silk thread that it hung from. Unable to swim, the catepillar shouted "help me, fish!"

The fish looked uneasy, knowing that its advice led to this. Fortunately it could swim away and nobody would know it was the cause for the catepillar's woes, so it swam away.

The catepillar drowned.

A butterfly who happened to fly by, shook its head. If only the catepillar had lived its own life, its time would come.

THE END
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Posted 7/16/08
go on a vacation and do some discovering, maybe opening the mind to new things could be of help. I am exsperiencing something of the sort. evolution never went wrong. this is evolution in its process. in the future humans will probably evolve into another species, who knows.
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Posted 7/16/08

the_glob wrote:


music190 wrote:


Poison_Of_The_Heart wrote:


music190 wrote:

If you're life is so boring, then do somthing about it. It's you're life. Nobody is controling you. Or if that doesn't help you, then i think you should just read you're Bible or somthing.


sweetheart, please tell me what you think about the topic , not what you think about my life, or how I should live it.
thank you.


Dude, you basically just ruined your own thread by telling four people that you they were wrong just for helping you.


One day, a catepillar was hanging from a branch over looking a pond. He was thinking about why he was created. "Was this all life was, hanging from a branch?" he thought

A young fish in the pond saw the catepillar and said, "don't be sad, come join me in this cool pond, its really great!".

Hearing the fish, the catepillar, decided to do as it said and cut off the silk thread that it hung from. Unable to swim, the catepillar shouted "help me, fish!"

The fish looked uneasy, knowing that its advice led to this. Fortunately it could swim away and nobody would know it was the cause for the catepillar's woes, so it swam away.

The catepillar drowned.

A butterfly who happened to fly by, shook its head. If only the catepillar had lived its own life, its time would come.

THE END


What's the point of this terrible fable?
Posted 7/16/08

leviathan343 wrote:


What's the point of this terrible fable?


read what music190 said. you'll see the link.
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love-starrs wrote:


leviathan343 wrote:


What's the point of this terrible fable?


read what music190 said. you'll see the link.


I see.

Well, too much thinking always brings unhappiness.
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It's not evolution's fault, it's your parents' fault for not letting you go outside when you were little.
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