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SPOILER! We're all just lines of code.
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JayVeeDees wrote:

SPOILER! We're all just lines of code.


Some have more bugs than others.
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karmacide wrote:


JayVeeDees wrote:

SPOILER! We're all just lines of code.


Some have more bugs than others.


Admin powers have been disabled :/
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When you think of grand scheme of existence, it is normal to feel Nihilist. Narrow your focus a little bit. There is no point in worrying about what's above human comprehension.
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planets are the universes subatomic particles.
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Aren't we living right now? If we aren't aware, or conscious on our intentions, and interactions with objects and other living things, then of course we exist.
Wait. What if it's all a dream? WHAT IF IT'S ALL A LIE? Oh shit. I can feel my mind being blown...



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"cogito ergo sum"
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tgislayer wrote:

If you think of us (the earth) in terms of how infinitesimally large the universe is and how infinitesemally small we are in comparison, Do we really exist?
Im a mathematician you see and if you can consider how much area the earth takes and compare it to the infinite area of space, we are technically nothing. Do you agree?



How are you a mathematician and arguing that something can be equal to nothing if insignificant enough. That's the equivalent of a mathematical statician saying that something will never happen, when statistics prove that it will happen (eventually).


A mathematician would recognize that "something" cannot be equivalent to "nothing". Good lord, reading this post felt like dividing by zero.
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Of course we exist.
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it's a question with no correct answer




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We in LIMBO!
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peaka10 wrote:

it's a question with no correct answer






Logically the answer is yes. Of course you could apply philosophy to anything and it would have no correct answer, but many opinionative ones.
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That's a tricky question to answer O_O

But I'm breathing therefore I exist xD Don't know about the rest of you :3
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T-o logically no

It's the old tree falls in the forest conundrum
If a tree falls in forest dose it make a sound? (yes and no)
It’s dictated by how you wish to view it.


:blush: its best not to think about it.

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tgislayer wrote:

If you think of us (the earth) in terms of how infinitesimally large the universe is and how infinitesemally small we are in comparison, Do we really exist?
Im a mathematician you see and if you can consider how much area the earth takes and compare it to the infinite area of space, we are technically nothing. Do you agree?



Mathematician - I like it :)
Technically we're nothing but that only makes us special and amazing. If you compare us to atoms we're actually quite somthing. The fact that we are makes us something. If we didn't exist we couldn't even ask ourselfs those dificult questions...

This topic is really hard to discuss.
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